Tax Shift Could Hit Most Georgia Seniors with a Tax Increase

Plans to drastically cut or abolish state income taxes and replace them with higher sales taxes are gaining traction in Georgia. Georgia’s seniors are more likely to be financially hurt by the proposed tax shift than younger people.  Download the fact sheet.

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