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Alabama Department of Revenue (ADOR) Public Hearing Notice

February 8 rule hearings
The Alabama Department of Revenue (ADOR) will hold public hearings on Monday, Feb. 8, 2010, at 10 a.m. and at 2 p.m., addressing income tax and motor vehicle administrative rules. The hearings will be held in the ADOR Legal Division's conference room, 3114 Gordon Persons Building, 50 North Ripley Street, Montgomery.

The 10 a.m. hearing will address amendments to two income tax rules. Alabama Department of Revenue seeks to amend rule 810-3-15-.20 Federal Income Tax Deduction — Individuals by allowing the taxpayer to deduct on the Alabama tax return the amount of federal income tax shown on the federal return after all allowable federal credits have been deducted. 

The ADOR seeks to amend rule 810-14-1-.30 Penalty for Failure to Timely Pay Tax to include language that would allow a failure to timely pay penalty to be imposed on an annual, monthly, or quarterly return when the taxpayer fails to pay the amount of tax required to be shown on the return within 30 days of the first notice and demand for payment.

At 2 p.m. the ADOR proposes to amend one motor vehicle rule and repeal three others. Alabama Department of Revenue seeks to amend Rule 810-5-75-.24 Title Procedure — First & Second Lien(s) to be Recorded (Security Interest Created by Owner.)  Title Procedure — Assignment and Transfer of Lien by Lienholder  to comply with current Alabama law and to consolidate three other motor vehicle rules.  Consequently, the ADOR seeks to repeal rules 810-5-75-.16 Title Procedure — Assignment and Transfer of Lien by Lienholder, 810-5-75-.20 Title Procedure — Second or Third Lien of Security Interest Releases on Title, and 810-5-75-.23 Title Procedure — Second Lien to be Added (Security Interest Created by Owner) as these rules will be consolidated into one rule.  
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