Learn a few hints about filing your state income taxes with the Georgia Department of Revenue's new website.
The Georgia Department of Revenue and the Carl Vinson Institute of Government join together to create an online training program for members of Georgia's 159 county Boards of Equalization.
Georgia shoppers can save on school supplies on August 1 and August 2.
If you own a business or establishment selling, buying or distributing alcohol, make sure you're savvy with the laws and requirements surrounding alcohol licenses.
Learn the process of how the state of Georgia creates a budget each year.
Fulton County property taxes are due next week! Most other counties have until December 20.
It might be best to wait until Friday and Saturday to do all of your back to school shopping!
There will be no sales tax added to a number of items on Aug. 9 and 10 due to the Department of Revenue's Back to School Sales Tax Holiday.
By providing your Individual Taxpayer Identification Number or Social Security Number, expected refund amount and the tax filing year, you can instantly get information about your tax refund.
Next Monday, April 15, taxpayers across the country will review electronic filings and flood post offices to send in federal and state taxes. If you still need to complete your Georgia taxes, follow these tips.