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Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that Georgia’s net tax collections for November totaled $1.84 billion, for an increase of nearly $124.7 million, or 7.3 percent, compared to last year when net tax collections totaled $1.72 billion.
Small business identity theft is a big business for identity thieves. Just like individuals, businesses may have their identities stolen and their sensitive information used to open credit card accounts or used to file fraudulent tax refunds for bogus refunds.
The IRS, state tax agencies and private-sector tax groups warned the nation’s business, payroll and human resource communities about a growing W-2 email scam that threatens sensitive tax information held by employers.
Every day, data thefts large and small put people’s personal and financial information at risk. There are steps that data theft victims may take to protect their financial accounts and their identities once cyber criminals have their names and other sensitive information.
With the approach of the holidays and the 2018 tax filing season, the DOR, the IRS, other state tax agencies and the nation’s tax industry urge people to be on the lookout for new, sophisticated email phishing scams that could endanger their personal information and next year’s tax refund.
A Security Summit consisting of the Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), other state tax agencies and the tax community, is marking "National Tax Security Awareness Week", Nov. 27-Dec.1, with a series of reminders to taxpayers and tax professionals.
Security Summit Partners are announcing Tax Security Awareness Week and continued partnership in fight against tax fraud.
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that Georgia’s net tax collections for October totaled $1.71 billion, for a decrease of $56.5 million, or -3.2 percent, compared to last year when net tax collections totaled nearly $1.77 billion.
In order to better secure taxpayer information, the Department of Revenue (DOR) recently changed the username requirements on the Georgia Tax Center (GTC).
In the wake of Hurricane season and the resulting widespread flooding, the Department of Revenue (DOR) is joining Attorney General Chris Carr and officials throughout the State and country in warning customers to beware of flood-damaged vehicles being sold as new or used, undamaged vehicles.