The U.S. government's official web portal.
The U.S. government agency responsible for tax collection and tax law enforcement.
The Electronic Federal Tax Payment System: Pay your federal taxes electronically.
Charged with preparing the American workforce for new and better jobs, and ensuring the adequacy of America's workplaces.
Allows employers to confirm a worker's eligibilty to be employed in the United States.
The official website of the state of Georgia. A gateway to agencies, services, forms, and other information for citizens and business people.
Principal tax collecting agency for the State of Georgia.
Georgia Tax Center (GTC) is a secure electronic customer self-service portal that allows you to manage your taxes online.
Includes information for job seekers and employers, news, regulations, statistics and contacts.
Includes information on elections, professional licensing, state capitol
File your annual registrations for corporations, limited liability companies, and limited partnerships by April 1.
The Georgia Agriculture Tax Exemption program (GATE) is an agricultural sales and use tax exemption certificate issued by the Department of Agriculture that identifies its user as a qualified farmer or agricultural producer. The Georgia Agriculture Tax Exemption (GATE) is a new program created by Georgia House Bill 386, which offers qualified agriculture producers a sales tax exemption on agricultural equipment and production inputs. The program will replace the Agricultural Certification of Exemption (ST-A1) form
Administers 32 taxes and fees, including sales and use tax, reemployment tax, communications services tax, corporate income tax, and fuel tax.
The Department consists of Office of the Secretary and the Divisions of Administrative Services, Corporations, Cultural Affairs, Elections, Historical Resources, and Library and Information Services.
File your annual registrations for corporations, limited liability companies, and limited partnerships by May 1.
Many of our clients are reporting that they are receiving telephone calls or emails from people claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service or a state tax agency. Tax collection agencies do not initiate contact with taxpayers by telephone or email. If you owe money to a tax collector you will receive a letter by regular mail followed by a certified letter in most cases. In any case, never give personal identifiable information to a stranger over the phone or by replying to an email. In spite of the claims that these fraudsters are making, the IRS cannot have your sheriff seize your property or arrest you within hours. The law requires a legal process be followed which includes several written notifications and a tax lien to be filed before property can be seized. Do not fall to these tricks. If you are contacted by someone claiming to be from the IRS or other tax agency contact our office for assistance.
Both the Internal Revenue Service and Georgia Department of Revenue offer online services that allow you to check the status of your refund. Click here to for the links.
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