Ga. Judges pass Limousine Co.’s sales tax rebate offer.


By Paul Williams (June 1, 2022, 7:40 p.m. EDT) — The Georgia Supreme Court on Wednesday declined to review an appeals court’s denial of nearly $900,000 in sales tax refunds for a corporation of limousines which claimed that its services were eligible for an exemption and local governments had no right to tax them.

State judges denied a motion for certiorari from Executive Limousine Transportation Inc. that asked the court to review a 2021 state appeals court finding that the Georgia Limousine Carrier Act, or GLCA, does not exempt the company from paying state and local sales taxes on its route fares. As usual, the court did not explain its decision not to accept…

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