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Tax Relief in Georgia

Georgia MapWith more and more people accumulating outstanding tax debt, it is creating a situation where large amount of Georgia taxpayers are searching for answers. Once someone starts accruing tax debt, he often doesnít know what he can do to resolve the situation. Those who accumulate the debt in the first place often lack the income or wealth necessary to quickly pay it off and that leads to further problems. Over time, the government assesses penalties and additional taxes that increase the total debt burden. The tax debt also accumulates interest, and before the taxpayer knows it, the total debt amount reaches an insurmountable height. These people are in need of options for personal tax relief in Georgia, but they donít know what the options are or how to access them.

Fortunately, there are tax relief companies that are equipped to help them. These companies are filled with professionals who have experience working with state and federal tax authorities, and they can help reduce the total debt burden or at least make it more manageable. Instead of trying to navigate the system themselves, itís often an easier and more successful plan to work with the companies that have done it before. This gives debtors a better chance of getting personal tax relief in Georgia.

Taxpayers in Georgia may want to request an installment agreement. Installment agreements allow them to pay off the tax debt in smaller amounts every month, and this helps when someone lacks the savings to pay it off all at once. The length of installment agreements can vary by state. In Georgia, installment agreements typically range from six to twelve months. However, there are extreme cases when the state will agree to 18-36 month installment agreements.

In order to file a request and have it granted, a taxpayer will have to show that they lack the income and savings to pay the tax debt all at once. A tax relief company can help in these situations by making sure that all the necessary documents have been submitted, so that the process can advance quickly and successfully. Though this option wonít grant complete personal tax relief in Georgia, it does make the situation more manageable for many people. A tax relief company can also help if the tax authorities require more information or have more questions. Sometimes there are other circumstances that can disqualify someone from this program, and itís hard to determine that unless youíre working with a professional who has experience with the system.


Monarch Private Capital Tax Equity Investment Helps to Create New Futures for Historic Landmark

Monarch Private Capital (MPC), the most diversified investor in tax credit projects, is pleased to announce the completion of the renovation of the historic Hotel Clermont located in Atlanta, Georgia. ...

Published:  Fri, 20 Jul 2018 05:00:00 GMT

Film and TV Tax Credit Battle Heats Up Across U.S.

"Currently, productions get the most benefit in California, New York, Georgia, Louisiana and New Mexico," say Glenda Cantrell and Daniel Wheatcroft, authors of a new book on tax incentives. "These sta...

Published:  Thu, 19 Jul 2018 06:25:00 GMT

Quavo & Takeoff Reportedly Owe Georgia Thousands In Taxes

Quavo and Takeoff gotta chat with their accountant real quick. The Georgia bred trio that are the Migos has reportedly found themselves in some serious tax issues, at least for two of them. According ...

Published:  Thu, 19 Jul 2018 09:13:00 GMT

Why did Georgia drop the tax-free holiday

Earlier this year, legislators attempted to revive the holiday that began in Georgia in 2002, but the effort failed in less than a week. Supporters of the holiday promoted it as a way to help families ...

Published:  Thu, 19 Jul 2018 03:18:00 GMT

No tax-free weekend again in Georgia this year

For the second year in a row, parents will have to spend a little more money when buying back to school items, because Georgia's back-to-school sales tax-free weekend is not happening. The annual tax- ...

Published:  Wed, 18 Jul 2018 03:58:00 GMT

City of Savannah will increase property taxes

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) - If you live in the City of Savannah, you'll be paying more for property taxes. The city council on Thursday approved an increase as part of a budget-balancing measure. The incre...

Published:  Thu, 19 Jul 2018 14:54:00 GMT

OECD, government officials and parliamentarians discuss developments in international tax co-operation at high-level meeting in Georgia

20/07/2018 - Over 70 participants from 20 countries in Europe and Central Asia gathered in Tbilisi, Georgia, for a high-level regional event on Developments in International Tax Co-operation: Fighting ...

Published:  Fri, 20 Jul 2018 04:27:00 GMT

Georgia isn't having a sales tax holiday in 2018, but Alabama's starts Friday

This weekend many Georgians may find themselves hopping the state line in search of back-to-school deals with Alabama's tax-free weekend, which begins Friday at 12:01 a.m. This year Georgia will not h...

Published:  Wed, 18 Jul 2018 17:51:00 GMT

The Morning Commute, July 20: Pence and Kemp; tax increase; Yellow Jackets

Pence has spent so much time in the Peach State this year he might want to consider buying a home: He was here in Savannah for the St. Patrick's Day parade and has been to Atlanta twice, once for a GO...

Published:  Fri, 20 Jul 2018 05:13:00 GMT

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