Georgia’s tax credits have sparked a lot of conversation and debate during the past few legislative sessions. And 2023 was no different. Monday, state leaders took a step aimed at breaking down and analyzing the current tax credits to “support Georgia businesses while ensuring a significant return on investment for Georgia’s taxpayers.”

Lt. Gov. Burt Jones and Speaker of the House Jon Burns, R-Newington, announced their appointees to the committee which is tasked with working on behalf of the Georgia General Assembly to review all Georgia tax credits, including Georgia’s film tax credit. The creation of this committee was announced last month, Jones and Burns said during Monday’s announcement. 

Please enter your User Name and Password to view the rest of this subscriber-only story. If you are unable to login, your account may have expired. Please contact James Online if you have any problems.




Lost your password?