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Understanding Personal Income Tax in Georgia

Filed under State Taxes. Fact checked on February 12, 2013.

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Personal income taxes in Georgia are discussed.

If you are operating your business as an S corporation, partnership, limited liability company (LLC) or sole proprietorship, you may be subject to a personal income tax on your business income that is not taxed at the corporate level, but instead passes through to you.

Georgia marginal tax rates are as follows:

Marginal Tax Rates 2012
Single
Amount of Taxable Income Tax
$0 to $750 1% of taxable income
$751 to $2,250 $7.50, plus 2% of the amount over $750
$2,251 to $3,750 $37.50, plus 3% of the amount over $2,250
$3,751 to $5,250 $82.50, plus 4% of the amount over $3,750
$5,251 to $7,000 $142.50, plus 5% of the amount over $5,250
$7,001 and over $230, plus 6% of the amount over $7,000

Marginal Tax Rates 2012
Married Filing Jointly, Head of Household
Amount of Taxable Income Tax
$0 to $1,000 1% of taxable income
$1,001 to $3,000 $10, plus 2% of the amount over $1,000
$3,001 to $5,000 $50, plus 3% of the amount over $3,000
$5,001 to $7,000 $110, plus 4% of the amount over $5,000
$7,001 to $10,000 $190, plus 5% of the amount over $7,000
$10,001 and over $340, plus 6% of the amount over $10,000

Marginal Tax Rates 2012
Married Filing Separately
Amount of Taxable Income Tax
$0 to $500 1% of taxable income
$501 to $1,500 $5, plus 2% of the amount over $500
$1,501 to $2,500 $25, plus 3% of the amount over $1,500
$2,501 to $3,500 $55, plus 4% of the amount over $2,500
$3,501 to $5,000 $95, plus 5% of the amount over $3,500
$5,001 and over $170, plus 6% of the amount over $5,000

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