North Carolina state taxes are separate from Federal taxes enforced by the IRS, and are demanded by the North Carolina Department of Revenue by state residents. Like the IRS, the NC Department of Revenue is allocated with the task of collecting taxes and uses the following methods:
Like the IRS, the North Carolina Department of Revenue has power to implement collection of NC state taxes. North Carolina collects flat rate wage taxes from its residents. Some extra taxes collected by the North Carolina Department of Revenue include:
The North Carolina Department of Revenue can assess a tax levy against your bank account due to your state tax debt. The NC Department of Revenue bank levy will be implemented to collect unpaid taxes.
A tax lien against your property can be initiated by the tax authority, whether the tax obligation is owed to the state or to a city or another city. The property lien might be forced by the North Carolina Department of Revenue or the city tax collection department.
A wage garnishment can be forced by the North Carolina Department of Revenue in order to collect taxes in a similar way to the IRS. The wage garnishment requires your manager or employer to withhold a portion of your paycheck, which will be given to the NC Department of Revenue in order to pay back your tax debt.
In the State of North Carolina there is a 10 year statute of limitation to collect any taxes unless the tax liability is discovered within the 10 year time frame.
Though the methods and the penalties for delinquent or late taxes for the North Carolina Department of Revenue is similar to the IRS but the paper work required for relief are distinctly different. We provide you with a team of tax experts that will help you files your state taxes, resolve tax issues and help you prepare and file the appropriate forms.