The Department of Revenue’s Rome Regional Office is moving to a new facility at 314 East Main Street, Suite 150 Cartersville, GA 30120.
In advance of the tax deadline, the Internal Revenue Service today warned tax professionals of a new emerging scam in which cybercriminals obtain remote control of preparers’ computer systems, complete and file client tax returns and redirect refunds to thieves’ accounts.
In April 2016, Intellectual Technology, Inc. (ITI) is installing Georgia Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) self-service kiosks in select Kroger stores located in Georgia. These conveniently located kiosks in Kroger stores now provide Georgia vehicle owners the option of renewing vehicle tags on weekends, or after hours.
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that Georgia’s net tax collections for March totaled $1.53 billion, for an increase of $31.4 million, or 2.2 percent, over March 2015. Year-to-date, net tax revenue collections totaled nearly $15.27 billion, an increase of $1.42 billion, or 10.3 percent, compared to March 2015, when net tax revenues totaled almost $13.85 billion.
The Department of Revenue has recently been made aware of a new phishing scam being conducted by criminals. This particular phishing scheme is known as email "spoofing" and is similar to the call "spoofing" that several state agencies have recently faced.
Please be advised that one of the Georgia Department of Revenue's phone lines has
been subject to Caller ID spoofing. The Department of Revenue (DOR) was first made
aware of this scam on Thursday, March 10th. When a telephone number is spoofed,
the Caller ID of the caller will appear to be coming from a valid number. Other State
agencies have also been victims of phone line spoofing. Earlier this month the Office
of the State Treasury's main phone line was spoofed.
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that Georgia’s net tax collections for February totaled almost $1.25 billion, for an increase of $234.5 million, or 24.9 percent, over February 2015. Year-to-date, net tax revenue collections totaled $13.73 billion, an increase of $1.32 billion, or 10.7 percent, compared to February 2015, when net tax revenues totaled $12.41 billion.
During this year's filing season, many taxpayers often call the Department of Revenue (DOR) seeking a status update on their income tax return. Due to high call volume, some taxpayers may receive a busy signal when dialing our main line (1-877- 423-6711). The Department of Revenue has several ways for Georgia Taxpayers to check the status of their refund.
The Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR) is revising State alcohol license processes to better accommodate applicants and local governments.
Due to issues during 2015 regarding security breaches of third party preparers and the constant threat of tax fraud and refund theft, the Department of Revenue is taking additional fraud prevention measures this filing season to ensure tax refunds are issued to the correct individuals.