The success of Georgia’s film industry in recent years has been well documented, as the state has become the third best place to film in the entire country after California and New York City, bringing in billions upon billion of dollars per year in financial impact. Much of that success is of course owed to the tax credits offered to the industry by Governor Nathan Deal and the state legislature, who produced one of the best fiscally-conservative success stories in recent memory.
This year the legislature turned their focus to the music industry via HB 155, the Georgia Musical Investment Act, which seeks to offer similar tax credits to those given to the film industry in an attempt to put the Peach State on par with New York and Los Angeles as a top scene for music makers.
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