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Atlanta Restaurant sales tax audit

Atlanta Restaurant Sales Tax Audit Atlanta Restaurant Sales Tax Audit is 8%.  Meals taxes generally apply to purchases of prepared food that are consumed in a restaurant or similar establishment, or taken "to go" for later consumption. In contrast, sales of groceries (or "non-prepared food") are completely exempt from state…
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June 30, 2016
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Georgia sales tax audit on food

Georgia sales tax audit on food If your store or restaurant is being audited by the state of Georgia Department of Revenue, then, you should know a few things about cooked food, uncooked food, and grocery items. If you are in the business of selling all of three of things,…
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June 30, 2016
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Sales Tax Attorney Atlanta

Sales Tax Attorney Atlanta If you are reading this entry, then chances are that you are either being proactive about an audit, or you are currently going through an audit. A popular question among business owners is when you have to charge a service as part of the gross receipts of…
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June 29, 2016
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Georgia Excise Tax On Motor Fuel

Georgia Excise Tax On Motor Fuel State Excise Tax on Motor Fuel Sales Effective: July 1, 2016 June 3, 2016 Effective July 1, 2016, the following State Excise Tax Rates must continue to be collected by the licensed distributor on all sales of motor fuel sold to any purchaser not…
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June 29, 2016
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Georgia Use Tax Attorney

Georgia Use Tax Attorney Use tax is tax imposed on non-exempt items brought into Georgia. “Use tax” is also a term commonly used to refer to the tax imposed on taxable goods and services that were not taxed at the point of sale. Tax imposed on non-exempt items brought into…
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June 29, 2016
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What is subject to sales tax in Georgia

What is subject to sales tax in Georgia In general, Georgia imposes tax on the retail sales price of tangible personal property and certain services. While most services are exempt from tax, Georgia does tax the sale of accommodations, in-state transportation of individuals (e.g., taxis, limos), sales of admissions, and…
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June 29, 2016

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