The MAT system only recognizes that a return is missing. It does not take into account whether or not you met the filing requirement for that particular tax period. If you were not required to file a tax return for that tax year, please disregard the notification.
Part year residents whose filing status is “Single” must file if gross income for the year is at least $4,000 while an Alabama resident. Part year residents whose filing status is “Married Filing Separate Return” must file if gross income for the year is at least $5,250 while an Alabama resident. Part year residents whose filing status is “Head of Family” must file if gross income for the year is at least $7,700 while an Alabama resident. Those whose filing status is “Married Filing Joint Return” and whose gross income for the year is at least $10,500 must file an Alabama Individual Income Tax Return while an Alabama resident.
Nonresidents must file a return if their Alabama income exceeds the allowable prorated personal exemption.
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.
Please allow 24 to 48 business hours after electronically filing your return before checking on your return or your refund status. If our office shows no record of receiving your tax return after that time, please check your submission for a rejection before you resubmit your return electronically or mailing a copy to the appropriate address indicated on your return.