Alabama Department of Revenue Enforcement

  • Agency: Alabama Department of Revenue Enforcement
  • Address: 50 N Ripley St, 955 Downtowner Boulevard, Montgomery, 36130 AL
  • Chief:
Phone: 334-242-1170
Fax:
Email:

Alabama Department of Revenue Enforcement is located at 50 N Ripley St, 955 Downtowner Boulevard, Montgomery, 36130 AL. The Alabama Department of Revenue Enforcement phone number is 334-242-1170.

Alabama Department of Revenue Enforcement News

You don’t need to hide from your tax obligations. Apply today for tax amnesty to save money on penalties and interest. Visit www.AlabamaTaxAmnesty.com, the deadline is September 30.

Commissioner Barnett signed an order yesterday regarding motor vehicles engaged in interstate disaster relief efforts traveling through Alabama.

We want to #hireablazer! UAB - The University of Alabama at Birmingham students come by and see us at the Meet the Firms event. We'd love to tell you about the great opportunities the department has to offer for accounting students. We'll be on campus until 5 p.m.

Yea Alabama! The University of Alabama students come by the Ferguson Center from now until 7 p.m. to visit with us and learn about what great job and internship opportunities we have to offer. #rolltide

Have you received an MLI questionnaire? Click on the link below to access the Motor Vehicle Title Registration and Insurance portal. There are several helpful applications on this page to assist you. If you need to contact the Motor Vehicle Division call 334-242-9000. https://mliportal.mvtrip.alabama.gov/Public/Index

South Alabama is awaiting the arrival of Tropical Storm Gordon. Keep an eye on weather conditions as we go into the evening.

Don't forget our office are closed on Monday for Labor Day. We will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, September 4. Have a safe holiday weekend!

Don't fall for it! It might not be tax season, but always be vigilant when it comes to your personal and financial information.

Criminals impersonating the #IRS are an ongoing threat. Stay alert: http://www.irs.gov/alerts

Are you looking for an internship? Come find us at @aucareer Internship and Part-Time Job Fair on Wednesday, August 29th. #HireAuburn #AUCareerFair

We are accepting applications for fall and spring accounting interns now. Learn more at https://revenue.alabama.gov/internship/.

Athens State University we are hoping for some of your best and brightest accounting students to become ADOR interns. We enjoyed our visit to this beautiful campus and getting the opportunity to share some of the great things our department has to offer your students. If you are a sophomore, junior or senior majoring in accounting, check out the link below to see if you qualify for this program. https://revenue.alabama.gov/internship/

Important reminder! We highly recommend everyone take a few minutes to check your withholding before tax season arrives to avoid any surprises.

Applications are being accepted through September 30.

Did you know? Most taxes administered by the Alabama Department of Revenue, with the exception of motor fuel, motor vehicle, and property taxes, are eligible for the 2018 Amnesty Program. This includes but is not limited to corporate and individual income, business privilege, financial institution excise, consumers use, sellers use, withholding, and sales. For a list of eligible and ineligible taxes click on the link below. You still have time to submit an application.

Great stuff from the IRS! The IRS Withholding Calculator can help people with more than one job check if they have the right amount of tax withheld from their pay. http://www.irs.gov/withholding #PaycheckCheckup

Do you own a business in Alabama? If so, you may owe business privilege tax. If you are delinquent on these taxes, you can apply for amnesty today at www.AlabamaTaxAmesty.com to save money on penalties and interest.

The Alabama Department of Revenue has issued its preliminary guidance on the impact of the provisions of the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). For up-to-date TCJA guidance click on the link below. https://revenue.alabama.gov/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/180730_TCJAeffectsAlabama.pdf

Beginning December 2017, some licensing officials started implementing a new print on demand (POD) validation decal process to replace the renewal month and year decals displayed on Alabama license plates. All licensing officials are to be converted to the new POD process by January 1, 2019. For more details and information click on the link below to read the entire memo. https://revenue.alabama.gov/2018/07/27/memo-update-on-new-print-on-demand-license-plate-validation-decals/