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Georgia Payment Options

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What are My Georgia Payment Options?

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You can mail a check or money order along with payment voucher Form 525 TV.  The mailing address depends on whether you are filing electronically, by paper or filing a 2D return.  Please visit georgia.gov to determine the correct mailing address for your filing process.   

The Georgia Department of Revenue also accepts Visa, American Express, MasterCard, and Discover credit cards as payment for current year individual income tax due on original Forms 500, 500EZ, and 500ES, as well as for liabilities presented to taxpayers via Georgia Department of Revenue assessment notices. Credit cards are not accepted at this time for payments associated with extensions or amended returns.  To make a payment, use Official Payments CorporationÆs (OPC) secure website or call OPC toll-free at 1-800-2PAY-TAX. When calling, use Jurisdiction Code 2000. 

If you need assistance obtaining your notice number, you may contact the Compliance Division at (404) 417-6336 or the Taxpayer Services Division at (404) 417-2400 or by e-mail to taxpayer.services@dor.ga.gov .

In April 2006, the Department of Revenue implemented a system to allow taxpayers to file and pay certain business taxes electronically. Since that time, the system has been expanded to accept individual income and estimated tax payments. For information about the e-File & e-Pay System, visit our website at www.dor.ga.gov/busEfileEpay.aspx. You may also contact the Electronic Services Group at 404-417-4488, 1-888-604- 9875, or efile@dor.ga.gov for assistance. To access the e-File & e-Pay System, visit our website at https://gaefile.dor.ga.gov/HelpLinks/welcome.htm.individual_tax_forms.aspx.  Use Jurisdiction Code 2006 to pay business taxes.

OPC has been processing credit card payments since 1996, and works with many local, state, and federal government agencies--including the Internal Revenue Service. OPC accepts payments for a variety of personal and business taxes, and has become one of the leading providers of electronic payment options to government entities.

Additional information regarding the payment process, including answers to frequently asked questions, is available on OPC’s website.  Please note that there is a fee to pay by credit card. 

 

 


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Views: 3849 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Aug 06, 2015
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