North Carolina Department of Revenue
XXVI. DEBT SET-OFF
G.S. 105A - Setoff Debt Collection Changes: Chapter 105A was rewritten in 1997 to make the following changes, which take effect January 1, 2000:
- Allow local government agencies to file claims for setoff of individual income tax refunds.
- Require all State agencies to submit debts for setoff unless the State Controller waives the requirement for that agency.
- Shift liability for the collection assistance fee retained by the Department of Revenue from the claimant agency to the debtor, except for child support arrearages.
- Make the setoff process automatic within the Department of Revenue if a claim has been filed and the claim and refund available for setoff is $50 or more.
(Effective January 1, 2000, for income tax refunds determined on or after that date; SB 39; s. 1, S.L. 97-490.)
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