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Business owners on Hamilton Road, Whitesville Road, Lafayette Parkway, Commerce Avenue, New Franklin Road, Hogansville Road, and Vernon Road are eligible for a $3,500 Georgia state tax credit per full time employee, the lowest job creation threshold of any job tax credit is two full-time jobs.

This credit is available through the Georgia Department of Community Affairs.
http://wrbl.com/2017/08/25/city-of-lagrange-encourages-businesses-to-take-advantage-of-tax-credit/
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According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Georgia State Rep. Jason Spencer (R) did exactly that on a Facebook post when former state representative LaDawn Jones expressed a distaste for a photo he took with a Confederate monument.
https://www.rawstory.com/2017/08/georgia-goper-warns-black-attorney-she-may-go-missing-if-she-tries-to-remove-confederate-monument/
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A Gwinnett County woman and two others used information about foreign nationals to file fake tax returns, scamming the government out of more than $5 million.
https://patch.com/georgia/loganville/gwinnett-woman-helped-5-million-tax-scam
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The commission adopted a tentative millage rate of 10.68 mills for the coming year -- down from the 2015 rate of 11.08 mills.

The millage rate is the amount per $1,000 that is used to calculate taxes on a property's taxable value. A higher rate means higher taxes and a lower rate means lower ones.
http://patch.com/georgia/decatur/decatur-lowers-millage-taxes-still-going
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Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner Richard Steele has announced that paperless billing is now available for property taxes.
http://patch.com/georgia/lawrenceville-ga/paperless-billing-property-tax-now-available-gwinnett
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The Georgia Senate on Thursday backed a tax break for developers planning to turn the area surrounding Philips Arena into a mixed-use entertainment district.
http://www.ajc.com/news/news/state-regional-govt-politics/georgia-senate-backs-big-tax-break-for-philips-are/nqrkb/
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