Mail your incorrect, torn or damaged refund check back with a note requesting a replacement check to Alabama Department of Revenue, Individual & Corporate Tax, P. O. Box 327410, Montgomery, Al 36132-7410.
All refunds are not automatically approved. Some returns must be reviewed by an examiner. This review generally requires additional information to be submitted. If you have not received your refund within 8-10 weeks of filing, then your refund may have been stopped for review. You will receive a letter requesting
If your refund has been offset by another state agency, you will need to contact that agency directly for information, even if the refund was taken in error or the debt has been paid. The other agency does not send state refunds back to ALDOR, but your refund or any
No. Alabama does not allow childcare tax credit.
Yes. Beginning with the tax year 2020, qualifying firefighters may exempt the following benefit payments from income to the extent the payments are included in their federal adjusted gross income: Lump sum benefit payments to a firefighter as a result of a cancer diagnosis up to a lifetime benefit of
Yes. Alabama residents will be allowed to deduct contributions made on or after January 1, 2018, by or on behalf of such individual to a health savings account of such individual to coincide with annual amount allotted by federal law or regulation.
Military personnel who list Alabama as their home of record are required to pay Alabama income tax regardless of where they are assigned, or the length of time spent in Alabama. Alabama income tax law does not exempt active duty military.
Yes. Report your income on a Form 40NR. You can get a copy of this form on this website. Exception: Under the Military Spouses Residency Relief Act (MSRRA), the spouse of an armed forces member is exempt from Alabama income tax when: The employee’s spouse is a military service member.