Georgia Income Tax

The Georgia income tax rate is determined by both the federal tax system and Georgia state income tax legislation. The Georgia Department of Revenue takes care of the entire taxation process in Georgia. The typical process of taxation in Georgia includes automatic deduction of federal tax and Georgia state income tax from the paycheck of the individual.
Depending on the income bracket that the individual falls in, a fixed percentage of the salary is deducted from the salary amount. The rates of both the federal tax and Georgia state income tax depend on the income tax bracket of the individual. The rate of Georgia state income tax is determined by the GA state tax legislation while federal tax rate is uniform in the entire country.

The filing of state income tax and federal income tax in Georgia must be done within 15th of April every year and the people of Georgia prefer to file their federal and state income taxes online through e-file system.

The recently modified e-file system gives individuals the chance to fill up the e-forms and submit the tax returns easily by using the federal and state government websites.
The Georgia State Department of Revenue is the responsible authority in the state to provide the best operational performance and customer service on any taxing issues. The Georgia State Department of Revenue offers online services on individual taxes, business taxes, property tax, online electronic filing of taxes and motor vehicle services.

The department also provides online inquiry service on delinquent taxpayer lists, dealer tag and title, alcohol license status, county users and many more.

Here is a comprehensive table on the income tax rate structure in Georgia.

If the income range is between $0 and $750, the tax rate on every dollar of income earned is 1% in Georgia.

If the income range is between $751 and $2,250, the tax rate on every dollar of income earned is 2% in Georgia.

If the income range is between $2,251 and $3,750, the tax rate on every dollar of income earned is 3% in Georgia.

If the income range is between $3,751 and $5,250, the tax rate on every dollar of income earned is 4% in Georgia.

If the income range is between $5,251 and $7,000, the tax rate on every dollar of income earned is 5% in Georgia.

If the income range is $7,001 and over, the tax rate on every dollar of income earned is 6% in Georgia.

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Last Updated on : 5th July 2013