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Alabama assess taxes differently depending on filing status of its residents as follows:

Single, Head of Household, Married Filing Separately

Taxpayers in Alabama who file under these statuses have rates of:

  • The first $500 of income is taxed at 2%
  • Income between $501 and $3,000 is taxed at 4%
  • Anything over $3,000 is taxed at 5%

Married Filing Jointly

Married Alabamians who file a return together are taxed:

  • The first $1000 of income at 2%
  • Income from $1,001 and $6,000 at 4%
  • Anything greater than $6,000 is taxed at 5%

Residents of Alabama can claim a standard deduction up to $7,500 depending on their adjusted gross income and filing status. The standard deduction phases out and has a max of $4,000 for Married filing Jointly, and $2,000 for other filers.

Each taxpayer is allotted a personal exemption of $1,500 by the state. Joint filers also get to claim the $1,500 exemption for their spouse, and depending on AGI, you can take an exemption for each dependent child, ranging from $300 to $1,000 per child.

Income Exempt from Taxation

Some benefits and retirement income are exempt from state taxes. These include:

  • Pension plans from military, civil service, state and local governments
  • Social Security benefits

Remember that distributions form an employer sponsored retirement plan, an IRA, 401(k) or 403(b) are taxable.

You're considered a resident of Alabama if you keep a domicile, a fixed location where you live, within the state. Domiciled taxpayers are assessed taxes on income earned in and out of state, and you must file a Resident Individual Tax Return.

You can only have one domicile in accordance with the laws of Alabama. To establish a new one, the old one must be abandoned, otherwise the original domicile remains your tax home. A domicile is established through birth, choice, or law and is typically your permanent home to which you return after a temporary absence. supports all state income tax returns. Washington D.C. along with 41 states have income tax returns. If you live in Alaska, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington or Wyoming, you only need to file your Federal Income Tax Return with the IRS.

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