Georgia Sales Tax Rate Changes for 2022 Georgia: Sales Tax Handbook

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2022 Georgia Sales Tax Changes

Over the past year, there have been 32 local sales tax rate changes in Georgia. This table lists each changed tax jurisdiction, the amount of the change, and the towns and cities in which the modified tax rates apply. This page will be updated monthly as new sales tax rates are released. For other states, see our list of nationwide sales tax rate changes.


Change Date Tax Jurisdiction Sales Tax Change Cities Affected
March 2022 Rabun
Raised from 7% to 8%
Tiger and Wiley
March 2022 Baxley Lowered from 8% to 7% Baxley
March 2022 Bremen Lowered from 8% to 7% Bremen and Waco
March 2022 Brooks
Raised from 7% to 8%
Brooks
March 2022 Dawson
Raised from 7% to 8%
Marble Hill
March 2022 Milner
Raised from 7% to 8%
Milner
March 2022 Monroe
Raised from 7% to 8%
Monroe, Bolingbroke and Smarr
March 2022 Nelson
Raised from 6% to 7%
Nelson
March 2022 Baldwin
Raised from 7% to 8%
Haddock and Hardwick
March 2022 Clayton
Raised from 7% to 8%
Clayton
March 2022 Dillard
Raised from 7% to 8%
Rabun Gap and Dillard
March 2022 Forsyth
Raised from 7% to 8%
Forsyth
March 2022 Buchanan Lowered from 8% to 7% Tallapoosa and Buchanan
March 2022 Cherokee
Raised from 6% to 7%
Lebanon
March 2022 Mcdonough
Raised from 7% to 8%
Mcdonough
March 2022 West Point
Raised from 7% to 8%
Lagrange and West Point
March 2022 Locust Grove
Raised from 7% to 8%
Mcdonough and Locust Grove
March 2022 Tallulah Falls
Raised from 7% to 8%
Lakemont and Tallulah Falls
March 2022 Atlanta Tsplost Tl Lowered from 8.9% to 8.5% Atlanta
March 2022 Haralson Co Tsplost Tr Lowered from 8% to 7% Cedartown, Rockmart, Temple, Bremen, Bowdon, Tallapoosa, Buchanan and Felton
March 2022 Muscogee Co Tsplost Tr
Raised from 8% to 9%
Columbus, Fort Benning, Midland, Fortson, Cataula, Box Springs and Upatoi
February 2022 Ila
Raised from 7% to 8%
Ila
February 2022 Perry
Raised from 7% to 8%
Perry
February 2022 Oconee Lowered from 8% to 7% Oconee
February 2022 Atlanta Lowered from 8.9% to 8.5% Decatur and Atlanta
February 2022 Douglas Lowered from 8% to 7% Douglas
February 2022 Screven Lowered from 8% to 7% Screven
February 2022 Surrency Lowered from 8% to 7% Surrency
February 2022 Mountain City
Raised from 7% to 8%
Mountain City
February 2022 Fort Oglethorpe
Raised from 7% to 8%
Fort Oglethorpe
August 2021 Macon
Raised from 7% to 8%
Macon
August 2021 Bibb County
Raised from 7% to 8%
Macon and Lizella

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