Georgia Sales Tax Rates By City and County
Georgia has a statewide sales tax of 4%. Municipal governments in Georgia are allowed to collect local sales taxes, so the total sales tax rate varies between cities, counties, and special districts.
Including these local taxes, the lowest sales tax rate in Georgia is 6% in 34 cities, including Marietta and Lawrenceville, and the highest sales tax is 9% in seven cities, including Columbus and Fort Benning. You can call the GA Department of Revenue with any sales tax questions toll-free at (877) 423-6711.
Georgia Sales Tax Calculator
You can use this simple Georgia sales tax calculator to determine the sales tax owed, and total price including tax, by entering the applicable sales tax rate and the purchase price of the item. Georgia's base sales tax rate of 4% is set by default.
Purchase Price + Tax:
Protip: Print out a free 4% sales tax table for quick sales tax calculations!
Georgia Sales Tax By Zip Code
Look up sales tax rates in Georgia by ZIP code with the tool below. Note that ZIP codes in Georgia may cross multiple local sales tax jurisdictions.
- Cities or counties marked with the † symbol have a local sales tax levied by that municipality
- One or more local Georgia sales tax rates have been changed as of February 2023