After auditing KC's tax return, the Alabama Department of Revenue ("the Department") recharacterized the gain as nonbusiness income from the sale of real property, which under Alabama law is to be allocated in full to Alabama, the State in which the real property is located.
What does ADOR stand for?
ADOR stands for Alabama Department of Revenue (USA)
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Some manufacturers have dodged this by changing the names of their brands every year, says Wade Hope, an attorney with the Alabama Department of Revenue.
The Court of Civil Appeals Incorrectly Interpreted the "Reported and Included" Language of the Subject-to-a-Tax Exception of the Add-Back Statute The Alabama Department of Revenue and the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals assert that the availability of the "subject-to-a-tax" exception turns on whether the taxpayer's post-apportioned income was "reported and included" in Alabama or another state requiring separate reporting.
For example, in Revenue Procedure 97-002, the Alabama Department of Revenue announced that it will not follow the Federal regulations' disregarded entity classification for single-member LLCs.
The Alabama Department of Revenue (ADOR) recently ruled that a business that would "provide parts sequencing, consolidation and distribution for a motor vehicle manufacturer" did not qualify as a manufacturer.