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When is electronic funds transfer (EFT) filing required?

Section 41-1-20 requires electronic payments if your tax liability is $750.00.

Electronic Payment Options Available:

ACH Credit – Taxpayers may remit tax payments by electronic funds transfer (EFT). The taxpayer must be pre-approved by ADOR. To register, complete and submit Form EFT: EFT Authorization Agreement Form or call the EFT unit at 1-877-256-2447 or (334) 353-7659. For more information on EFT, please go to ADOR’s Make A Payment Page.

ACH Debit – Taxpayers making e-payments via ACH Debit must have a Sign On ID and Access Code to login to My Alabama Taxes (MAT) . Pre-registration is not necessary to make a payment on an invoice or assessment.

New taxpayers, who have recently registered with the Alabama Secretary of State, will receive an Online Filing Information letter. The Online Filing Information letter is for “information purposes” and provides the taxpayer with a Sign On ID and Access Code which permits access to My Alabama Taxes (MAT) via Internet.

Alabama Interactive – The Department will accept e-payments for estimated and automatic extension payments through Alabama Interactive. Visit Tax Estimation or Tax Extension .

Section 41-1-20 requires electronic payments if your tax liability is $750.

Electronic Payment Options Available:

ACH Credit – Taxpayers may remit tax payments by electronic funds transfer (EFT). The taxpayer must be pre-approved by ALDOR. To register, complete and submit Form EFT: EFT Authorization Agreement Form or call the EFT unit at 1-877-256-2447 or 334-353-7659. For more information on EFT, visit ALDOR’s Pay by EFT/ACH Page.

ACH Debit – Taxpayers making e-payments via ACH Debit must have a Sign On ID and Access Code to login to My Alabama Taxes. Pre-registration is not necessary to make a payment on an invoice or assessment.

New taxpayers, who have recently registered with the Alabama Secretary of State, will receive an Online Filing Information letter. The Online Filing Information letter is for “information purposes” and provides the taxpayer with a Sign On ID and Access Code which permits access to My Alabama Taxes.

Alabama Interactive – ALDOR will accept e-payments for estimated and automatic extension payments through Alabama Interactive. Visit Tax Estimation or Tax Extension.

Payments less than $750 not remitted electronically must be remitted with Form FIE-V. DO NOT MAIL FORM FIE-V IF THE PAYMENT IS REMITTED ELECTRONICALLY. To obtain Form FIE-V visit revenue.alabama.gov.

 

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Section 41-1-20 requires electronic payments if your tax liability is $750.

Electronic Payment Options Available:

ACH Credit – Taxpayers may remit tax payments by electronic funds transfer (EFT). The taxpayer must be pre-approved by ALDOR. To register, complete and submit Form EFT: EFT Authorization Agreement Form or call the EFT unit at 1-877-256-2447 or 334-353-7659. For more information on EFT, visit ALDOR’s Pay by EFT/ACH Page.

ACH Debit – Taxpayers making e-payments via ACH Debit must have a Sign On ID and Access Code to login to My Alabama Taxes. Pre-registration is not necessary to make a payment on an invoice or assessment.

New taxpayers, who have recently registered with the Alabama Secretary of State, will receive an Online Filing Information letter. The Online Filing Information letter is for “information purposes” and provides the taxpayer with a Sign On ID and Access Code which permits access to My Alabama Taxes.

Alabama Interactive – ALDOR will accept e-payments for estimated and automatic extension payments through Alabama Interactive. Visit Tax Estimation or Tax Extension.

Payments less than $750 not remitted electronically must be remitted with Form FIE-V. DO NOT MAIL FORM FIE-V IF THE PAYMENT IS REMITTED ELECTRONICALLY. To obtain Form FIE-V visit revenue.alabama.gov.

 

ACH Credit – Taxpayers may remit tax payments by electronic funds transfer (EFT). The taxpayer must be pre-approved by ADOR. To register, complete and submit Form EFT: EFT Authorization Agreement Form or call the EFT unit at 1-877-256-2447 or (334) 353-7659. For more information on EFT, please go to ADOR’s Make A Payment Page.

ACH Debit – Taxpayers making e-payments via ACH Debit must have a Sign On ID and Access Code to login to My Alabama Taxes (MAT) . Pre-registration is not necessary to make a payment on an invoice or assessment.

New taxpayers, who have recently registered with the Alabama Secretary of State, will receive an Online Filing Information letter. The Online Filing Information letter is for “information purposes” and provides the taxpayer with a Sign On ID and Access Code which permits access to My Alabama Taxes (MAT) via Internet.

Alabama Interactive – The Department will accept e-payments for estimated and automatic extension payments through Alabama Interactive. Visit Tax Estimation or Tax Extension .

Payments less than $750 not remitted electronically must be remitted with Form FIE-V. DO NOT MAIL FORM FIE-V IF THE PAYMENT IS REMITTED ELECTRONICALLY. To obtain Form FIE-V visit

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