Last week, Gov. Nathan Deal signed HB 386 into law, a move supporters say marks a positive step in tax reform for Georgians. State Sen. Bill Heath, R-Bremen, chairman of the Senate Finance Committee and co-chairman of the Special Joint Committee on Georgia Revenue Structure, applauded Deal’s action in signing the tax reform package.
In a news release last week, Heath said HB 386 will promote pro-jobs, pro-family tax reform with measures that cut taxes for Georgia citizens, recognize the value of marriage and increase the competitiveness of Georgia businesses.
“I was honored to stand by as Governor Deal signed this innovative tax reform package into law,” Heath said. “This will provide much-needed tax relief to Georgia families and open the door for businesses to call Georgia home. By adopting this reform, we are modernizing our outdated tax code and making significant progress