TML Revenue Manual for Texas Cities (2017)

The TML Revenue Manual for Texas Cities (2017) covers everything, from the biggest sources of city revenue—property and sales taxes —on down to the most mundane and arcane —open records charges, raffles, even cemetery taxes.

The manual is organized alphabetically by type of revenue. Within each section, very basic questions are addressed first: what is this revenue source; how is it adopted; which types of cities can adopt it; how much can it generate; etc. Accordingly, the manual should be useful to city officials and staff first as a source of new revenue ideas, and then as a basic how-to guide for each source of revenue. Extensive footnotes citing the location of each revenue source within Texas law should make the manual useful to city attorneys, as well. 

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