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Sep 2019

Be ADOR’s B.E.S.T. at Free Business Tax Seminar in Mobile on Oct. 10

MOBILE, Sept. 26, 2019 – State tax obligations for business owners – licenses, sales tax, property tax, withholding, etc. – are a lot to be responsible for. To help Alabama business owners better understand and master these requirements, the Alabama Department of Revenue (ADOR) invites business owners to ADOR’s free Business Essentials for State Taxpayers […]

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Sep 2019

ADOR October Public Hearing Notice

MONTGOMERY, Sept. 24, 2019 — The Alabama Department of Revenue (ADOR) will hold a rule hearing on Oct. 8 at its central office in Montgomery. Rule actions are needed to comply with recent law changes, new guidelines or procedures. Hearing dates, times and proposed rule actions are detailed below. Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2019 Hearing Location: […]

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Sep 2019

Be ADOR’s B.E.S.T. at Free Business Tax Seminar in Huntsville on Oct. 8

HUNTSVILLE, Sept. 24, 2019 – State tax obligations for business owners – licenses, sales tax, property tax, withholding, etc. – are a lot to be responsible for. To help Alabama business owners better understand and master these requirements, the Alabama Department of Revenue (ADOR) invites business owners to ADOR’s free Business Essentials for State Taxpayers […]

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Sep 2019

Coleman Named ADOR Deputy Commissioner

MONTGOMERY, Sept. 23, 2019 – The Alabama Department of Revenue is pleased to announce that Derrick Coleman, Director of the Property Tax Division, has been promoted to the position of Deputy Commissioner of Revenue, effective October 1. Coleman has been with the department since September 1993, when he began his career in the Vehicle Valuation […]

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Sep 2019

MEMO Revised Interest Chart – Effective October 1, 2019

MEMORANDUM TO: County Probate Judges, County License Commissioners, License Inspectors, Other License Issuing OfficialsSUBJECT: Revised Interest Chart – Effective October 1, 2019 Attached is the updated interest rate chart as required by Section 40-1-44, Code of Alabama, 1975. Per the Internal Revenue Service, the interest rate remains at 5 percent for the upcoming license year. […]

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Sep 2019

ADOR to Host Local Government Outreach Meetings in October

Officials and revenue employees from all counties and municipalities invited to attend MONTGOMERY, Sept. 18, 2019 – The Alabama Department of Revenue (ADOR) will host a series of outreach meetings with local government officials to provide updates on the implementation of legislative initiatives that affect all local taxing authorities. ADOR first held similar meetings in […]

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Sep 2019

ADOR Launches New Services in Motor Vehicle Portal

MONTGOMERY, Sept. 13, 2019 – The Motor Vehicle Division of the Alabama Department of Revenue is introducing two new features to its Motor Vehicle Title Registration and Insurance Portal (MVTRIP) – the Public Title Portal and the Records Request Portal. “The Motor Vehicle Division embraces the latest in technology to streamline taxpayer services,” said Jay […]

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Sep 2019

ADOR Offering Relief to Corporate Taxpayers Affected by TCJA

MONTGOMERY, Sept. 4, 2019 – The Alabama Department of Revenue is providing relief from late-filing penalties for certain corporate taxpayers who are encountering difficulties meeting October state filing deadlines while trying to also file their federal returns by the October federal deadline. Adding to this challenge is the complexity associated with the continued implementation of […]