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Category: Individual & Corporate Income Tax


Jan 2018

ADOR Deploys First Statewide Identity Protection Program to Fight State Income Tax Refund Theft

The Alabama eID app is a highly secure and free service for Alabama taxpayers just in time for tax season After a successful 2017 pilot program, IDEMIA and the Alabama Department of Revenue have announced the full-scale deployment of the electronic ID app (Alabama eID) to protect residents against state income tax refund theft. The […]


Mar 2016

To taxpayers who file Form 65 – Partnership/Limited Liability Company Return of Income

For the 2015 tax year, the Alabama Department of Revenue added Schedule DE to Form 65. Schedule DE requires partnerships to report certain information related to their ownership of disregarded entities, including the total income and Alabama source income of each disregarded entity. To the extent the partnership did not maintain separate books and records […]


Jul 2015

Tax Guidance: Alabama Income Tax Filing Status for Same‐Sex Couples

Pursuant to the June 26, 2015, U. S. Supreme Court decision authorizing same-sex marriages, the Alabama Department of Revenue will accept “married filing jointly” income tax returns filed by same-sex couples. For tax years within the statute of limitations, same-sex couples who filed “single” returns will be allowed to amend their tax returns to file […]