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If you work in Alabama but live in Florida do you have to pay Alabama income tax?
Generally speaking, you owe income tax in both the state where you work and the state where you live. Since Florida does not have an income tax, you would owe tax in Alabama only. You would file an Alabama non-resident return.
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When you are due a refund and fail to file your income tax return to claim the refund amount that you are due they do not charge the penalty because if you fail to claim the a…mount it will eventually be lost.
You do not pay sales tax in Alabama. However, you will pay sales tax in Mississippi when you register the boat. The tax is 7% of the price of the boat, motor and trailer, MINU…S the value of your trade-in, if any. You will pay this tax at your county courthouse.
What do you do if you buy a car in Arkansas and you live in Alabama.... Do you pay Arkansas tax or Alabama tax?
I think you would pay Arkansas tax.
No. when car is brought back from whatever state it was purchased, Alabama Dept of motor vehicle - either state or county- will charge you sales tax when you exchange out of s…tate title for Alabama title and get Alabama plates. Tell Dealership in other state, you are out of state buyer, and show them your Drivers License or ID card. They are not permitted to charge you sales tax.
You have to pay taxes on the car where you register it.
Can you claim your girlfriend who lives with you as a dependent on income tax who works and pays part of the bills?
Yes You can claim her as a dependent if you meet all of the following criteria: 1. She had less than $3,400 in gross income for the year. 2. She lived in your home the… entire year. 3. You provided over half her support. 4. The relationship between the two of you does not violate local law.
Luckily Nevada has no state income taxes, otherwise you could be responsible for two state taxes! Arizona is going to tax your out of state income, so if you have a balanc…e due, the best thing to do is to make estimated payments with Form 104ES. Then you will not have a huge state tax debt when you file your return next year.
If you live in a state that does have a state income tax and work in a state that does not have a state income tax are you obligated by law to pay state income tax to your home state?
From personal experience, if you live in Oklahoma and your workplace is in a different state, you are obligated pay Oklahoma state income taxes on those wages. This is probabl…y true for all other state income tax states.
If you are an Alabama resident, then yes, you must pay taxes on the income in both states. You would file a Georgia non-resident income tax return. Fill out the Georgia ta…x return first. When you fill out your Alabama return, attach Alabama Schedule CR to your Alabama return. Schedule CR will allow you to take a credit for some of the tax paid to Georgia. You get a credit for the tax liability as shown on the Georgia return, not the amount withheld.
Form 40NR is Alabama Individual Nonresident Income Tax Return. There are several ways to get copies of Alabama tax forms and instructions. One, call the Alabama Department of …Revenue at (334) 242-1170. Two, write to them at Alabama Department of Revenue ATTN: Income Tax forms, P.O. Box 327470, Montgomery AL 36132-7470. Three, go their website at www.revenue.alabama.gov and select Forms Online.
According to the US Census Bureau, the average annual income for households in Alabama was $42,586 in May 2008. This is under the national average of $52,029.
Generally speaking, you owe income tax in both the state where you work and the state where you live. Since Florida does not have an income tax, you would owe tax in Georgia o…nly. You would file a Georgia non-resident return.
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No because Illinois will want some state income taxes paid on the income that was earned in Illinois.
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Retirees are not exempt from paying Alabama state tax. However, Alabama does not tax Social Security, Federal retirement benefits, Alabama state retirement benefits, and per…iodic distributions from private defined benefit pension plans. A "defined benefit" pension plan is a traditional pension plan where the employer guarantees a certain benefit when you retire. The does not include a 401k type of plan which is a "defined contribution" plan where you take your chances with your own investments. Distributions from IRA, 401k, etc plans are taxable in much the same manner as they are on your federal return. If you made deductible contributions to an IRA plan before 1982, you may be eligible for an additional adjustment. All other types of income are taxable the same for retirees as for anyone else.
i go to school and work in ala but my home is in ga. i filed my taxes with turbotax. do I still have to file with ala