Home Page Business Recovery Grant Program Are you a business that has suffered economic loss during the pandemic? You may be eligible for a one-time payment from the Business Recovery Grant Program. Applications accepted now through January 31, 2022. Learn More What to Expect for Tax Season 2022 The NCDOR will begin processing 2021 tax year returns in mid-February, which is several weeks after the start of the federal tax season on Monday, January 24, 2022. What to Expect This Year eNC3 Application Open! The eNC3 Application is now open for filing 2019-2021 forms. The filing deadline is Monday, January 31. File Now Received a Notice Notices are sent out when the department determines taxpayers owe taxes to the State that have not been paid for a number of reasons. File & Pay North Carolina taxpayers are choosing a faster, more convenient way to file their State and Federal individual income tax returns by electronically filing. COVID-19 Get the latest information on tax relief and other resources. Local Government Provides support and services to the counties and municipalities of North Carolina as well as taxpayers for taxes collected by the counties and municipalities. NCDOR Launches Application Process for Business Recovery Grants December 16, 2021 The N.C. Department of Revenue (NCDOR) is now accepting applications for Business Recovery Grants. The Business Recovery Grant Program (BRG) will issue a one-time payment to eligible North Carolina businesses that experienced significant economic loss due to COVID-19. The application period closes January 31, 2022. See All News Business Recovery Grant Program December 16, 2021 Online Services Where's My Refund? Pay 2020 Individual Income Tax File an Extension NC-5 Withholding Return E-500 Sales and Use Return File and Pay Taxes Online Information Reporting Tax Resource Categories Individual Income Tax Sales & Use Tax Withholding Tax Corporate Income & Franchise Tax Privilege License Tax Motor Fuels Tax Motor Carrier Tax (IFTA/Intrastate) Tobacco Products Tax See All Taxes Payment Plans Need help paying tax due? Once you receive a notice, immediately request an installment payment agreement to avoid forced collection action. Help & Support The NCDOR is committed quality customer service. Contact us by phone, mail, or in person. Reports and Statistics The NCDOR compiles a variety of reports and statistics for public use.