The NCDOR's service center in Fayetteville remains closed due to damage from Hurricane Matthew.

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Law Change Allows Real Property Contractors to Use Erroneous Collection of Sales Tax to Offset Use Tax Due

Amendment is effective retroactively to Jan. 1, 2015. full details

Certain Service Contracts Sold to a Professional Motorsports Team is Exempt from Sales Tax

Exemption is effective retroactively to Jan. 1, 2014 and expires Jan. 1, 2020. full details

Additional Counties Eligible for Tax Relief due to Hurricane Matthew

Updated notice provides detail on which counties qualify for filing and penalty relief. full details

Notice Issued Advising of Disaster Assistance Sales and Use Tax Exemptions

Notice advises of temporary exemption for sales of hot foods purchased with SNAP EBT benefits through November 14, 2016 and reminds retailers of exemptions for sales of tangible personal property purchased with a client assistance debit card issued for disaster assistance relief by a State agency or federal agency or instrumentality. full details

Notice Published On Fuel and Piped Natural Gas Used Solely for Comfort Heating by Certain Manufacturers

The sales tax exemption will no longer apply to purchases by a manufacturer of fuel or piped natural gas that is used solely for comfort heating at a manufacturing facility where there is no use of fuel or piped natural gas in a manufacturing process. full details

NCDOR Provides Update on Tax Relief for Victims of Hurricane Matthew

Notice outlines penalty relief and filing extensions for counties designated for individual assistance by FEMA. full details

NCDOR Publishes Notice on Alternate Highway Use Tax on a Lease or Rental Contract Sold to Another Retailer

A retailer who purchases a lease or rental contract for a motor vehicle from a seller of the lease or rental contract must retain the appropriate documentation. full details

NCDOR Provides Update Regarding Effect of Hurricane Matthew

Certain deadlines are extended for taxpayers in specific counties. full details

Update on NCDOR Office Closings Due to Hurricane Matthew

Agency office in Fayetteville is currently closed. full details

NCDOR Publishes Rules Regarding Market-Based Sourcing in the NC Register

Notice about market-based sourcing provides information on the publication of proposed administrative rules and includes examples and text of the rules. The agency has also announced a date for a public hearing to provide the opportunity for comment from the public. full details

NCDOR Publishes Form E-505

The form contains an overview of certain sales tax and privilege tax changes enacted by the 2016 General Assembly Session. full details

S&U Exemption Enacted for Certain Products for Use in an Accepted Wastewater Dispersal System

This notice covers the exemption effective October 1, 2016 for certain products made of recycled materials. full details

DOR Moves Office Locations in Elizabeth City

The new location will open on Monday, Aug. 29. The current office is closed for the move. full details

Privilege Tax Imposed on Certain Recyclers

The privilege tax is imposed effective July 1, 2016. full details

New Password Change Feature Available to NCID Users

Taxpayers must change their passwords to meet new security requirements to use the new feature. full details

DOR to Adopt Rules Regarding Market-Based Sourcing

Notice provides information on the adoption of administrative rules regarding market-based sourcing. full details

Corporate Tax Rate for Years Beginning on or after January 1, 2017 Will be Reduced by 1%

Notice provides information on the reduction of the corporate tax rate effective January 1, 2017. full details

New Email Addresses Introduced for NCDOR Employees

Current email addresses will continue to work for one year. full details

Cherokee and Jackson Counties levy an Additional 0.25% Local Sales and Use Tax

The local rate increase from 2% to 2.25% is effective October 1, 2016. full details



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