Tax help sessions

March 18, 2015—If you are a nonresident for tax purposes and you have questions about filing your Georgia state taxes, there are a few ways to get help starting next week. You should complete your federal tax forms using the Foreign National Tax Resource (FNTR) before attending any of the sessions below. Tax info >>

The terms 'resident' and 'nonresident' are also used by the Department of Homeland Security regarding your immigration status, but they are defined differently by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for tax purposes. Not sure if you're a nonresident for tax purposes? Use the Foreign National Tax Resource (FNTR) to find out.

Group info session

First, the Office of the Controller will be hosting a tax info session on Tuesday, March 24.

Tax Info Session for International Students and Scholars
Tuesday, March 24
5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Goizueta Business School
Boynton Auditorium, Room E130

Experts from the controller's office will walk you through the process of filing your Georgia tax forms. 


One-on-one consultation

If you've completed your federal tax forms using FNTR and are having trouble filling out your Georgia state tax forms, you can schedule a 15-minute appointment with a representative from the controller's office. These appointments are available between 2:30 and 5:30 p.m. on March 26, April 2, and April 9. View schedule >>