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For more information about COVID-19 in Georgia, please visit our resource page or call the Georgia COVID-19 hotline at 844-442-2681.
Are you a tax procrastinator? This year’s filing deadline is April 17.
If you just purchased a home or you own a home, make sure to file for homestead exemption with your local city or county. Georgia’s homestead exemption can save you money on your property taxes each year.
With more and more instances of data breaches and identity theft, it’s important we take precautionary steps to protect our online information.
Music and theatrical production companies can now earn tax credits of 15 or 20% of qualified expenditures! Learn more about the new law and see what else Georgia provides for local artists.
Whether it’s for individual or business taxes, if you think your tax outcome was incorrect, the Georgia Tax Tribunal is your direct source for all tax dispute claims.
Last year, the Georgia Department of Revenue blocked over $98 million in tax fraud! Learn how to reduce your risk of becoming the next victim.
The nation’s 2017 individual income tax filing season opened yesterday, Jan. 23. It’s time to gather those W-2s and start filing!
Georgia offers some serious tax incentives for owning, starting or moving your business to the Peach State. Learn the tax benefits of doing business in Georgia.
Just a few more weeks left to get those tax forms sent in. Start your research here to learn more about filing your individual taxes.
It’s that time of the year again: Tax season. Time to pull out those calculators and open up those W-2s.