Electronic Listing of Personal Property
North Carolina General Statute 105-310.1 provides that the North Carolina Department of Revenue (NCDOR) may establish standards and requirements for electronic listing of personal property, including the minimum requirements that must exist before electronic listing will be allowed in a county.
The North Carolina Electronic Listing Standards and Requirements document, as updated by any subsequent revisions, constitutes the standards and requirements for electronic listing of personal property as established by NCDOR.
Approved Third-Party Electronic Listing Systems
NCDOR will maintain a list of approved third-party electronic listing systems and their providers. Providers must file NCDOR Form AV-60 Third-Party Electronic Listing System Approval to request approval of their electronic personal property listing systems. A system must be approved by NCDOR before the system can accept electronic listings of personal property from North Carolina taxpayers.
The following third-party systems have been approved to accept personal property listings from North Carolina taxpayers:
County Electronic Listing Systems
These counties offer online listing directly:
- Pay 2014 Taxes
- Taxpayer Self-Help
- Tax Information
- 2014 Individual Income Tax Law Changes
- 2015 Income Tax Estimator
- Understanding Your Notice
- Collections – Past Due Taxes
- Taxpayer Advocate
- Armed Forces
- Resolving Disputes
- Periodic Review of Existing Rules
- Property Auctions
- Reports and Statistics
- Tax Seminars
- Identity Theft