Alabama Tax Laws
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Taxes are inescapable, in Alabama or anywhere else that relies on tax revenue to provide roads, bridges, police departments, schools, and other shared public goods. This section covers the basics of paying taxes in Alabama, including sales tax on retail purchases and so-called "sin" taxes on consumer items considered to be a liability to society in general, such as cigarettes, gasoline, and alcoholic beverages. Alabama also collects personal income tax, which is due in mid-April along with federal income tax. Click on a link below to learn more about Alabama's tax laws, and contact a qualified attorney if you need additional help.
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