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How do I apply for a surety bond?

The applicant(s) shall complete an electronic request for an Alabama certificate of title under surety bond (form MVT 10-1A) utilizing the department’s Surety Bond Portal. Upon approval of the request for a surety bond, the applicant(s) will be provided a Certificate of Title Surety Bond for a motor vehicle or manufactured home (form MVT 10-1), to be completed by the applicant(s) and the insurance company issuing the surety bond. Upon completion of the form MVT 10-1, the applicant(s) shall make application for certificate of title through a designated agent within ninety (90) days from the date the surety bond was executed.

The applicant(s) shall complete an electronic request for an Alabama certificate of title under surety bond (form MVT 10-1A) utilizing the department’s Surety Bond Portal. Upon approval of the request for a surety bond, the applicant(s) will be provided a Certificate of Title Surety Bond for a motor vehicle or manufactured home (form MVT 10-1), to be completed by the applicant(s) and the insurance company issuing the surety bond. Upon completion of the form MVT 10-1, the applicant(s) shall make application for certificate of title through a designated agent within ninety (90) days from the date the surety bond was executed.
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No. Section 11 of the act specifically states that no refunds will be granted or paid for tax years ending before January 1, 2020, related to the provisions of the act. As a result, no adjustments related to the decoupling from the federal changes to IRC Section 118 can be made to previously filed returns. No assessments will be issued, no refunds or credits will be granted, and no adjustment of any tax attributes such as Net Operating Losses can be made.

No. Section 11 of the act specifically states that no refunds will be granted or paid for tax years ending before January 1, 2020, related to the provisions of the act. As a result, no adjustments related to the decoupling from the federal GILTI provisions can be made to previously filed returns. No assessments will be issued, no refunds or credits will be granted, and no adjustment of any tax attributes such as Net Operating Losses can be made.

Yes. Act 2021-1 provides that “All business income shall be apportioned to this state by multiplying the income by the sales factor.” This apportionment formula will therefore apply to all income taxpayers with business income apportioned to this state for tax periods beginning on or after January 1, 2021, including those that are subject to the rules 810-27-1-.18.02 through 810-27-1-.18.07. For purposes of the single sales factor apportionment formula, these rules will continue to provide the appropriate procedures for these taxpayers to determine their sales that are attributable to Alabama.

The ONE SPOT system will allow returns to be filed with ACH Debit and ACH Credit method payments only. The system will not allow an ACH Debit taxpayer to complete their return filing without completing the necessary information to authorize the ACH Debit payment. The ACH Credit payment is separate from the ONE SPOT system and must be initiated by the taxpayer through their banking institution. Returns successfully submitted for ACH Debit and ACH Credit taxpayers will be exported to the local government.

Upon the completion of the Third Party Designation Form, ALDOR can provide the returns, payments and payment data files to the authorized third party administrator.