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Business Privilege Tax Rate The tax rate for business privilege tax is graduated based on the entity's federal taxable income apportioned to Alabama. The rates range from $0.25 to $1.75 for each $1,000 of net worth in Alabama. The minimum business privilege tax is $100.
Get the current filing year's forms, instructions, and publications for free from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Download them from Order by phone at 1-800-TAX-FORM (1-800-829-3676)
If there is a question about your return, you may receive a request for information letter that asks for missing or additional information or a tax computation change letter that provides explanation of changes made to the tax return.
FORM K-40V INSTRUCTIONS Make your check or money order payable to \u201cKansas Income Tax\u201d for the full amount of your tax due.
FORM. 40V. NOTE: This payment voucher can only be used to pay the tax liability for your Alabama individual income tax return, auto- matic. extension, or amended tax return and cannot be used for any other kind of tax payment.
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Individual Income FormMaking a PaymentCurrent Form 40 \u2013 Individual Income Tax ReturnAlabama Department of Revenue P. O. Box 2401 Montgomery, AL 36140 -0001Current Form E40- Individual Income Tax Return (Payments)Alabama Department of Revenue P. O. Box 327467 Montgomery, AL 36132-74676 more rows
Nonresidents must file a return if their Alabama income exceeds the allowable prorated personal exemption. Part year residents whose filing status is \u201cSingle\u201d must file if gross income for the year is at least $4,000 while an Alabama resident.
State Only Return Requirements \u2013 Alabama state returns can be filed with the federal return or if the federal return was previously accepted, sent state-only through the Federal/State Electronic Filing Program.
§6621 (as provided by Alabama Code Section 40-18-80.1) to the underpayment for the period of underpayment. In addition, the 10% penalty provided for in Alabama Code Section 40-2A-11 applies to estimated tax payments not paid by the quarterly due date.
Current Form 40NR \u2013 Individual Income Tax Return (Nonresidents) Alabama Department of Revenue. P. O. Box 2401. Montgomery, AL 36140 -0001.

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