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Internet Tax Freedom Act Extended

This notice advises that internet access services continue to be exempt from sales and use taxes. full details

You May Owe Use Tax If You Shop Online Or Through Catalogs

If you shop online or from catalogs, you likely owe consumer use tax. full details

Extended Call Center Hours Suspended For December

NCDOR's call center hours will change to 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, effective Dec. 1. full details

DOR Publishes Notice on Real Property Contracts

The sales and use tax notice covers new statutory provisions that apply to sales of tangible personal property sold to a real property contractor for use by the real property contractor in erecting structures, building on, or otherwise improving, altering, or repairing real property made on or after January 1, 2015 and contracts entered into on or after that date. full details

DOR Publishes Sales and Use Tax Notice and Affidavit

The affidavit and notice address purchases of tangible personal property by contractors to fulfill a contract with a farmer before and after July 1, 2014. full details

NCDOR Publishes New Form 588SC To Website

Form is a claim for a refund of state, county, and transit taxes for certain cancelled service contracts. full details

NCDOR Website Experiencing Isolated Technical Difficulties

Disruption affecting department's e-Business Center. full details

NCDOR Publishes Updated Same-Sex Marriage Filing Guidance

Directive outlines effect of recent court ruling on individual income tax filing procedures. full details

NCDOR Publishes Directive on Apportionment and Allocation of Income by a Multistate Partnership

The directive announces a change in the department's policy regarding the apportionment and allocation of income by a multistate partnership. full details

Recent Sales and Use Tax Key Law Changes Published

Form summarizes recent Sales and Use Tax law changes. full details

NCDOR Publishes 2014 Guidelines for Determining the Tax Credit for Investing in Renewable Energy Property

Document outlines requirements for renewable energy property. full details

NCDOR Publishes Notice About Service Contracts

Notice covers law changes that go into effect Oct. 1. full details

DOR Publishes a Notice on Excise Tax on Biodiesel

Notice explains change in point of taxation and effective date. full details

Change to E-services Log-in Process May Be Needed After Sept. 17, 2014

Some taxpayers may need to change their bookmark before they can access the E-Business Center. full details

NCDOR Introduces New Income Tax Estimator

New application can help estimate individual income tax refund or liability amount. Estimator works for taxpayers who itemize or claim the standard deduction. full details

NCDOR Changes Banks For ACH Credit Payment Processing

Taxpayers who pay by ACH credit must change their bank account and routing numbers on their payments by Sept. 5. full details

Exception to the General Statute of Limitations for Certain Events

Effective January 1, 2014, N.C. Gen. Stat. § 105-241.6(b)(5) provides an exception to the general statute of limitations for obtaining a refund of an overpayment due to a contingent event or an event or condition other than a contingent event. The statute addresses specific situations when the general statute of limitations in N.C. Gen. Stat. § 105-241.6(a) may not apply. This statutory provision replaces the Department's former administrative policy that allowed a taxpayer to file a protective refund claim. full details

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