Alabama Tax Forms

E-file your Alabama personal income tax return online with 1040.com. These 2019 forms and more are available:

  • Alabama Form 40/40A/40NR – Personal Income Tax Return for Residents and Nonresidents
  • Alabama Schedule A, B & DC – Itemized Deductions
  • Alabama Schedule AAC – Adoption Credit
  • Alabama Schedule AATC – Accountability Tax Credit
  • Alabama Schedule AJA – Jobs Act Investment Credit
  • Alabama Schedule ARA – Renewal Act Credit
  • Alabama Schedule ATC – Apprenticeship Tax Credit
  • Alabama Schedule CR – Credit for Taxes Paid to Other States
  • Alabama Schedule D – Capital Gains
  • Alabama Schedule DC – Donation Checkoffs
  • Alabama Schedule DEC – Dual Enrollment Credit
  • Alabama Schedule E – Income from Rent, Royalties, and Estates & Trusts
  • Alabama Schedule HOF – Head of Family Schedule
  • Alabama Schedule HTC – Historic Tax Rehabilitation Credit
  • Alabama Schedule NTC – Capital Credit
  • Alabama Schedule OC – Other Available Credits
  • Alabama Schedule OC – Basic Skills Education Credit
  • Alabama Schedule OC – Coal Credit
  • Alabama Schedule OC – Credit for Tax Paid to a Foreign Country
  • Alabama Schedule OC – Enterprise Zone Act Credit
  • Alabama Schedule OC – Full Employment Act of 2011 Credit
  • Alabama Schedule OC – Heroes for Hire Tax Credit Act
  • Alabama Schedule OC – Heroes for Hire Tax Credit Act – Employee Credit
  • Alabama Schedule OC – Irrigation/Reservoir System Credit
  • Alabama Schedule OC – Part K Neighborhood Infrastructure Incentive Plan Credit
  • Alabama Schedule OC – Rural Physician Credit

More reasons to use 1040.com to file your state taxes:

  • If you need to file taxes for a state that does have an income tax, 1040.com can reuse information from your federal return to automatically create your state return. (Federal return required.)
  • You can get direct deposit together with or separately from your federal refund.
  • Owe taxes? Choose direct debit, or pay by credit card or check.

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