Untangling the complex world of wine direct shipping and compliance
furosemide sur le comptoir propranolol sans ordonnance venlafaxine pharmacie pas cher priligy propecia moins cher methotrexate mg stromectol mg stromectol pharmacie topamax pharmacie pas cher celebrex

Out-of-State Shippers in Texas Get a Break on Excise Taxes – Until Now

January 26th, 2012
By Sarah Fine - ShipCompliant Research Team

Texas recently sent an updated Direct Shipper’s Report (form C-240) along with a letter to Out-of-State Winery Direct Shippers, alerting the licensees of a change in the tax rate to be paid on wine sent to Texas residents from out-of-state. Until now, Texas has only required out-of-state direct shippers to pay $0.204 per gallon on all wine shipped. The taxes on vinous liquors listed on the revised form are equal to the taxes paid by in-state wineries and are as follows:

  • Wine with an ABV of 14% or less – $0.204/gallon
  • Wine with an ABV over 14% – $0.408/gallon
  • Sparkling wine – $0.516/gallon

The updated rates are in effect for the current quarter (December – February), and the next payment is due on March 15th.

Texas Form C-240

Leave a Reply