Suwanee has established a new ordinance providing a one-time credit of up to $500 to existing and new businesses for occupation taxes owed to the city. (Courtesy City of Suwanee)

Suwanee offers businesses one-time credit for occupation taxes

As part of a program to provide relief to Suwanee businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, The Suwanee City Council voted unanimously May 14 to establish a new ordinance providing a one-time credit of up to $500 to existing and new businesses for occupation taxes owed to the city.

For the calendar years 2020 and/or 2021, Suwanee will reduce occupational tax assessments through a tax credit up to $500 for each business within city limits that pays an occupational tax. The new ordinance is in effect until the close of business on March 31, 2021.

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