FRC Report, Publication No. 280. Feb. 23, 2016, Oronde Small and Laura Wheeler In a new brief, researchers provide a detailed description of Georgia’s film tax credit, a review of the incentive’s significant features compared to those offered by other states, and a snapshot of the industry in Georgia compared to the rest of the nation.
Inquiry from Chairman Hill, Senate Fair Tax Study Committee, Regarding Taxable Consumption of Households at Different Income Levels and Other Matters
Policy Memorandum, February 10, 2014, Robert BuschmanIn follow-up to the analysis of alternative consumption tax structures for Georgia, presented to the committee on September 20, Sen. Hill asked for additional information to address certain related questions, which are restated/summarized as follows.
Policy Memorandum, February 10, 2014, Robert BuschmanThis analysis has been prepared at the request of the Georgia Senate Research Office, in support of the Senate Fair Tax Study Committee’s consideration of consumption-based taxation as an alternative to current state income taxes.
Tax Handbook 20th Edition, January 14, 2014, Carolyn Bourdeaux, Richard Hawkins A handbook on taxation that provides a quick overview of all state and local taxes in Georgia. FRC Publication A (20).
Presentation, November 01, 2013, Sally WallaceA presentation to the Annual National Tax Association conference in Tampa Florida, summarizing economic/demographic trends, the impact of DC revenue, and suggested options related to trends and impacts.
Presentation, November 01, 2013, Spencer BanzhafA presentation to the annual National Tax Association Conference in Tampa Florida.
Presentation, October 24, 2013, Carolyn Bourdeaux A presentation to the annual Kansas Economic Policy Conference at The University of Kansas.
Presentation, August 09, 2013, David L. SjoquistA presentation to the Nebraska Tax Modernization Committee Meeting in Lincoln, Nebraska.
FRC Brief 258, February 20, 2013, Chelsea Coleman, Kendon Darlington, Mark Rider, Morgan SinclairThis brief describes the incentives created by the major taxes and public assistance programs facing low-income families in Georgia.
FRC Report 258, February 11, 2013, Chelsea Coleman, Kendon Darlington, Mark Rider, Morgan SinclairThis report describes the incentives created by the major taxes and public assistance programs facing low-income families in Georgia.