Georgia Tax Deadbeats Include Many Well-Paid Government Employees

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Some of the highest-paid people in state government have been caught up in the Georgia Department of Revenue's latest search for potential tax deadbeats. The employees' names haven't been made public. But an analysis done by the department at the The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's request shows that 62 state employees earning more than $125,000 a year did not file a state tax return in 2002. Included are 27 employees at Georgia Tech, 13 at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta and 10 at the University of Georgia. State workers and their taxes became . . .

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