Georgia Department of RevenueInformational Bulletin SUT 2010-10-13 (Revised December 3, 2010)Conformity to Certain Provisions of the Streamlined Sales and UseTax Agreement as Amended Through August 17, 2010
: HB 1221 was passed by the 2010 Georgia General Assembly and
signed into law by Governor Sonny Perdue to bring Georgia’s sales and use tax
statutorydefinitions and certain procedures into conformity with the Streamlined Sales and UseTax Agreement adopted by the Streamlined Sales Tax Governing Board, as amendedthrough August 17, 2010
. These changes were enacted so thatGeorgia could petition for membership in the Agreement. This Bulletin confirms that asof the Effective Date the Department of Revenue's administrative policies will alsoconform to the requirements of the Agreement.
Upon the effective date of Georgia’s membership in the Agreement
All previous documents and any oral directives in conflict.
O.C.G.A. §§ 48-8-59, 48-8-2, 48-8-77, 48-8-38, 48-8-49, 48-8-45, 48-8-76.
An informational bulletin is intended to provide guidance to the public and toDepartment personnel. It is a written statement issued to apply principles of law to aspecific set of facts or a general category of taxpayers. An informational bulletin does nothave the force or effect of law, and is not binding on the public. It is, however, theDepartment's position and is binding on agency personnel until superseded or modifiedby a change in statute, regulation, court decision, or advisory opinion.
Administrative conformity with certain provisions of the Streamlined Sales andUse Tax Agreement.
Discussion of Issues:Seller Registration
A person appointed by a seller to represent the seller before the member states may registerthat
seller in Georgia (the “State”) under uniform procedures adopted by the states that are
members of the Agreement.