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Archive of Press Releases 2004

  • May 5, 2016

New Weight Class for Truck Tags Effective Jan. 1, 2005

Tax Preparer Convicted for Preparing Fraudulent State Tax Returns

State Tax Convictions Handed Down in Madison and Pike Counties

End of Year Tax Preparer Seminars Scheduled

ADOR Extends Tax Relief to Include Oct 15 Filers Affected by Hurricane Ivan

Alabama Uniform Severance Tax on Natural Minerals Effective October 1

ADOR Online Service Makes Entity Registration Quick and Easy

Alabama Tax Relief Offered to Residents Affected by Hurricane Ivan

Alabama Tax Relief Offered to Florida Hurricane Victims

Huntsville Accountant Pleads Guilty to State Tax Charges

New ADOR Rule May Change Filing and Payment Methods for Some Employers

Alabama Tax Relief Offered to Florida Storm Victims

ADOR Hits 1 Million Mark in Business Tax Filings

New Laws Bring Changes in Motor Vehicle Registration Procedures, Jan. 1, 2005

ADOR Regulation Sets Stage for Increased E-filing in 2005

Changes in Motor Vehicle Registration Procedures for New Owners; Increased Delinquent Penalty Effective Aug. 1

St. Clair County Businessman Pleads Guilty to Felony State and City Tax Charges

Alabama Tax Return Form 40A Error

Cities Capitalize on State’s New Business Tax Filing System

Alabama Urges Taxpayers to Use FREE Online Tax Filing Program

Alabama Taxpayers Opt for E-File Applications over Paper

ADOR Signs Agreement to Combat Abusive Tax Avoidance Transactions

Reminder: March 31 Deadline Approaching for Farmers’ Gasoline Tax Refund

Riley Appoints New Revenue Commissioner

Alabama Filing Extensions Given to Alabamians Serving in Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom

Order of the Commissioner of Revenue

Alabama Follows Federal Law on Tax Treatment of PCB Settlement Proceeds

IRS: PCB Settlement Proceeds May Be Taxable

Revenue Commissioner Dwight Carlisle Resigns to Serve on Auburn University Board of Trustees

Montgomery Caterer Pleads Guilty to State Sales Tax Charges

Alabama E-Filing Gets Underway Jan. 16, 2004

ADOR Discontinues Bulk Printing and Mailing of Business Privilege Tax Returns

Deadline for Farmers’ Gasoline Tax Refund Claims Set March 31