Georgia State Tax Guide

Everything you need to know about taxes in the Peach State.

Georgia has a progressive income tax structure, meaning that the more money you make, the higher your tax rate will be. The state is about average among states that charge income tax.

According to the Tax Foundation, Georgia’s top individual income tax rate is 5.75%. The state and local individual income tax collections per capita is $1052 (ranked 26th in the US). The state and local tax burden is 9.1% (ranked 32nd in the US).

Georgia Tax Forms

Important forms and publications for Georgia can be found at

Georgia Income Tax Calculator

If you’d like to estimate your individual income tax for the state of Georgia, check out this Georgia income tax calculator..

Contact Information for the Georgia State Tax Office

Have tax questions? Contact information for the Georgia Department of Revenue can be found at

Tax Help for Georgia Residents

If you’re a Georgia resident looking to minimize your state tax liability, or if you’re considering moving into or out of Georgia and have questions about establishing residency and/or tax nexus, we have the expertise to assist you. Contact our office for more information today.