North Carolina Taxes

North Carolina Tax Guide

North Carolina manifests three tax brackets spanning from 6% to 7.75%. Higher incomes draw surcharges in addition. North Carolina tax guide that is mentioned below specifies the various taxes that are applicable on the residents.

North Carolina Tax Guide to Personal Income Tax

North Carolina accumulates income taxes from its citizens facilitating four tax brackets. The individual taxpayers are liable to pay 6% to 7.75% of taxable income that falls under the bracket of $12,751 to $60,001 and above.

For married couple who file joint returns, the rate is 6% to 7.75 on taxable income in the range of $21,250 to $100,001 and above.

Income tax surtax is also levied if the North Carolina taxable income, for your filing status, goes beyond a certain limit.

North Carolina Tax Guide to Sales Taxes

From July 1, 2011, the state sales tax reduced the rate of sales tax to 4.75%. Most taxable sales and purchases also come within the limit of taxable income and 2.5% local tax is levied by all counties. The North Carolina Department of Tax provides with a complete list of rates of tax for its cities and counties.

North Carolina Tax Guide to Personal and Real Property Taxes

The North Carolina property tax is a locally evaluated tax, imposed by the counties. The three primary components of the property tax section in North Carolina include real property, motor vehicles and personal tangible properties. North Carolina provides several property tax exclusions, i.e. tax exemptions for the disables, elderly, and veterans.

North Carolina Tax Guide to Inheritance and Estate Taxes

There is no inheritance and estate tax collected in North Carolina. The North Carolina estate tax comes under the federal collection system. Nonetheless, the General Assembly did not adopt any of the options to terminate the estate tax credit. Hence, the North Carolina estate tax and state death tax credit for estates still exists as it has existed before 2002.

Other North Carolina Tax Facts

The taxpayers of North Carolina can access the current status of their state returns online. Taxpayers can get their state refund funds directly transferred into their bank account, in case the return was filled online. It can also be received as a paper check, credited to their income tax account or as a contribution to the state's Wildlife Fund.

The North Carolina Department of Tax has initiated Project Collect Tax, a beginning to boost state tax adherence. The project aims at the collection of delinquent tax debts which are 90 days old. Each delinquent North Carolina taxpayer gets a special notice intimating them of the amount of their debt and offering the delinquent account holder 30 days to make payment in full or work out a payment plan.

Prior Year D400 North Carolina Individual Tax Forms

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Where to Mail FEDERAL IRS Tax Forms Within North Carolina:

IRS Form If You ARE NOT Enclosing a Payment, Use This Address: If You ARE Enclosing a Payment, Use This Address:
1040: Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service
Kansas City, MO 64999-0002
Internal Revenue Service
P.O. Box  105017
Atlanta, GA  30348-5017
1040A: Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service
Kansas City, MO 64999-0015
Internal Revenue Service
P.O. Box  105017
Atlanta, GA  30348-5017
1040EZ: Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service
Kansas City, MO 64999-0014
Internal Revenue Service
P.O. Box  105017
Atlanta, GA  30348-5017

North Carolina Tax Help

Individual Tax Help:
1-877-252-4052

General Tax Information:
1-877-252-3052

Tax Form Ordering:
1-877-252-3052