Does NC Department of Revenue call?

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Does NC Department of Revenue call?

The NCDOR will not contact a taxpayer in person unless the agency has first attempted to provide the taxpayer with notification(s) via mail. The NCDOR will not require a taxpayer to use any specific payment method unless the taxpayer is in the collection process for past-due liabilities.

Q. Who do I call about my NC State tax Refund?

1-877-252-4052
You may check the status of your refund online using our Where’s My Refund? web service, or you may call our refund inquiry line toll-free at 1-877-252-4052. Be sure to have available your social security number and the exact amount of your refund.

Q. Why would the NC Department of Revenue call me?

When a tax liability is in collections: Collection personnel may call or visit a taxpayer’s home or business unannounced to collect past due taxes. These are Revenue Law Enforcement agents who are responsible for addressing serious, criminal tax violations, and prosecution of tax fraud.

Q. What is NC customer number?

For additional questions or concerns, send a message or call the NCDMV Customer Contact Center at (919) 715-7000 from 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekdays. For additional information about using this service, view the online terms of service.

Q. How do I speak to someone at NC DMV?

For further assistance, call us at 1-877-DOT-4YOU ( 1-877-368-4968). For DMV questions, call us at 919-715-7000. Our mailing address is 1501 Mail Service Center, Raleigh NC 27699-1501.

You may check the status of your refund online using our Where’s My Refund? web service, or you may call our refund inquiry line toll-free at 1-877-252-4052.

Q. Where to find information about taxes in NC?

Resources, information and assistance from across state government. Visit the Information Hub Location and contact information for NCDOR regional service centers. Learn about corporate taxes, sales taxes, withholding and more.

Q. How to pay withholding taxes in North Carolina?

If your filing frequency for withholding taxes is semiweekly, you can pay the tax via the Department’s Online Filing and Payments System; and file your Form NC-5Q, North Carolina Quarterly Income Tax Return, via the Department’s eNC5Q Application .

Q. Is there fee for NC withholding identification number?

There is no fee for the withholding identification number. Can I use my Federal employer’s identification number (FID) as my N. C. withholding identification number? No. You must register for a N.C. withholding identification number by completing and submitting Form NC-BR to the N. C. Department of Revenue.

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