What are the submission dates for making my payment?
Tax payment transactions are due on or before the due date of the return.
NOTE: EFT payments must be transmitted BEFORE 4:00pm CST on or before the due date, to be considered timely paid.
NOTE: If you have debit block on your bank account, please provide the following information to your bank so that your bank will allow the tax payment(s) to be processed without rejecting:
(Company ID #) for Alabama Department of Revenue Payments
(Company ID #s) for Non-State Administered (NSA) Local Payments
You may submit the payment at any time up until the due date to be considered timely.
If you submit your payment early before the Due Date, you can choose to warehouse your payment so that the payment will not be deducted from your bank account until one business day subsequent to the Payment Date that you selected. If you choose not to edit the payment date, the payment date will default to the same date you are making your payment and the payment will be made the next business day if your payment is submitted before 4:00 p.m. CST, or two subsequent business days if filed after 4:00 p.m. CST. If you wish for the payment to NOT be deducted from your bank account until the DUE DATE, you must EDIT THE PAYMENT DATE FIELD and enter that date. You can change this date to any date from the default Payment Date up to the REMIT DUE DATE. Unless you select a later date, the payment will be deducted from your bank account the NEXT BUSINESS DAY.
Related FAQs in Electronic Funds Transfer, Make A Payment
Yes, but payments must be cancelled the same day by 4:00 p.m. Central Time, while the status of that request shows as “Pending”. Click on the pending request, then click the “Withdraw” link then the “Confirm” button.
Yes, but only if the unpaid billing or assessment has not been transferred to the ADOR’s Collection Services Division (CSD). If the unpaid liability has been transferred to CSD, please contact the CSD at (334) 242-1220 to inquire about available payment methods.
The first time you Sign Up to use My Alabama Taxes (MAT), you will need your tax account number, Sign On ID, Access Code. You must have a valid tax account number with the Alabama Department of Revenue to use the MAT payment system; or, if your tax payment does not require a tax account number, you must have filed a tax return with the ADOR within the past three years.
Sales, Use and Rental taxes for all cities and counties can be paid online with the department. All state administered and certain self-administered city and county lodging taxes can be paid online as well. As part of ONE SPOT or the Electronic Filing Services provided for lodgings tax, the electronic data and payments for the non-state administered cities and counties will be transmitted to the local government or its tax administrator.