NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE BACK TAX RELIEFGet started resolving your state tax liabilities using the information below. If you still need help, reach out to us using the contact form to the right of this page.
Take a look at the North Carolina Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights.
NC-DOR Monthly Payment Plan
Basic rules for the DOR’s Installment Agreements:
Less than $1,000
$1,000 to $6,999
$7,000 to $49,999
$50,000 or more
You may be able to get your Installment Agreement by applying online or through the mail.
State of North Carolina Offer in Compromise
Yes, the state of North Carolina Department of Revenue has an Offer in Compromise program.
- All current tax payments must be up to date in order to qualify for the OIC. All required tax returns must also be filed.
- You must pay 20% of your Offer amount up front when you submit your OIC to the DOR. And, the payment is non-refundable. You may be able to get out of the 20% payment if you fall within the federal poverty guidelines or if you are relying on a third party to pay your Offer amount, in which case you will need to submit form OIC-102.
- You cannot Offer $0. It’s gotta be more than zero.
- Ability to pay monthly is calculated similarly to how the IRS does it, using the Collection Financial Standards.
Penalties may be removed due to the following reasons.
- Death of taxpayer or immediate family member,
- Serious/sudden illness of taxpayer or immediate family member,
- Natural disaster,
- Good compliance record – one waiver every 3 years, with more stipulations according to the penalty waiver form.