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REGISTRATION FOR BUSINESS TAX ACCOUNT
If you are a need to register your business for paying regular, recurring business taxes, go to the Business Tax Online Registration System to register. The available tax types for registration can be seen here.

FILING/PAYING RECURRING BUSINESS TAX RETURNS
If your business is already registered to File and/or Pay regular, recurring business tax returns, go to My Alabama Taxes (MAT), log into your account, and select the desired tax period to file or pay.

PRIOR PERIOD BUSINESS RETURNS
TO BE FILED AND PAID
If your business has not filed and paid certain business tax returns for prior periods and you have not been contacted by the department seeking the returns and payments, you may be able to use the department’s Voluntary Disclosure procedures to become compliant. Contact the Voluntary Disclosure Unit here.

BUSINESS NEEDING TO PAY ELECTRONICALLY
If your business tax payment is $750.00 or more, it needs to be paid electronically, as opposed to being paid by check. You will need to make a Direct Debit payment or register to begin paying by ACH Credit. Click here for details.

FILING BUSINESS PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX RETURN
If you wish to file your business personal property tax return due to any county using the department’s OPPAL filing portal, click here. Note that property tax payments are made to the counties and not to ADOR.

PAY AMOUNT FROM A BILLING NOTICE
If you are attempting to pay the amount due on a billing notice received from the department, you may enter the Account Type, Account ID and Letter ID as shown on the billing notice and pay the amount here.

PAY A BILLING IN INSTALLMENTS
If you received a billing notice from the department and would like to Set Up a Payment Plan to pay the amount in installments, you may enter the Account Type, Account ID and Letter ID as shown on the billing notice and begin paying the amount here.

TAX DEBT IN COLLECTIONS
If you have a tax debt that is moving through the department’s collections process and wish to pay the liability in full or in installments, contact the collection services division at (334) 242-1220 for payment options.

TAX LIEN TO BE REMOVED
If you have a tax lien which is possibly preventing you from obtaining a loan, and you wish to pay it and obtain a lien release, contact the collection services division at (334) 242-1220 for payment options.

FILE/PAY INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX RETURN
If you are an individual (or joint) filer needing to file and pay a current or prior year’s income tax return, you may do so electronically through My Alabama Taxes (MAT), or you may use the Fill-In PDF Form which can be printed and mailed along with the payment.

PAY CURRENT YEAR’S AMOUNT DUE
If you have filed your current year’s income tax return but need to pay the amount due and you have not yet received a billing notice (individual, joint, or corporation), you may enter your Social Security Number or Federal Tax Identification Number and the tax period and pay the prior year’s amount here.

EXTENSION PAYMENT FOR CURRENT TAX YEAR
If you plan to file your prior year’s return by the extended due date and need to pay the amount due for the extension (individual, joint, or corporation), you may enter your Social Security Number or Federal Tax Identification Number and the tax period and pay the extension amount here.

ESTIMATED PAYMENTS FOR UPCOMING TAX YEAR
If you need to make estimated payments for the liability on the coming year’s income tax return (individual, joint, or corporation), you may enter your Social Security Number or Federal Tax Identification Number and the tax period and pay the estimated installment amount here.