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Taxation limits on local governments; municipalities and school districts in the state of Georgia

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  1. Sources of state and local government tax revenues
  2. Municipality's fiscal years ends
  3. Property tax
  4. Why there is need to limit taxation in a state ?
  5. Property and assessed values
  6. Current rates of income tax in Georgia and the need to guard against double taxation
  7. Limits on taxation applied by the State of Georgia to municipalities
  8. Limits on taxation applied by the State of Georgia to school districts
  9. Discussion and analysis of constitutional and statutory limitations

There exist a number of limits on taxation both statutory and constitutional that apply in the state of Georgia. The reasons for the existence of such limitations vary, but majorly they are meant to check county government expenditure, Ensure property taxes are maintained at reasonable and reduced rates and improve the accountability of the municipalities and district schools in the collection and the use of public funds (Brazer, 2008).

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