With the number of new cases of COVID-19 in Georgia steadily declining, more and more Georgians are driving and traveling. That encouraging trend is showing up in monthly tax collections reported by the state Department of Transportation. The DOT collected $174 million
Americans paid in 2019 more than $3.5 trillion in taxes. Nearly half of all tax returns filed by individuals, corporations, and estates received a refund. Altogether, the Internal Revenue Service issued nearly 122 million refunds totaling $452.1 billion, or $3,709 per refund.
State lawmakers passed an income-tax cut for Georgians on Thursday that aims to give taxpayers relief amid the COVID-19 pandemic, though critics warn it could cost the state millions of dollars in emergency aid. The tax-cut bill, sponsored by Georgia Rep. Shaw
There is a fresh push underway to tax Netflix and other streaming services, e-books, video game downloads and other digital products that are currently untaxed in Georgia. Similar attempts in the past, known usually as the “Netflix tax,” found pushback with unhappy
As April 15 draws closer, taxes will be on everyone’s mind and millions of taxpayers in the Peach State will find out if they owe or if they get a refund. A new study by SmartAsset finds the places in Georgia where people
Clayton State University will once again offer free tax preparation assistance for eligible taxpayers in metro Atlanta, marking 31 years as a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance site. “The VITA program at the College of Business is our way to connect with and