Georgia has released updated TY2020 Employer’s Tax Guide, G-7M, G-1003, GA-V, and G-7Q forms

Georgia has released its Employer’s Tax Guide, updated for TY 2020. Additionally it has released TY 2020 updated G-7M, G-1003, GA-V, and G-7Q forms, respectively the Quarterly Return for Monthly Payers, Income Statement Return, Withholding Payment Voucher, and the Georgia Quarterly Return for Quarterly Payers.

Employer’s Tax Guide Link

  • Applies tax laws as of January 1, 2020 (Rev. 01/20)
  • Previous updates have been incorporated into the language (removed language stating “Starting on X”)
  • Under question heading, “What income statements are not required to be sent to the Georgia Department of Revenue by the employer or issuer?”, language added: Please note, Form 1099-K must be submitted even if there is no Georgia State income tax withheld. See regulation 560-3-2.26 for more information about Form 1099-K. (emphasis added)
  • Hyperlink in PDF to G-7 Schedule B Quarterly Return for Semi-Weekly Payers updated to http://dor.georgia.gov/g-7-schedule-b

G-7M Link Quarterly Return for Monthly Payers

  • Drop-down date menu updated for TY 2020 (Rev. 3/20/19)

G-1003 Link Income Statement Return

  • Drop-down date menu updated for TY 2020 (Rev. 3/20/19)

GA-V Link Withholding Payment Voucher

  • Drop-down date menu updated for TY 2020 (Rev. 3/20/19)

G-7Q Link Quarterly Return for Quarterly Payers

  • Drop-down date menu updated for TY 2020 (Rev. 3/20/19)

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Gerry Nelligan

Gerry Nelligan is a Regulatory Analysis Supervisor at Sovos, leading a team of counsels covering information reporting, including 10-Series IRS reporting, Affordable Care Act (ACA) reporting and Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI). Gerry received his J.D. from Suffolk University Law School and his B.A. from Providence College. He is a licensed attorney in the state of Massachusetts.
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