Franchise Tax Permit Holders in Brenham, Texas


1810 Franchise tax payers found in Brenham
Company
 
Adventure Recreational Vehicle Repairs, Llc
    Texas Limited Liability Company
6927 Shelby Rd
    Brenham - 77833
Company
 
Aesthetic & Acupuncture Clinic Of Texas, Pllc
    Texas Limited Liability Company
354 Stone Hill Dr
    Brenham - 77833
Company
 
Ag-meier, Inc.
    Texas Profit Corporation
4700 Fm 109
    Brenham - 77833
Company
 
Agape Fellowship Church Of Brenham
    Texas Non-profit Corporation
3107 Jasmine St
    Brenham - 77833
Company
 
Ahrens Bros Tire & Service, Llc
    Texas Limited Liability Company
50 New Wehdem Rd
    Brenham - 77833
Company
 
Ahrens Brothers Transport, Inc.
    Texas Profit Corporation
Po Box 178
    Brenham - 77834
Company
 
Air Enterprises, Inc.
    Texas Profit Corporation
1307 S Day St
    Brenham - 77833
Company
 
Aj Cattle Company, Llc
    Texas Limited Liability Company
6253 Glenblythe Rd
    Brenham - 77833
Company
 
Aka Sovrin, Ltd.
    Tx Limited Prtnshp
4029 Mount Vernon Rd
    Brenham - 77833
Company
 
Akers County Line Services Llc
    Texas Limited Liability Company
2363 Fm 389
    Brenham - 77833
Company
 
Ala & Associates, L.c.
    Texas Limited Liability Company
354 Stone Hill Dr
    Brenham - 77833
Company
 
Alamo Alley, Llc
    Texas Limited Liability Company
135 W Alamo St
    Brenham - 77833
Company
 
Alamo Street Properties, L.p.
    Tx Limited Prtnshp
135 W Alamo St
    Brenham - 77833
Company
 
Alan-russell, Inc.
    Texas Profit Corporation
3909 Fm 390 N
    Brenham - 77833
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Alexander Equipment Company
    Texas Profit Corporation
Po Box 769
    Brenham - 77834
What is Texas Franchise Tax?
The Texas franchise tax is a privilege tax imposed on each taxable entity formed or organized in Texas or doing business in Texas.
Franchise tax reports are due on May 15 each year. If May 15 falls on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, the next business day becomes the due date.

Who should file Texas Franchise Tax?
Each taxable entity formed in Texas or doing business in Texas must file and pay franchise tax. These entities include:
  • corporations
  • limited liability companies (LLCs), including series LLCs
  • banks
  • state limited banking associations
  • savings and loan associations
  • S corporations
  • professional corporations
  • partnerships (general, limited and limited liability)
  • trusts
  • professional associations
  • business associations
  • joint ventures; and
  • other legal entities.