Georgia sales tax rates

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Georgia sales tax range for 2024


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*Rates are rounded to the nearest hundredth. Due to varying local sales tax rates, we strongly recommend our lookup and calculator tools on this page for the most accurate rates.

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Look up the current rate for a specific address using the same geolocation technology that powers the Avalara AvaTax rate calculation engine.

Tax rates can vary within a county, a city, or even a ZIP code. Using a street address helps to ensure more accurate rates and calculations when compared to relying on broader geographic indicators.



*Rates are rounded to the nearest hundredth.

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Georgia sales tax details

The Georgia (GA) state sales tax rate is currently 4%. Depending on local municipalities, the total tax rate can be as high as 9%.


Any entity that conducts business within Georgia may be required to register for one or more tax-specific identification numbers, permits, or licenses.


Effective January 1, 2020, economic nexus may be triggered by $100,000 in sales or 200 transactions. Included in this calculation are retail sales of tangible personal property delivered electronically or physically to a location in Georgia for consumption, use, or storage in the state. Taxable services are not included in the threshold count.


Amazon owns and operates several fulfillment centers and customer service centers in Georgia. If you participate in the Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) program and have goods stored in these locations, you have likely triggered sales tax nexus and should be sure to understand your tax collection responsibilities.

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