Department of Finance
Office of Revenue
55 Trinity Avenue
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
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Gary Donaldson, CTP
About the Office of Revenue
The Office of Revenue administers billing and collection, business licensing, revenue assurance and auditing, accounts receivable management, lien recordings, payment processing and online services. The billing and self-reported collection accounts include general business licenses, hotel/motel taxes, car rental taxes, alcohol taxes, franchise fees, municipal leases, professional tax accounts and compliance with the City Code of Ordinances. Invest Atlanta is available to provide advice to entrepreneurs and small business owners.
Revenue audits are performed to ensure that businesses are accurately reporting all revenues due to the City. The accounts receivable team conducts ongoing review and analysis of major aged accounts and ultimately enforcement actions including the placement of liens to satisfy outstanding debts, with a primary focus on delinquent water/ wastewater and solid waste accounts. The Office of Revenue payment processing activities includes ensuring daily bank deposits, accounting and posting of City receipts to the general ledger and the management of online payment programs.
- iReceivables is an online application that enables you to view real-time balances and transaction information. It provides City Customers with the self-service ability to manage their accounts and print invoices online. City customers are able to view their aging, account balances, outstanding invoices, and open payments. If your invoice is misplaced or lost, a copy of the invoice can be obtained via access to iReceivables.
Note: iReceivables is only accessible to Oracle database customers. As such, it does not include Business Tax, Occupational Tax, and Alcohol Tax customers which are on aseparate database.
Customers must provide a company e-mail request in order to access iReceivables information.
iReceivables – Bill Management
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