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Compliance Reporting FAQs

This FAQ covers commonly asked questions about compliance reporting. 

Yes. In the past, all TABC-licensed businesses needed to file an annual report through the TABC: Compliance Reporting app. However, they did not have to conduct compliance reporting for 2021 because TABC is transitioning the app's functions into the new online Alcohol Industry Management System (AIMS)Businesses will resume conducting their annual compliance reporting in September 2022 through AIMS

In lieu of mobile self-inspection for 2021, businesses subject to compliance reporting might receive a visit and physical inspection from a TABC representative sometime through Aug. 31, 2022.

Read more on our Compliance Reporting page.

 

You have between Sept. 1 and Dec. 1 to file your report each year.

However, you do not have to conduct compliance reporting for 2021 because TABC is  transitioning the functions of the Compliance Reporting app into the new online Alcohol Industry Management System (AIMS). You'll resume conducting their annual compliance reporting in September 2022 through AIMS

TABC will send a notice to businesses when it’s time to resume conducting compliance reports, along with instructions on how to do this in AIMS.

Read more on our Compliance Reporting page.