Alabama Tax Forms 2017
Printable State Form 40 40A 40NR and Instructions

Printable Alabama (AL) state income tax Form 40, Form 40A or Form 40NR must be postmarked by April 17, 2018 in order to avoid penalties and late fees. Printable Alabama state tax forms for the current tax year will be based on income earned between January 1, 2017 through December 31, 2017. The Alabama income tax rate for 2017 is progressive from a low of 2% to a high of 5%. The AL state tax table can be found inside the Form 40A, Form 40NR, or Form 40 instructions booklet PDF.

Preparation of your Alabama income tax forms begins with the completion of your federal income tax forms. Some of the Alabama state income tax forms require information from your federal income tax return, for example. We have organized free printable tax forms under the headings 1040EZ, 1040A, 1040, and subsets of 1040. If you have not done so already, please begin with your 1040EZ, 1040A or 1040 using the links above, or on the left side navigation.

2017 Alabama income tax forms and instructions have not been published. Links below will display 2016 Alabama tax forms and instructions until they are published by the DOR.

2017 Alabama Form 40A and Instructions (Short Form)

You may use Alabama Form 40A short form if:

  • You were a full-year Alabama resident.
  • You do not itemize deductions.
  • You do not claim any adjustments to income (IRA deduction, alimony paid, etc)
  • You do not have income sources other than salaries, wages, interest, dividends.
  • Interest and dividend income cannot exceed $1,500.
  • You are not claiming income or a loss on Schedules C, D, E, or F.
  • You are not claiming a credit for taxes paid to another state.
  • See the instruction book for more details.

Form 40A
Form 40A Instructions
Form 40-V
Federal Income Tax Deduction Worksheet
Standard Deduction Chart
Tax Table

2017 Alabama Form 40 and Instructions (Long Form)

Form 40
Form 40 Instructions
Form 40-V
Form 4952A
Schedule A, B, & DC
Schedule AAC
Schedule AATC
Schedule CR
Schedule D & E
Schedule NTC
Schedule OC
Schedule OC Instructions
Federal Income Tax Deduction Worksheet
Standard Deduction Chart
Tax Table

2017 Alabama Form 40NR and Instructions (Non-Resident)

Form 40NR
Form 40NR Instructions
Form 40-V
Form 4952A
Schedules A, B, D & E
Schedule OC
Schedule OC Instructions
Federal Income Tax Deduction Worksheet
Standard Deduction Chart
Tax Table

List of all printable AL state income tax forms.

Click any Alabama state income tax form title above to download, view, print, and save the PDF file. The PDF file format allows you to safely print, prepare, and mail in your 2017 Alabama state tax forms.

The Alabama Department of Revenue will expect your 2017 income tax forms to be printed on high quality printers. Today's laser, bubble-jet, or ink-jet printers are generally acceptable. Color printing is not required, however, we recommend that you read the first few pages of the Alabama Form 40A, Form 40NR, or Form 40 instructions booklet for updates regarding the printing of your 2017 Alabama state tax forms.

Alabama State Income Tax Refund Status

To check the status of your Form 40, Form 40A, or Form 40NR income tax refund online, visit the Alabama Department of Revenue website and use their Where's My Refund service. Alabama Department of Revenue asks in the instructions booklet that you wait 90 days before checking the status of your income tax refund.

To check the status of your Alabama income tax refund for 2017 you will need the following information:

  • Social Security Number
  • Tax Year
  • Amount Of Refund

The requested information must match what was submitted on your Alabama Form 40, Form 40A, or Form 40NR state income tax forms for the current year. To look up prior year refunds, you will need to contact the Alabama Department of Revenue service center online or by mail.

To contact the Alabama Department of Revenue service center by phone or email, use the check your refund status link above. Alternatively, view or print the 2017 Alabama 40 instructions to obtain the proper phone number and mailing address.

Last updated: December 14, 2017