What are some examples of other additions to income?

Other Georgia additions include the following:

  • Loss carryovers from years when you were not subject to Georgia income tax
  • Depreciation because of differences in Georgia and federal law during tax years 1981 through 1986
  • Adjustments due to federal tax changes
  • Payments for more than $600 in a taxable year made to employees which are not authorized employees and which are not accepted by Code Section 48-7-21.1
  • Portion of charitable contributions for which a qualified education expense credit was claimed
  • Taxable portion of withdrawals on the Georgia Higher Education Savings Plan
  • Charitable donations related to the Land Conservation Credit

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