Georgia to Tax Internet Sales

May 9, 2018 Douglas Mondell

Beginning January 1, 2019, the State of Georgia will require online retailers who meet certain economic thresholds to collect and remit sales tax to the Georgia Department of Revenue.  Retailers who: (1) exceed $250,000 in gross revenue from sales of tangible personal property into Georgia in the previous or current calendar year or (2) make 200 or more separate sales of tangible personal property into Georgia in the previous or current calendar year will be required to collect and remit Georgia sales tax.  The full text of GA House Bill 61, as signed by Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, can be found here.

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