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

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

Millions of Americans will be celebrating Independence Day this weekend! With the hot Alabama weather barbecues will be a popular outdoor activity. Check out some popular items from last year.

Taxpayer Service Centers are a great resource for taxpayers. Check out our website to find one near you!

Come see us in Mobile on July 10 for the B.E.S.T. Seminars happening at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. This is a great opportunity to ask your questions and talk directly with subject matter experts. Call 251-344-4737, ext. 3539 to reserve your stop today.

It's going to be a busy summer at ADOR! We have new interns arriving, the Taxpayer Amnesty Program will be kicking off, and we're getting ready for the Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday. Stay up to date by following us on Facebook, Twitter and checking our website!

Know an accounting student? We are always looking for interns to work in one of our tax divisions in Montgomery or one of our offices across the state. Find out more here:

Mark your calendar for July 20-22!

This program is kicking off July 1. Make sure your family and friends know about this great opportunity.

A great new group of interns arrived in the office today! We can't wait to get to know them as they learn how much their work will benefit the state. Commission Barnett and Deputy Commissioner Stewart spoke with them about the evolving world of taxes.

If you are in the Auburn/ Opelika area and need assistance with your taxes or business stop by our Taxpayer Service Center and visit with this great group! You will be so glad you did. They are located at 3300 Skyway Drive in Auburn.

Thank you to all of the taxpayers who attended our B.E.S.T. seminar in Birmingham this morning. We enjoyed sharing this useful information with you. Make plans to join us soon, we love meeting our taxpayers and it's FREE! Even if you are just considering opening a business come find out what is required. We're here to help.

Our new interns were learning the ropes this week! We are thrilled to see news faces around the office and are so excited to be a part of their education. Please keep applying and helping us spread the word about our internship program. We are still filling slots across the state.

Our May revenue abstract is available on our website. Click on the link below to view it.

We're in Dothan today educating business owners and sharing some great information with taxpayers at our B.E.S.T. seminar. Thank you to Dothan Area Chamber of Commerce for hosting us! Check out the link below and make plans to join us soon.

Make sure you get out and vote today!

While you're enjoying your donuts today here's something interesting to chew on! Donuts are one of those quirky foods that confound merchants across the country because, in most states, the question of how to tax them rests on whether they are considered a "take out" or "eat in" food. In most - but not all - states, sales tax is imposed on foods that are to be eaten on the premises while those to be taken away are often exempt. That is not the case in Alabama.

Mark your calendar for July 1, we are kicking off the Tax Amnesty Program for 2018. Most taxes administered by ADOR, with the exception of motor fuel, motor vehicle, and property taxes, are eligible for the 2018 Amnesty Program.

Don't forget our office are closed tomorrow in observance of Memorial Day. Have a safe holiday weekend, make sure to keep an eye on the sky as Alberto approaches.

The IRS warns tax pros of new scam posing as professional associations. This week, the IRS received reports from tax professionals who received fake emails that were trying to trick them into disclosing their email usernames and passwords.Tax practitioners nationwide should be on guard because cybercriminals can easily change their tactics, using other association names or making other adjustments in their scam attempts.

Traveling for Memorial Day Weekend? Think twice before posting photos of your boarding pass or other travel documents on social media.

Have you heard about ADOR’s internship program? We are looking for the best and brightest accounting students across the state. We offer paid internships with the possibility for a full-time position upon graduation. Learn more here:

If you are in Montgomery attending the Alabama League of Municipalities convention make sure to stop by the ADOR booth!