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2012 General Assembly Comes To A Close

Jun 21, 2012 Comments Off on 2012 General Assembly Comes To A Close Manager

Session ends with tag birthday tax killed, Ferdinand called for tax cut. Since 2006, Tax Commissioner Arthur Ferdinand has been urging lawmakers to eliminate or reduce to a nominal fee, the so-called "birthday" tax you pay to renew your auto tags each year. The state's car tax is unpopular, even as taxes go and this is ...

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Ferdinand Works to Send Tax Dollars Directly to Schools

Jun 21, 2012 Comments Off on Ferdinand Works to Send Tax Dollars Directly to Schools Manager

Arthur E. Ferdinand - Fulton County Tax Commissioner Spring, 2008 - The Georgia Supreme Court in an unanimous decision recently ruled the use of school tax revenue for purposes other than education is not allowed under the Georgia Constitution. The case was argued by Attorney John Woodham who successfully fought to prevent school tax revenue from being used ...

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Ferdinand Supports Curbing Tag Tax

Jun 20, 2012 Comments Off on Ferdinand Supports Curbing Tag Tax Manager

Ending tax on tags would be fairer to all The majority of complaints in a tax office come from the motor vehicle divisions; the wait lines are frustrating, made more so by having to shell out far too much money on your birthday just to be able to drive to work. The laws governing motor vehicle ...

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Ferdinand says new tax service center to end long lines

Jun 20, 2012 No Comments ›› Manager

Citizens, taxpayers and dignitaries from across metro Atlanta converged on Greenbriar Mall Thursday, August 3, 2006, at 10 a.m. for the formal opening of the Tax Service Center at Greenbriar Mall. The center is operated by the Office of the Tax Commissioner of Fulton County . “This office is twice the size of previous facilities,” says Tax Commissioner Arthur Ferdinand. ...

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