Georgia farmers are urged to apply for the Georgia Agriculture Tax Exemption card in order to be exempt from paying sales tax on seed, fertilizer, fuel and other inputs. Although the tax exemption law is not new, applying for the annual GATE card permit began this year and takes effect Jan. 1, 2013. Producers who do not have a GATE card by that time will pay sales tax on all agricultural inputs. Applications can be completed online or by calling 1-855-FARM-TAX (3276-829). Read more (Growing Georgia).
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