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Georgia State Tax Information


Looking for Georgia state tax information? We provide the latest resources on state tax, unemployment, income tax and more.

State of Georgia

Georgia Department of Revenue
Georgia Department of Labor


Withholding Requirements:

  • Register as employer by filing Form DOL-1A (Employer Status Report):
  • Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate: G4
  • Withholding Method = formula
  • Supplemental Rate = Withhold At: 2% if annual gross < $8,000. 3% if annual gross > $8,000 and $10,000. 4% if annual gross > $10,000 and $12,000. 5% if annual gross > $12,000 and $15,000. 6% if annual gross > $15,000.

Local Taxes:

None

State Unemployment Insurance (SUI):

  • Wage base is $9,500 for 2013
  • Rates range from 0.03% to 7.29%
  • New employers use 2.7% for 2013.
  • Rates include an administrative assessment of 0.08%

State Disability Insurance (SDI):

None

State Labor Laws:

Minimum Wage - The Federal minimum wage rate applies
Termination Pay - no provision.

New Hire Reporting:

Employers must report hiring, rehiring, and return to work within 10 days on Form W-4 (Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate) to:
Georgia New Hire Reporting Program
PO Box 90728
Atlanta, GA 30364-0728

Phone:
(888) 541-0469
(404) 525-2985

Fax:
(888) 541-0521
(404) 525-2983


New Hire Reporting Online

Remit Withholding for Child Support to:

Family Support Registry
P.O. Box 1800
Carrollton, GA 30112-1800
877-231-8573

Georgia Child Support Commission

Reciprocal states:

None

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