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Posts from the Georgia Category

Is the Marketplace Fairness Act Fair for Wineries?

By Jeff Carroll - VP of Compliance, ShipCompliant

In short, yes, for a couple of reasons: 1. Wineries already pay sales tax in most states 2. The vast majority of wineries will likely be exempt from the law So what is it, exactly? Senate Bill S. 743, more commonly known as the “Marketplace Fairness Act“, is a pretty simple bill that would give [...]

May 7th, 2013

7 Tips for Getting Better at Age Verification for Wine Shipments in 2013

By Jeff Carroll - VP of Compliance, ShipCompliant

Verifying the age of online wine purchasers and shipping recipients is perhaps the most important and responsible task any online wine seller can engage in. Age verification not only protects your own licenses, but it supports the entire industry as being responsible and it protects against minors obtaining alcohol illicitly. As the new year approaches, [...]

December 18th, 2012

Save the Peach Trees! Alcohol Tax Filing Goes Online in Georgia

By Jessamyn Boltz - ShipCompliant Research Team

Alcohol Tax Filers who pay Georgia Excise Tax or related Georgia license fees will be required to file and renew online beginning September 2012 through the Georgia Tax Center (GTC). The Georgia Department of Revenue (GDOR) has sent out a notice stating that businesses can begin managing their alcohol tax account with the GTC and [...]

August 23rd, 2012

Hidden Costs of Direct Shipping Licensing

By Mackenzie Latham, ShipCompliant Services

Before jumping into a direct shipping program in a new state, wineries should consider their current prospect list, market potential, shipping difficulty and costs. When it comes to calculating start-up costs to enter a new state, there is often more than meets the eye. In addition to license fees, wineries may need to budget for [...]

March 3rd, 2010

Georgia Clarifies Direct-to-Consumer Shipping Rule

By Annie Bones, State Relations - Wine Institute

Wine Institute has received information clarifying Georgia’s direct-to-consumer wine shipping regulations. The rule allowing on-site shipments without a permit was not repealed on July 1, 2008 when the new permit law became effective. All wineries may continue to ship up to 5 cases of wine to a Georgia household annually provided the wine was purchased [...]

August 19th, 2008