Adding Up the Fiscal Notes: Crossover Day 2012

House leaders deserve significant credit for their responsibility on tax policy so far this session. If in the remaining legislative days the Senate passes six tax bills passed by the House, this would be the first time in years that Georgia avoids a significant revenue hit.

The landscape could still change drastically during the final 10 days of session. While details are unknown, the omnibus tax package anticipated in the special committee on revenue could include the sales tax exemption on energy for manufacturers, reforms to Georgia’s existing jobs tax credits, and various revenue-enhancers designed to keep the bill revenue neutral.

Download the report for an overview of the tax bills that have passed either the House or Senate this year.

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