Products

S-TaxProperty

Business Personal Property Tax Return Software provides popular time savings during tax season.

S-TaxPro

Since 1992, the premier Georgia Sales & Use Tax software for accounting & bookkeeping firms and retail chains.

S-TaxPlus

Georgia Sales & Use Tax return software for individual retail businesses, dealers, and contractors with only one Sales Tax Number (STN).

New Atlanta and Fulton County Local Sales Taxes

As per Georgia Department of Revenue Policy Bulletin SUT-2017-01 published on January 18, 2017.  https://dor.georgia.gov/documents/sales-tax-bulletin-new-atlanta-and-fulton-county-sales-taxes

We urge everyone to read the entire bulletin but, here are some excerpts:

“On November 8, 2016 the electorate of the City of Atlanta voted to levy the Atlanta MARTA Sales Tax at a rate of 0.5 percent beginning March […]

Font and Help Installation Utility – Network workstations

The GA DOR requires certain fonts be used in order for our forms to be certified.

Network and server software installations please take note: If you install the S-Tax software onto your server and have your workstations launching the software from a “shared” copy then, your workstations may not have the fonts installed on them. […]

Antivirus software causing problems?

It is our strongest recommendation that you add both the S-Tax program folder and your S-Tax data folders to the list of trusted products in your antivirus products before any processing.

While the basic processing methods in S-Tax software have not changed in more than 10 years, antivirus software has evolved quite a bit.   […]

$50 Cash for Successful Referrals!

$50 Cash for Successful Referrals!   Send us new business and we’ll send you a check!

The rules are quite simple: When you refer a new subscriber to S-Tax Georgia for any of our products, you will receive a check for $50 sent promptly after we receive their payment. This offer is good for an […]

Tobacco Excise Tax Exemptions – Updated

UPDATED September 24, 2015 — IMPORTANT NEWS!

Acting upon advice from the GA DOR Auditors, S-Tax will no longer support or provide data input for Tobacco Excise Tax Exemptions.

We have been advised that virtually none of our clients will ever qualify for these exemptions and many audits have revealed that these exemptions are being […]

State Hotel-Motel Fee

An important bulletin from the Georgia DOR:

The Georgia Department of Revenue has adopted Emergency Rule 560-13-2-.30-.01 State Hotel-Motel Fee. The newly adopted regulation and the State Hotel-Motel Fee FAQ are posted on the Department’s website.

To continue receiving email notices from the Georgia Department of Revenue after July 1, 2015, please sign up for […]

Counties with Negative Sales Not Allowed

GTC will no longer process your returns correctly if they include counties with negative sales.

Instead, you will have to file a request for a refund from the DOR/GTC in cases of merchandise returns or other similar situations. A copy of GTC’s instructions for requesting a refund is shown below.

While this has been the […]

2014 Addresses for Georgia County Board of Tax Assessors Offices & Freeport Exemption Information

County Tax Assessors aren’t on the Postal Service’s Frequent Movers List, but they do occasionally change addresses.  Each year, for your convenience, we assemble a list that contains the most current addresses of County Tax Assessor’s Offices that we can determine.  While we make our best effort, we can’t guarantee the accuracy of the information, […]

Subscribe or Renew Online!

Now it’s easier than ever to subscribe or renew your subscription to S-Tax. We’re happy to announce that you can now pay online with your credit card.  It’s fast and convenient!

IMPORTANT NOTE: Online ordering takes place on a secure system so it is not connected to any outside databases, including our client database. The […]

Sales Tax Reporting for Auto Dealers

We get many questions regarding the requirements for reporting sales tax for auto dealers. The following is our best information and we post it here with the caveat that we have no definitive or clear explanations from the Georgia Department of Revenue. Therefore, should you have further questions or need to verify this information, we […]