Georgia Liquor Sales Tax Audit Attorney

Georgia Liquor Sales Tax Audit Attorney
If you are in the business of selling liquor in the state of Georgia, you should pay close attention to some of the sales tax rates below.
Malt Beverages: The current tax is $1.08 per standard case of 24 twelve-once containers (4.5 cents per can) plus a uniform local beer tax of $1.20 per standard case (5 cents per can)
Wine
Table Wines
Table wines (14% or less alcohol by volume) manufactured inside Georgia are taxed at 11 cents per liter. Table wines manufactured outside of Georgia are taxed at 40 cents per liter.
Dessert Wines
Dessert wines (more than 14%, but not more than 21% alcohol by volume) manufactured inside Georgia are taxed at 27 cents per liter. Dessert wine manufactured outside of Georgia are taxed at 67 cents per liter.
Fortified Wines
Wines fortified with distilled spirits, which results in an alcohol content of more than 21% alcohol by volume, is taxed as distilled spirits. Some localities also collect a local tax, which can be up to 22 cents per liter.
Georgia Liquor Sales Tax Audit Attorney

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