During the 2021 legislative session, the Georgia General Assembly passed key legislation, including conformity to the federal tax law, the elimination of deference to subregulatory interpretations of the Department of Revenue, the ability for pass-through entities to elect to pay state income tax at the entity level, temporary ad valorem relief for manufacturers, and significant changes to existing income tax credits and sales tax exemptions.
Wednesday, March 31, 2021 was “Sine Die” or the 40th and final legislative day of the 2021 legislative session. Unless indicated as already signed by the Governor, bills passed by both chambers of the General Assembly are transmitted to the Governor, who can sign or veto the legislation within 40 days after the end of the legislative session. If the Governor fails to take any action, the legislation will also become law upon the expiration of the 40-day period.
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