Thursday, December 10, 2015

Department of Revenue proposes to reorganize itself

The Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR), the state's tax collection agency, is proposing new rules that would reorganize the structure of the department. Under existing rules, DOR has nine separate divisions: Administrative; Central Audit; Electronic Data Processing; Field Services (includes Alcohol and Tobacco Tax); Income Tax; Internal Administration; Motor Vehicle; Property Tax; Sales and Use Tax (includes Motor Fuel Tax). Under the new rules, there would be 12 divisions: Alcohol & Tobacco, Audit, Commissioner’s Office, Compliance, Finance, Information Technology, Legal Affairs & Tax Policy, Local Government Services, Motor Vehicles, Office of Special Investigations, Processing, and Taxpayer Services. Comments on the proposed rules will be accepted by DOR until January 7.

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