After adding up the fiscal notes from this year’s General Assembly, it seems that the legislation on tax breaks has slowed in anticipation for 2020 when all seats are up for election. Bills stalled in the House that would require economic analysis on legislation that involves tax breaks. GBPI analyst Danny Kanso states in the article, “If we as Georgians value our tax dollars, we should want as much accountability and transparency in the legislative process as possible.”
In 2019, Georgia tax legislation dipped – that could change in 2020
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