The NCDOR is committed to helping taxpayers comply with tax laws in order to fund public services benefiting the people of North Carolina.
Actived: Thursday Jan 14, 2021
NCDOR: Garnishment Payment Coupon
Employers that are served with a wage garnishment against their employee are to use and complete the Form NC-GARN Garnishment Payment Coupon to send along with the wages that are withheld from the employee's pay, in order for the funds to be applied correctly to the taxpayer's account.
NCDOR: Sales & Use Directive SD-02-1
For example, if a retailer issues a 15% off coupon and a customer purchases a dress with a price of $105.00 and uses the coupon, the dress is exempt from tax. The price of the dress after the 15% reduction is less than $100.00, which is the per item clothing price limit for an exemption.
NCDOR: Frequently Asked Questions about Garnishments
Coupons must be fully completed and returned with each payment. A set of Garnishment Payment Coupons is enclosed with the Instructions for Employers. You may print additional Garnishment Payment Coupons. Payments and remittance coupons should be addressed as follows: Garnishment and Payment Processing Unit NC Department of Revenue PO Box 27431
Several electronic services are available for your convenience to file and/or pay through the NCDOR website Each offers distinct customer service features and supports selected tax types- review the information below, then choose the option that is right for you. Online payments can be made by bank draft, Visa, or MasterCard.
NCDOR: Office Locations
The Department of Revenue is headquartered in the State Government Complex in downtown Raleigh. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, service centers are open to taxpayers by appointment only. Main Office Street Address: 501 North Wilmington Street Raleigh, NC 27604 Mailing Address for most tax returns, letters and other correspondence: North Carolina Department of Revenue Post Office Box 25000
NCDOR: Sales and Use Tax Frequently Asked Questions
A retailer who is registered as a seasonal filer is not required to file a return for an off-season reporting period in which the retailer did not engage in business. Return to top of page. Filing Sales and Use Tax Returns How can I file sales and use tax returns? You may file online or by mailing in the tax returns.