Georgia – GA Georgia Sales and Use Tax: Wireless Service Providers’ Refund Denied Because Customers Were Not Reimbursed

Yahoo Finance News DALLAS, Feb. 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ The Georgia Court of Appeals upheld a trial court’s decision that a group of wireless communications service providers were barred from seeking refunds prior to refunding the taxes to their customers (New Continue reading Georgia – GA Georgia Sales and Use Tax: Wireless Service Providers’ Refund Denied Because Customers Were Not Reimbursed

Multi-State – State Rundown 2/23: Regressive Tax Proposals Multiplying

Tax Justice Blog February 23, 2017 05:01 PM By Meg Wiehe, Director of Programs at ITEP This week saw a nearly successful attempt to right the fiscal ship in Kansas; regressive tax proposals introduced in West Virginia, Georgia, and Missouri; Continue reading Multi-State – State Rundown 2/23: Regressive Tax Proposals Multiplying

Alabama – AL Lawmakers increasingly likely to follow Alabama’s ‘Amazon’ tax lead here

 By Sid Salter Jan 11, 2017 Updated 4 hrs ago “Here is a little trigger warning for readers tired of the issue — I’m writing about online sales taxes again. So what’s new? Well, at of the beginning of the Continue reading Alabama – AL Lawmakers increasingly likely to follow Alabama’s ‘Amazon’ tax lead here

Georgia – GA Supreme Court hears Clayton,College Park feud on alcohol sales tax

The Georgia Supreme Court heard arguments Monday on a long-standing tug-of-war between Clayton County and College Park over the distribution of revenues from alcohol taxes collected at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. http://www.ajc.com/news/local-govt–politics/supreme-court-hears-clayton-college-park-feud-alcohol-sales-tax/6JW6cnqOtjErJhVHElXJhL/

Georgia – Sales Tax Rates Effective October 1, 2016

SALT Report 3873 – The Georgia Department of Revenue has posted county sales tax rate changes that took effect on October 1, 2016. For further Information: https://dor.georgia.gov/sites/dor.georgia.gov/files/related_files/document/LGS/Distributions/LGS_quarterly_rate_changes_Oct_2016.pdf

Georgia – Voters to Decide on Sales Tax Increase in Glynn County

SALT Report 3732 – Glynn County Board of Education members hope to raise $130 million over four years through a 1 percent sales tax to fund new school building and to upgrade others, which can only happen if voters approve Continue reading Georgia – Voters to Decide on Sales Tax Increase in Glynn County

Georgia – Georgia Gov. Deal Urges Legislators to Use Caution on Phasing Out Income Tax

Phasing out the income tax raising up the sales tax…? Jacksonville.com by Walter C. Jones – “This month, the House Ways and Means Committee held the first of a series of hearings on a bill that would shrink the income Continue reading Georgia – Georgia Gov. Deal Urges Legislators to Use Caution on Phasing Out Income Tax

Georgia –Sales Tax Holiday Begins July 31, 2015 Ends August 1, 2015

SALT Report 3686 – Georgia’s sales tax holiday covers clothing under $100; computers and components under $1,000 and school supplies under $20 per item. Further Information: http://dor.georgia.gov/sites/dor.georgia.gov/files/2015%20Sales%20Tax%20Holiday%20Back%20to%20School.pdf

Georgia – New Sales Tax Rates Announced

SALT Report 3527 – The State of Georgia has announced new sales tax rates to be effective January 1, 2015. Brooks County – 6% Chattahoochee County – 7% Clinch County – 6% Muscogee County – 7% Seminole County – 6% Continue reading Georgia – New Sales Tax Rates Announced

Georgia – Letter Ruling Provides Guidance On The Taxability Of Cloud Computing

SALT Report 3478 – A Georgia taxpayer, who is a technology service provider,  requested a ruling to address the taxability of it’s cloud-based system and services.  Customers did not receive any tangible personal property as part of the service and Continue reading Georgia – Letter Ruling Provides Guidance On The Taxability Of Cloud Computing