ASA and the Georgia Collision Industry Association (GCIA) oppose the proposed automotive repair tax, and call on the association's Georgia members to contact their respective representatives in opposition to the legislation.
Sending a letter to your state legislators is easy; visit www.asashop.org for more information.
"A Comprehensive Revision of Revenue Structure and Taxation
Bill #: HB385
Bill Summary: A bill to be entitled an Act to amend Titles 48, 2, 28, 33, 36, 46, and 50 of the O.C.G.A., relating respectively, to revenue and taxation, agriculture, the General Assembly, insurance, local government, public utilities, and state government, so as to provide for comprehensive revision of the revenue structure of the State of Georgia; to implement the recommendations of the 2010 Special Council on Tax Reform and Fairness for Georgians as provided for and required by Chapter 12 of the Title 28 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated; to provide for comprehensive revision of personal income taxes; to redefine taxable net income; to provide for a flat rate tax structure; to eliminate adjustments to income except for personal exemptions and standard deductions and retirement income exclusions; to repeal certain income tax credits; to provide for procedures, conditions, and limitations; to provide for comprehensive revision of corporate income taxes; to reduce the rate of such income tax; to provide for procedures, conditions, and limitations; to revise and change certain adjustments to income; to repeal certain income tax credits ..."