Georgia Tax Laws
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Taxes are unavoidable in any state; and while no one enjoys paying taxes, they help fund important public services such as roads, public schools, fire departments, and other entities we depend on daily. Under Georgia tax laws, those earning more than $7,000 pay a 6 percent income tax rate, while counties and local municipalities are free to levy an additional 1 percent tax on all taxable income. State sales tax in Georgia is 4 percent (before local taxes are added), which gasoline tax is 7.5 cents per gallon. To learn more about Georgia tax laws, click on one of the following links.
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