Alabama Income Tax E-File Information for 2015
Now almost any type of individual tax return that can be filed with the IRS can also be filed with the Alabama Department of Revenue. Alabama individual income tax returns (whether a refund, balance due, or no tax due) requiring the forms and schedules listed on the Alabama Department of Revenue website can be filed electronically during the upcoming filing season.
How to File Alabama Income Tax Returns
2014 Alabama Individual Income Tax Returns can be filed for FREE! More information at: Alabama E-services.
No retention requirement to store Form AL-8453. However, there is an Armed Forces Tax Council (all military branches) and OJAG, Code 16 (Navy) requirement to retain this form and necessary documents at VITA centers until December 31st of the year the return was filed.
Who Must File Alabama Income Taxes
Single residents or part-year residents with gross income of $4,000 or more; Single Head of Household residents or part-year residents with gross income of $7,700 or more; Married residents or part-year residents filing jointly with gross income of $10,500 or more; Married residents or part-year residents filing separately with gross income of $5,250 or more. Nonresidents receiving income from business conducted or property owned within the State if it exceeds the prorated personal exemption allowance.
Alabama Income Tax Forms
Residents: Form 40 or 40A. Nonresidents: 40NR
Alabama individual and business income taxpayers are no longer required to
file an Alabama extension form if they find they cannot meet their annual return filing deadline. Taxpayers will be given an automatic single six-month extension up to October 15, 2016 to file. No extensions are granted for
payment of taxes due and if are estimated to be owed, payment should be made using a payment voucher (Form 40V) by April 15, 2016.
Alabama Tax Exemptions
Single person or married person filing separate return: $1,500. Married couples filing joint return or head of household: $3,000. Dependent exemptions are based on AGI.
What are Alabama Use Taxes?
Items purchased for use in Alabama from out-of-state sellers who did not charge sales or use tax, you owe consumers use tax on the items. If you made no purchases from out-of-state sellers, enter 0 (zero) on line 19 and check the box. The general use tax rate of 4% applies to all purchases of merchandise, except where a different rate of tax is expressly provided. The automotive use tax rate of 2% applies to purchases of automotive vehicles.
When are Alabama Income Taxes Due?
Contact Information for AL Department of RevenueAlabama Department of Revenue Individual and Corporate Tax Division P.O. Box 327464 Montgomery, AL 36132-7464 General Information: (334) 242-1170 Member of Federal/State E-file Program Electronic Filing: (334) 353-9497 Website: Alabama Department of Revenue Web Refund Hotline: 1-800-558-3912 To complete returns online: E–file Webpage Forms: Alabama 2014 Forms;2014 Form 40 Booklet