Alabama State Income Taxes can be prepared and e-Filed along with an IRS or Federal Income Tax Return. All Alabama residents who earn a minimum of $5,200 (or $10,500 as a married couple) are required to file their Alabama income tax return. Alabama residents working in a different state must also file their returns. A citizen of a foreign country who comes to Alabama for work, buys a home, and secures an Alabama state driver’s license but does not intend to apply for U.S. Citizenship (no matter how long he/she stays), the individual will be considered to have established domicile in Alabama. Tax Filing Deadline is April 15th. The guidelines for your filing status for your grossed income is below at the link: here


An individual is considered a part-year resident of Alabama if he/she has moved into or out of the state during the tax year. Part-year residents need to file for all income higher than $1,500 (or $3,000 if filing jointly), earned from in the state of Alabama, during the time when you were not a resident. Guidelines have been provided at the following link: here


Use Form 40-NR for non-residents and report both your Alabama income and your total income. If you earned more than $1,500 (or $3,000 married filing jointly) in Alabama, while not a resident, then you need to file your non-resident tax return. The guidelines have been provided at the following link: here

Get Started by Registering with Tax2efile Today!

Tax App

Get the Tax2efile App

Available on iPhone, iPad, and Android Devices

  • Google Play
  • App Store