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If I am a victim of identity theft, what should I do?

If you know or even suspect someone has stolen your identity, complete and submit an Identity Theft Affidavit. You should also visit, https://revenue.alabama.gov/services/alabama-taxpayer-identity-theft-tax-fraud/ and https://www.irs.gov/identity-theft-central.

If you know or even suspect someone has stolen your identity, complete and submit an Identity Theft Affidavit. You should also visit, https://revenue.alabama.gov/services/alabama-taxpayer-identity-theft-tax-fraud/ and https://www.irs.gov/identity-theft-central.

Related FAQs in General - Individual Income Tax, Individual Income Tax

Ex-spouses remain individually liable on a final assessment entered on a joint tax return, even if the parties have mutually agreed that only one of the parties will be responsible for payment. Such decisions are not binding on the Alabama Department of Revenue.

You have several available resources for assistance:

Specific instructions for all three of Alabama’s income tax returns are available on this website or in print.
Submit your questions via the Help Center.
Contact the Alabama Taxpayer Service Center nearest you. Go to https://revenue.alabama.gov/taxpayer-service-centers/ for contact information or to schedule an appointment.

For assistance with your bankruptcy, please contact our Legal Division at 334-242-9690.

For assistance with your garnishment, please contact our Collections Services Division at 334-242-1220.

Yes. The TTY number is (334) 242-3061.

The IRS can be reached by calling 1-800-829-1040, visiting their website at www.irs.gov, or you can contact to your local IRS office. Go to https://www.irs.gov/help/contact-your-local-irs-office to find your local IRS office.