Withholding Tax Forms

Georgia Withholding Forms

G-4 Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate The State of Georgia Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate (Form G-4) is a document that employees in the state of Georgia use to claim withholding allowances for state income tax purposes. Withholding allowances are used to determine the amount of income tax that should be withheld from an employee's pay. By claiming a certain number of allowances on the Form G-4, an employee can reduce the amount of income tax withheld from their pay. This can be helpful for employees who expect to have lower income tax liability, as it allows them to receive more of their pay in each paycheck rather than having a larger refund at the end of the tax year. The Form G-4 must be completed and submitted to the employee's employer in order to claim withholding allowances for Georgia state income tax.
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