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How can I check on my individual income tax refund?
How do I obtain a copy of my return? I don’t see it on My Alabama Taxes
If I have other questions about my Alabama Individual Income Tax Return, who should I contact?
What happens if I am no longer married to the person with whom I filed an Individual Income Tax return?
Can I file my Alabama Individual Income Tax Return electronically from my home using my personal computer?
Can my Alabama Individual Income Tax Return be filed electronically?
Does Alabama have a simplified or EZ form?
How can I get Alabama tax forms?
I do not see my tax return on My Alabama Taxes, how do I obtain a copy of my return?
If I am a resident of Alabama, but work in another state or country, am I required to file an Alabama tax return?
If I am not a resident of Alabama, but earned income from Alabama sources, am I required to file an Alabama tax return?
When should I file my Alabama Individual Income Tax Return?
Who must file an Alabama Individual Income Tax Return?
Can I set up a payment plan?
Does Alabama offer a payment plan option?
How can I view previous estimate payments I have made?
Can I deduct childcare expenses on my Alabama Individual Income Tax Return?
What are the limitations on my IRA deduction?
What is Alabama’s Individual Income Tax Rate?
What is an Electing Family Limited Liability Entity?
Is a rollover from an out‐of‐state qualified 529 plan into another qualifying Alabama 529 plan by an individual that files a joint Alabama State income tax return eligible for an Alabama State income tax deduction of up to a $5,000 or $10,000?
Does Alabama provide for a federal income tax deduction?.
Section 40-18-2, Code of Alabama 1975, imposes a tax on every nonresident individual receiving income from property owned or business transacted in Alabama. Also, Section 40-18-14 states that the taxable income of a nonresident individual includes only income from property owned or business transacted in Alabama. An installment note, held by someone who is not in the business of holding installment notes, derived from the sale of investment real property or rental real property by a nonresident individual, would be intangible property that was acquired as income from property held in this state or as a result of business done in this state. “Business income” is defined in Section 40-27-1, Code of Alabama 1975, as income arising from transactions and activities in the regular course of the taxpayer’s trade or business and includes income from tangible and intangible property if the acquisition, management, and disposition of the property constitute integral parts of the taxpayer’s regular trade of business operations. Accordingly, interest that is attributable to the installment note in this situation is taxable for Alabama purposes. Is the interest from the installment note subject to the withholding requirements of Section 40-18-86, Code of Alabama 1975?
What are the recent law changes that affect filing a financial institution excise tax return?
Where can I find more information pertaining to consolidated financial institution excise tax returns?
Does Alabama provide for a federal income tax deduction?
Are any employees exempt from withholding tax?