Texas Tax Suite

Texas state taxes can be daunting and change frequently, so keep up-to-date on Texas’s state tax information with Bloomberg BNA’s Texas Tax Suite.




Bloomberg BNA’s Tax and Accounting Center is the most comprehensive resource for fast, efficient, and complete state tax research. Whether you conduct business in Texas or any other state, Bloomberg BNA offers you the flexibility to choose the content and tools that work best for your organization. Purchase content for single or multiple states with our Individual State Tax Suites.


State Tax Navigators provide customizable and comprehensive Texas-specific analysis covering corporate income tax, individual income tax, sales and use tax, property tax, excise tax, estates, gifts, and trusts tax.

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The Texas Tax Suite contains several helpful tools, including Chart Builders, State Tax Development Tracker, Tax Client Letters, and advanced search options — all to simplify your tax research.


Practice Tools
  • Compare States button allows you to run quick comparisons of specific topics across all the jurisdictions in your subscription.
  • Chart Builders enable you to streamline your research with the ability to specify state tax topics and to create a custom chart that can be edited, saved, and exported to Excel.
    • 50 State Overview Chart Builder (Optional) allows you to quickly and easily create a chart to review selected state tax topics across all 50 states, plus Washington, D.C., and New York City.  
    • IRC Conformity Chart Builder enables you to understand whether states conform — or do not conform — to the Internal Revenue Code’s treatment of a particular tax topic, with the ability to cross reference to applicable statutes and state tax navigators for more information.
  • State Tax Client Letters and other sample documents organized by tax type increase your productivity.
  • Advanced Search options to simplify your state tax research.
News Feeds
  • State Tax Developments Tracker keeps you updated on the latest state tax news and developments. Filter by jurisdiction, topic, type of tax, and date range to easily track the developments that are most relevant to you. The Tracker also offers a customized email alerting feature that enables you to set up your email notifications by preferred topic, jurisdiction, and/or type of tax. Coverage includes:
    • Allocation and apportionment
    • I.R.C. conformity
    • Credits and incentives
    • Exemptions
Primary Sources
  • Full text of state-specific statutes, regulations, administrative decisions, bulletins, rulings, instructions, and state Supreme Court and lower court cases.


Eric L. Stein, Esq., CPA 


Austin, Texas

Special Consultant to Tax Management

Mr. Stein is the managing principal of Ryan's Austin office. His practice includes supervising revised franchise tax and unclaimed property reviews, performing transactional analysis, and producing nexus studies. As the practice leader of the Dispute Resolution Services Group, Mr. Stein also assists and represents taxpayers through the administrative hearings level in various states with revised franchise tax and sales and use tax matters.  

Before joining Ryan, Mr. Stein served as an administrative law judge and supervising hearings attorney in the franchise tax section for the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. He has also worked as an associate with a Boston law firm and as a senior manager with two national accounting firms in Dallas.

He earned a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from the University of Texas at Austin and a law degree from Texas Tech University. Mr. Stein also earned a Master of Laws in Taxation degree from Boston University School of Law and is a certified public accountant.  

Mr. Stein gratefully acknowledges the contributions of all of the principals and staff of Ryan. He expresses his special thanks to Ms. Sandi R. Farquharson, Esq., CPA, Dispute Resolution Group Manager, Ryan, for her assistance in the research and drafting of this Portfolio.  

In addition, Mr. Stein recognizes and appreciates the contributions of Ms. Adina H. Christian and Mr. Byron Otto of the Texas Comptroller's Office.