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I want to establish a payment plan. Can I do that in the Office of Taxpayer Advocacy?

If you want to establish a payment plan, submit your request under MyAlabamaTaxes. If your liability is in the collection stage, contact the Collection Services Division at (334) 242-1220, or download Form C:41E. Search for Form

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417 20th Street North
Stop 151
Birmingham, AL 35203

Ph: (205) 761-4876

Fax: (855) 822-2206

Submit the following:
  • Verification of driver’s license for state of residency
  • Copy of return filed with state of residency
  • Copy of motor vehicle / tag registration
  • Copy of voter registration
  • Leave and Earnings Statement

Yes. According to Reg. 810-3-15-.21 –Nonresident individuals receiving taxable income from property owned or business transacted (including wages for personal services) within Alabama are taxable on such income from within Alabama. They should file a Nonresident Individual Income Tax Return, Form 40NR, each year.

Yes. According to Reg. 810-3-2-.01-Individuals domiciled within Alabama (residents) are taxable on their income, whether earned within or without Alabama, subject to certain exclusions and exemptions as provided under Alabama income tax law, regardless of their physical presence within Alabama at any time during the taxable year. Alabama residents should file a Resident Individual Income Tax Return, Form 40 or 40A, each year.