Money Coming to MOST Alabamians in Form of Rebate(s)

Alabama’s historic budget surplus means rebates for millions of state taxpayers.

One-time tax rebates – will be sent to approximately 1.9 million taxpayers.  The amount of each rebate is based on the qualified taxpayer’s status – $150 or single, head of family – and married filing separately – or $300 for married filing jointly.  The Alabama Department of Revenue will start issuing rebates, beginning December 1st.  To qualify for the rebates – all taxpayers must have filed a 2021 Individual Income Tax return which the ALDOR site received on or before October 17th, 2022.

Non-residents, estates or trusts – or anyone who was claimed as a dependent during the 2021 tax year do not qualify.  Taxpayers can expect to receive their rebate based on how they got their 2021 tax year refund, by direct deposit or paper check – if you didn’t receive a refund in tax year 2021 – you can expect a paper check. 

These rebates will NOT be taxable, for ANY Alabama income tax purposes.

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