State Revenue Commissioner Frank O’Connell today announced the release of the 2023 Calendar Year and Fiscal Year report of the Georgia Department of Revenue.

“In 2023, revenue collections remained steady year-over-year compared to 2022. Due to the resilience of Georgia’s economy and the fiscally responsible decisions of policymakers, tax collections remained at an all-time high even as tax cuts and refunds were delivered for hardworking Georgians,” said State Revenue Commissioner Frank O’Connell. “I am proud of the work put in by our team implementing the policies of Governor Kemp and the General Assembly, including over 2 billion dollars in income tax and property tax relief.”

During 2023, the Department of Revenue collected $33.1 billion in tax revenue, issued almost $2.9 billion in individual income tax refunds, maintained the registration records of 10.6 million motor vehicles, and conducted 12,621 alcohol and tobacco investigations.

The Department respectfully submits this report to the Governor and the General Assembly as these public servants continue to make decisions that are in the best interest of our Georgia taxpayers and DOR’s customers.


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