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Research name availability, laws and regulations prior to forming your Alabama LLC or Corporation using these links:

  • Name Search  - Use the Alabama Secretary of State's pages to search for existing business entities that might be using the name you want to use.  If they already have it, you cannot use it.  Check this first if you are considering incorporating in Alabama.  While they make a variety of searches available, a general search using the "All Records" options is best for pre-clearance of your name. 
  • Law - The ALISON (Alabama Legislative Information System Online) will help you research any issues that pertain to your particular business area.  Unless you are tracking a bill in the current session, you will need to select Code of Ala from the tabs on the left of the screen.
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The following links will help to comply with Alabama laws and administrative rules for doing business after your entity is formed.

  • Business Tax Registration
    Alabama Department of Revenue's Business Tax Online System handles State Sales, Consumers Use, Sellers Use, Rental, Lodgings, Withholding tax and more.
  • Business Licensing
    Both State and Municpal business licenses are handled at the Department of Revenue. Special taxes apply in Alabama to automotive dismantling, recycling and motor vehicle dealers.
  • General Tax Information and Forms
    The Alabama Department of Revenue holds new business workshops and provides specific information about how to open and close your business operations in the State. Forms, withholding information and policies are available online.
  • Workers' Compensation Insurance
    The Alabama Department of Industrial Relations provides information to help you cover your legal obligations for workers compensation insurance. If you have more than four employees (including officers of the corporation) it's the law.
  • Unemployment Insurance Tax
    The Alabama Department of Industial Relations provides a useful FAQ on issues surrounding unemployment taxes. The best information is available form your field tax service provider according to the site. More information about your field tax service provider can be found here.