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Revenue by Source for Fiscal Year 2013
(All Funds, Excluding Trust)

Tax Collections by Major Tax
Tax Amount Percent
of Total
Percent Change
from 2012
Sales Tax $25,943,807,086 26.2% 7.2%
Motor Vehicle Sales/Rental Taxes $3,878,379,684 3.9% 9.0%
Motor Fuels Taxes $3,221,502,038 3.3% 1.6%
Franchise Tax $4,798,699,188 4.8% 5.1%
Insurance Taxes $1,764,153,450 1.8% 17.9%
Natural Gas Production Tax $1,495,202,962 1.5% (2.6%)
Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes $1,598,089,091 1.6% 11.9%
Alcoholic Beverages Taxes $976,893,685 1.0% 5.1%
Oil Production Tax $2,990,890,113 3.0% 42.2%
Inheritance Tax ($10,293,450) 0.0 ($2,028.7%)
Utility Taxes $434,870,937 0.4% (3.6%)
Hotel Tax $441,131,849 0.4% 9.9%
Other Taxes $247,719,032 0.3% (1.3%)
Total Taxes $47,781,045,666 48.2% 8.4%


Other Major Sources of Revenue
Revenue Source Amount Percent
of Total
Percent Change
from 2012
Federal Income $32,530,326,029 32.8 (1.2%)
Licenses,Fees,Permits,Fines and Penalties $7,919,704,761 8.0% 4.1%
Interest and Investment Income $1,182,874,186 1.2% 7.6%
Net Lottery Proceeds $1,893,285,121 1.9% 3.4%
Sales of Goods and Services $225,926,149 0.2 (37.7%)
Settlements of Claims $609,960,852 0.6% 9.0%
Land Income $1,325,664,892 1.3 (3.4%)
Contributions to Employee Benefits $86,521 0.0 (31.6%)
Other Revenue Sources $5,574,338,463 5.6% 15.5%
Total Other Sources $51,262,166,975 51.8% 1.3%

Totals may not sum due to rounding.

Total Net Revenue = $99,043,212,641
Percent change in revenue from 2012 = 4.6%


For historical data, see Texas Revenue History by Source, 1978-2012.

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