Withholding tax is the amount held from an employee’s wages and paid directly to the state by the employer. This includes tax withheld from:
- Nonresident distributions
- Lottery winnings
- Pension and annuity payments
- Other sources of income
The withholding tax rate is a graduated scale ranging between 0 and 6%. For withholding rates on bonuses and other compensation see the Employer’s Tax Guide.
Submitting Year End W2’s, 1099’s and G-1003 Annual Return
- Note: No changes for 2015
QuickBooks users: Below are two links for W-2 File creation information. Please note this information is provided by Intuit and the Georgia Department of Revenue does not control the content.