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State tax Alabama taxpayers have four new refund donation check-offs from which to choose this year, bringing the total number of available refund donation check-offs on the 2013 return to sixteen. The new offerings include: the Alabama State Historic Preservation Fund, Archives Services Fund, Alabama Firefighters Annuity and Benefit Fund, and the Victims of Violence Assistance (Reference: Acts 2011-620; 2011-552, and 2012-259, respectively). State tax Driver’s License/Non driver’s Number, Date of Birth Requirements Added to Return Filings Taxpayers who electronically file 2013 Alabama Forms 40, 40-A or 40 NR should include their driver’s license or non-driver’s license number, as well as their date of birth, on their Alabama returns. This is the department’s latest effort to combat the growing threat of identity theft and fraudulent tax return filings. The department will use this information to validate filers’ names and dates of birth information shown on the Alabama returns against names and dates of birth information shown on individuals’ driver’s licenses or non-driver’s licenses. If a match does not occur, then the return will State tax be flagged and will be reviewed by an examiner. No other personal information shown on an individual’s driver’s license or non-driver’s license record will be available to the ADOR for use, such as photo identification, physical description, driving restrictions or gender. State tax
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Filing Season Statistics

The tables on this page present information from the population of all Forms 1040 processed by the IRS at two critical points in the annual filing season, mid-July and mid-November. The mid-November tables are presented here for the first time. Those data have been developed as part of a research program to provide authoritative data for use by researchers in cases in which a substantial interest in those data exists and information produced by researchers from incomplete data can lead to inaccuracies.

The first set of tables, those processed by mid-July, primarily reflect income earned in the year preceding the Filing Year and reported to the IRS by the April 15th filing deadline, although they also include some late-filed returns for prior Tax-Years. Importantly, these data exclude taxpayers who requested a 6-month filing extension by filing Form 4868, Application for Automatic Extension of Time To File U.S. Individual Income Tax Return. The data represent approximately 95 percent of all returns that will be processed by the IRS in the calendar year. Because filers requesting an extension generally have more complex finances, on average the data reflect just over 85% of the total AGI and less than 80 percent of the total tax liability that will be reported for all returns filed during the year. The final column in each table indicates the share of income from the sale of capital assets represented in the income presented. By comparing the data presented in these tables over time, these data can be used to develop early estimates of changes in the economy or to update forecasts of economic activity that were developed using older data.   

Data in the mid-November tables update the earlier tables and reflect nearly all returns that will be received and processed by the IRS in a calendar year, including timely-filed returns that had been granted a 6-month extension. Again, the information presented primarily represent income earned in the prior year, but will include some late-filed returns for earlier Tax-Years.


Mid-July filing season statistics by AGI

These tables present information from the population of all Forms 1040 processed by the IRS on or before week 30 of the calendar year. Returns filed primarily reflect income earned in the year preceding the Filing Year, but exclude taxpayers who requested a 6-month filing extension by filing Form 4868, Application for Automatic Extension of Time To File U.S. Individual Income Tax Return.

2010     2011     2012     2013
 


Mid-November filing season statistics by AGI

These tables present information from the population of all Forms 1040 processed by the IRS on or before week 47 of the calendar year. Returns filed primarily reflect income earned in the year preceding the Filing Year.

2010     2011     2012     2013
 


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The State Tax

State tax Last year, the ADOR introduced taxpayers to a new refund payment choice. Taxpayers, filing a refund return, can receive their 2013 individual income tax refund in the form of a refund debit card, the Alabama Tax Refund Card. The Alabama Tax Refund Card is a prepaid VISA debit card and can be used just like cash at retail locations. Free teller-assisted cash withdrawals can be made at banks and credit unions that accept VISA. To receive the card, taxpayers must check the box on their 2013 Alabama tax return, indicating they wish to receive their refund in the form of a refund debit card. State tax