Getting into the holiday spirit, Gov. Zell Miller plans to cut state income taxes by $100 million annually.

At news conference earlier this month announcing the cuts, Miller said that beginning July 1, 1994, Georgia will permanently raise the amount taxpayers can deduct for each defendant to $2,500, a $1,000 increase. In addition, he said, the retirement income exclusion will be increased by $2,000, to $12,000.

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