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Compliance Reporting

Compliance reporting is the required self-assessment that TABC-licensed businesses with locations in Texas must complete each year. Businesses respond to questions about their operations and, when requested, provide photos to ensure their location is following the laws that apply. You can complete the entire process from a mobile device in minutes.

Who Must File a Compliance Report

Holders of BW, BA, BB, BC, BE, BF, BG, BQ, D, G, MB, N, NB, NE, P, Q, RM, W and X licenses and permits.

How to File a Compliance Report

Using the Alcohol Industry Management System (AIMS)

Businesses will soon be able to submit compliance reports using a mobile device and TABC’s online business services hub, the Alcohol Industry Management System (AIMS). To prepare for this, TABC recommends that license holders have an AIMS account and access to the proper licenses and permits before the compliance reporting period begins.

If you’re a license holder and don’t yet have an AIMS account, find more information on our How To Use AIMS page.

Compliance Reporting App No Longer in Use

The TABC:Compliance Reporting mobile application is no longer available. The agency discontinued its use to integrate reporting into AIMS.

When To File a Compliance Report

In years past the agency has required businesses to submit the reports between Sept. 1 and Dec. 1 each year. However, the agency canceled reporting in 2021 to transition compliance reporting to AIMS. The agency has not yet set the dates for the next reporting period but will publish notices before the next reporting period begins.

Read more in this industry notice.

Need Help?

Learn more on the How To Use AIMS page.