Texas Sales Tax Credit for Machinery Used in Manufacturing

{{ /incentives }} Incentive" }}
Summary

Texas grants sales and use tax emptions on machinery and equipment utilized in the manufacturing process. Purchases of machinery and equipment, replacement parts, and accessories that have a useful life of more than six months, and that are use or consumed in the manufacturing, processing, fabricating or repairing of tangible personal property for ultimate sale are exempt from state and local sales and use tax.

State sales and use tax exemptions are available to taxpayers who manufacture, fabricate or process tangible personal property for sale.

Texas sales and use tax exempts tangible personal property that becomes an ingredient or component of an item manufactured for sale, as well as taxable services performed on a manufactured product to make it more marketable.

The exemption also applies to tangible personal property that makes a chemical or physical change in the product being manufactured and is necessary and essential in the manufacturing process. Some items, such as hand tools, are excluded from the exemption. A hammer, for example, is taxable even if it is used in fabricating a product for sale.