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Georgia (GA) State Income Tax Return Forms, Free EFiling and Government Information
Georgia State Tax Filing Information
Easily prepare and efile your Georgia state tax return in eSmart Tax. Our intuitive system easily transfers all the necessary information that you entered from your federal income tax return to your Georgia state tax return. The step-by-step interview process will assist you with completing the additional forms required by the Georgia department of Revenue for your GA state taxes. You can prepare and efile your full-year resident Georgia state tax return and your federal tax return at the same time!
The regular due date for filing your Georgia state taxes is April 15.
Below you will find information about Georgia state tax forms, state tax filing instructions, and government information.
|eSmart Tax supports the following Georgia Tax Forms (Click here to download Georgia tax forms)|
|Georgia Form 500
Individual Income Tax Return
|Georgia Form 525-TV
|Georgia Form GA-8453
Georgia Individual Income Tax Return Declaration for Electronic Filing
|Georgia Form IND-CR
Individual Income Tax Credit
|State GA Website and Contacts|
|Taxpayer Assistance:||(877) 602-8477 or
|Refund Status:||(800) 338 2389 or
|GA8453/GA8453OL||Do not mail in GA8453/GA8453OL. Keep it for your own record.
Keep GA8453 for your record
|State GA Amount Owe Payment Option|
|You have the following options to pay your tax:
If you are unable to pay the full amount of tax due as shown on your individual income tax return, you may request monthly installment payments. To apply for an installment agreement, complete and file your return by the due date. Place Form GA-9465on top of your return and submit it along with your return or when you receive a bill for the balance due, submit a written request for an installment payment plan to the Installment Program Section, P.O. Box 740396, Atlanta, GA 30374-0396. You may also call (404) 657-0295 to request an installment payment plan once you receive a bill. To minimize the interest and penalty charges, you are encouraged to pay as much of the tax as possible by April 15. If you would like to make additional payments before receiving a bill, send payments to: Installment Program Section, P.O. Box 740396, Atlanta, GA 30374-0396. Be sure to write the tax year and your social security number on the check. Note: Interest and late payment penalties will apply to any amount not paid by April 15, even if your request to make installment payments is granted. Before requesting an installment payment agreement, you should consider less costly alternatives.
|State-only tax return:||Supported|
|Decedent Return:||Not supported by state e-file|
|Return with foreign address:||Supported|
|State GA Overpayment Option|
|You have the following options: