The Georgia General Assembly’s 2023-2024 legislative session ended with several significant tax bills. Among them was a constitutional referendum to create a tax court in the judicial branch, a reduction of the individual and corporate income tax rates, and limitations on income tax credit carryforwards.

In this article published by Law360, Eversheds Sutherland attorneys Jonathan Feldman and Alla Raykin describe the Georgia legislation that is now set to go into law. They also highlight the legislation which would have suspended the data center sales tax exemption until Governor Brian Kemp vetoed it.

Read the full article here.