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The Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission (GSFIC) is responsible for the issuance of all public debt of the State, including general obligation debt and guaranteed revenue debt. GSFIC consists of the Financing and Investment Division and the Construction Division. GSFIC’s core value is dedicated to continuous quality improvement in all of its activities.
Atlanta, GA – The State of Georgia’s tax collections during the month of August totaled $2.28 billion for a decrease of $25.4 million, or -1.1 percent, compared to August 2022 when net tax collections totaled nearly $2.31 billion. $181.6 million of August tax revenue changes were the result of the reinstatement of the Motor Fuel Excise Tax. Excluding Motor Fuel Tax revenues and prior year related local sales tax distributions made in August, all other net tax collections decreased by -4.8 percent, or $110 million, compared to August 2022.
Atlanta, GA – The State of Georgia’s net tax collections for the first month of FY 2024 totaled nearly $2.50 billion, for an increase of $289.3 million, or 13.1 percent, over July 2022 when net tax collections totaled almost $2.21 billion. $179.5 million of this increase, or 62 percent, was the result of the reinstatement of the Motor Fuel Excise Tax. Governor Kemp suspended the tax from March 18, 2022, through January 11, 2023, to help hardworking Georgians fight through 40-year high inflation. Excluding Motor Fuel Tax revenues, all other July 2023 net tax collections increased 5.0 percent, or $110 million over July 2022.
The State of Georgia’s net tax collections in June totaled $2.84 billion, for a decrease of $10.9 million, or -0.4 percent, compared to June 2022, when net tax collections totaled $2.85 billion. Year-to-date net tax collections totaled $33.13 billion, for an overall increase of $40.3 million, or 0.1 percent, compared to Fiscal Year 2022, when net tax revenues totaled $33.09 billion for the year.