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Bill blocking new municipal occupational taxes dies in House

Bill blocking new municipal occupational taxes dies in House

Legislation that would have prevented cities without an occupational tax from adopting such a tax died in the House. In the final legislative week, not enough House members voted to consider SB305 by Sen. Jimmy Holley, R-Elba, before the state’s budgets….

Delivery license is per business, not per vehicle

Delivery license is per business, not per vehicle

Alabama’s delivery license law has been updated. Act No. 2019-283 by Rep. Paul Lee, R-Dothan, clarifies that a municipality can only require businesses to purchase one delivery license, not a separate license for each delivery vehicle. Gov. Kay Ivey signed…

All software taxable, Alabama Supreme Court rules

All software taxable, Alabama Supreme Court rules

All computer software is taxable in Alabama, under an opinion issued Friday, May 17, by the state’s highest court. In a split decision, the Alabama Supreme Court ruled that even customized software is taxable in our state. “We hold that…