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The types of taxes your business owes depends on its structure and what it does.
The Georgia Tax Center (GTC) is an accurate and safe way for individuals and businesses to take care of their state tax needs.
Generally applies to all tangible goods sold.
A 5.75% income tax on corporations that own property, do business in Georgia, or receive income from Georgia sources.
The amount held from an employee's wages and paid directly to the state by the employer.
A 5.75% income tax on Partnerships that own property, do business in Georgia, or receive income from Georgia source. If the business elects to pay tax at the entity level, estimated tax payments are required.
A cross-state agreement for interstate motor carriers.
An excise tax imposed on the sale of motor fuel.
Tax credits can be earned to offset income taxes or withholding taxes.
DOR may conduct audits to request clarifying or supporting details for the items or positions claimed on business tax returns.
Information on disputing a proposed assessment, refund denial, or official assessment.