It’s an issue that played out earlier this year when state officials launched one of the largest tax preparation fraud investigations in Georgia history. Despite calls by consumer advocates, tax preparers in Georgia do not need to be professionally licensed to work here.
And some of the state’s top officials say they don’t think that needs to change.
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