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When fully implemented, tax changes in HB 388 will result in an annual revenue loss of $141 million to $185 million—revenue losses Georgia can’t afford. This fact sheet provides an overview of significant changes to the revised bill. Download the
This policy brief provides an analysis of House Bill 78, which was approved by the Senate with few major adjustments. The bill continues historical cuts to state agencies, adding to the nearly $2.5 billion in budget cuts enacted over the
Georgia currently has the fourth lowest cigarette tax nationally with a per pack rate of 37 cents. Increasing the per pack tax rate by $1 would generate at least $350 million, which could be used to offset some of the
Undocumented immigrants in Georgia annually contribute an estimated $407 million in state and local taxes. This fact sheet provides an updated estimate for the 2006 Georgia Budget & Policy Institute report. Download the PDF.
As resources remain low and demands brought on by a growing population and a severe recession remain high, spending through the tax code must be evaluated and weighed against direct spending. Download the PDF.