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Governor Nathan Deal Is Leading Georgia’s Comeback

“Tax day in Georgia is less painful thanks to the leadership of Governor Nathan Deal. Governor Deal’s pro-family, pro-jobs policies have reduced taxes on Georgia families, provided property tax and sales tax relief, and expanded tax credits. It’s no wonder Governor Deal’s pro-growth policies have led to decreased unemployment and more jobs for Georgia residents.” – RGA Communications Director Gail Gitcho

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Gov. Deal Enacted Tax Reforms Benefiting Georgia Families And Businesses

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HB 386 (Signed 4/19/2012) – Georgia Jobs and Family Tax Reform Plan 

  • Eliminates the state sales tax on energy used in manufacturing
  • Reduces the marriage penalty in the income tax code by cutting income taxes for married couples
  • Eliminates the “birthday tax” on motor vehicles
  • Reinstates sales tax holidays for back-to-school and green energy purchases
  • Revises sales tax exemptions on agriculture to ensure fairness and consistency
  • Curtails abuse in our conservation easement income tax credit program for donation of conservation easements while maintaining the program
  • Caps retirement income exclusion for seniors at current level of $65,000 ($130,000 per couple)
  • Eliminates sales tax exemption for film productions
  • Creates a 1 percent sales tax exemption on commercial aviation fuel to make Georgia fuel rates more competitive with other major airports 
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“A Plan That Cuts Taxes For Georgia’s Married Couples, Slowly Repeals The Property Tax On Motor Vehicles And Gives Perks To Businesses Now Awaits Gov. Nathan Deal’s Signature After The State Senate Unanimously Approved It Thursday.” (“Georgia’s Tax Break Bill Goes To Governor Nathan Deal,” The Associated Press, 3/23/12)

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“Married Couples Would Get A $2,000 Increase In The Amount Of Income They Can Shield From The State’s Income Tax.” (“Georgia’s Tax Break Bill Goes To Governor Nathan Deal,” The Associated Press, 3/23/12)

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“The State Would Slowly Phase Out The Annual Property Tax On Motor Vehicles. People Who Buy New Or Used Cars Or Trucks After March 1, 2013, Would Pay A One-Time Tax That Tops Out At 7 Percent. They Would No Longer Get An Annual Property Tax Bill Pegged On The Value Of Their Vehicle. People Who Keep Their Car Or Trucks Past That Date Will Keep Paying The Annual Tax Until They Buy A New Vehicle.” (“Georgia’s Tax Break Bill Goes To Governor Nathan Deal,” The Associated Press, 3/23/12)

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“The Sales Tax That Manufacturing, Mining And Newspaper Companies Pay On The Energy Used To Produce Their Goods Would Be Phased Out Over Four Years, A Step That Lawmakers Hope Will Boost The Struggling Manufacturing Sector.” (“Georgia’s Tax Break Bill Goes To Governor Nathan Deal,” The Associated Press, 3/23/12)

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“Tax Credits For The Agriculture Industry, The State’s Largest Economic Sector, Would Expand.” (“Georgia’s Tax Break Bill Goes To Governor Nathan Deal,” The Associated Press, 3/23/12)

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Gov. Deal’s Policies Are Putting Georgians Back To Work

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Georgia’s Unemployment Rate Has Decreased From 10.1 Percent To 7.1 Percent During Gov. Deal’s Time In Office. 

  • Georgia’s Unemployment Rate In January 2011 Was 10.1%. (U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor and Statistics Website, Accessed 4/13/14) 
  • Georgia’s Unemployment Rate In February 2014 Was 7.1%. (U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor and Statistics Website, Accessed 4/13/14) 

There Are 156,263 More Employed Georgians Since Gov. Deal Took Office. (U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor and Statistics Website, Accessed 4/13/14)

There Are 139,295 Fewer Unemployed Georgians Since Gov. Deal Took Office. (U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor and Statistics Website, Accessed 4/13/14)


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