Jeff Weinkle & Mitchell Kopelman
Georgia House Bill 1069 was signed into law by Governor Perdue early in June. Section Two of the new law, known as the “Angel Investor Tax Credit,” provides for a Georgia tax credit of up to $50,000 annually for investors of early‐stage, start‐up companies in Georgia. Angel investors provide capital for start‐up businesses in exchange for equity or convertible debt, and unlike venture capitalists, typically invest their own funds. For the complete article, visit Angel Investor Tax Credit.
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