This report offers the first comprehensive look at how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA), in combination with Georgia’s enacted response, will impact the state budget and families at every level of income from 2020–2025. In partnership
Author: Danny Kanso
You can download and share all the images and charts in the Budget Trends Primer by clicking here. The $27.5 billion state budget signed into law by Gov. Brian Kemp for the 2020 fiscal year starting July 1, 2019 represents
During the 2019 legislative session, the Georgia General Assembly approved 28 tax bills. Lawmakers will wait until next year to consider the legislature’s most ambitious tax proposals that include significant tax breaks and new revenues to support Georgia’s growing economy.
Georgia lawmakers gave final passage to the state’s $27.5 billion budget for the 2020 fiscal year, beginning July 1, 2019. Built on the state’s lowest estimate of revenue growth in a decade, the FY 2020 budget projects a conservative 3.2
The Georgia General Assembly approved 16 major tax bills between January and “Crossover Day,” the deadline for legislation to clear at least one chamber to be eligible for final passage this legislative session. Georgia’s constitution requires any measures raising revenue
Last week, Georgia leaders announced an unprecedented plan to seek federal waivers that could extend health care access to hundreds of thousands of people across the state. Senate Bill 106, the Patients First Act, aims to make Georgia the first-ever
Georgia’s 83rd governor, Brian P. Kemp, introduced his administration’s policy priorities by submitting a proposed $27.5 billion budget to the General Assembly for the 2020 fiscal year, beginning July 1, 2019. After nine consecutive years of economic expansion since the