August 2019 Net Tax Revenue Down 2.8%

Gov. Brian Kemp announced today that Georgia’s net tax collections for August totaled roughly $1.75 billion, for a decrease of $50.3 million, or -2.8 percent, compared to August 2018, when net tax collections totaled just over $1.80 billion.  Year-to-date, net tax revenue collections totaled nearly $3.59 billion, for an increase of $5.4 million, or 0.2 … Read more

Department of Revenue to Expand Customer Service Hours

In an effort to more effectively serve Georgians throughout the state, the Department of Revenue is launching a pilot program which will expand customer service hours for Department call centers. This pilot program is intended to assist taxpayers during the corporate filing period, taxpayers who filed extensions for their individual income tax returns, and Georgians … Read more

New Location for Albany Regional Office

The Department of Revenue’s Albany Regional Office is moving to a new facility at 735 N. Westover Blvd., Ste. A, Albany, GA 31707. The main phone number will remain (229) 430-4241. Regional offices perform two important functions: the collection of delinquent taxes and fees, and the provision of general taxpayer assistance. Regional offices are primarily … Read more

Department of Revenue Agents Arrest Car Dealers for Title Scam

Today, agents from the Department of Revenue’s Office of Special Investigations, along with Deputies from Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office, arrested two car dealers for conducting a title scam out of their dealerships, Georgia Cash Cars, which had locations in both Acworth and Dalton. Roy L. Jackson and Tyschell K. Doyle Jackson were arrested at their … Read more

July Net Tax Revenues Up 3.1%

Atlanta, GA – The State of Georgia’s net tax collections in the first month of fiscal year 2020 totaled roughly $1.83 billion for an increase of $55.7 million, or 3.1%, compared to last year when net tax collections totaled almost $1.78 billion. July’s gross tax revenue receipts totaled $2.48 billion for an increase of $71.9 … Read more

Department of Revenue’s New Curbside Pickup Regulations Now in Effect

To assist businesses throughout the state with their efforts to better meet customer demands, the Department of Revenue has repealed and replaced the curbside alcohol pickup regulations. Under the prior regulations, violations carried more severe penalties than other alcohol violations. The new regulations align the penalties of violations of curbside pickup with the penalties of … Read more