Texas Tax Code § 171.103. Determination of Gross Receipts from Business Done in This State for Margin

(a) Subject to Section 171.1055 , in apportioning margin, the gross receipts of a taxable entity from its business done in this state is the sum of the taxable entity's receipts from:

(1) each sale of tangible personal property if the property is delivered or shipped to a buyer in this state regardless of the FOB point or another condition of the sale;

(2) each service performed in this state, except that receipts derived from servicing loans secured by real property are in this state if the real property is located in this state;

(3) each rental of property situated in this state;

(4) the use of a patent, copyright, trademark, franchise, or license in this state;

(5) each sale of real property located in this state, including royalties from oil, gas, or other mineral interests;  and

(6) other business done in this state.

(b) A combined group shall include in its gross receipts computed under Subsection (a) the gross receipts of each taxable entity that is a member of the combined group and that has a nexus with this state for the purpose of taxation.

(c) Repealed by Acts 2013, 83rd Leg., ch. 1232 (H.B. 500), § 15.

(d) Repealed by Acts 2013, 83rd Leg., ch. 1232 (H.B. 500), § 15.

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