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Motor Fuel Backup Tax Return Motor Fuel Backup Tax Return Instructions Motor Fuel Backup Tax Return Schedule of Disbursements

Alternative Fuel Provider Return Alternative Fuel Provider Return Instructions Alternative Fuels Provider Schedule of Disbursements

Use for November 2017 and prior

An Excise Tax importer return is required to be filed by importers who import gasoline (including gasohol, alcohol, ethanol, and methanol), diesel (including biodiesel), kerosene, jet fuel, or aviation gasoline from a terminal facility or bulk-plant located outside of North Carolina.

Use for November 2017 and prior

All terminal operators who provide terminal services must file the Terminal Operator Return. Terminal operators who operate more than one terminal must file a separate report for each terminal.

GAS-1204, Motor Fuel Terminal Operator Return
GAS-1204 Instr., Motor Fuel Terminal Operator Return Instructions
GAS-1204DS, Motor Fuel Terminal Operator Schedule of Disbursements
GAS-1204RS, Motor Fuel Terminal Operator Schedule of Receipts

Motor Fuel Supplier Return (GAS-1202), instructions (GAS-1202Instr), schedule of disbursements (GAS-1202DS), and schedule of tax-paid receipts (GAS-1202TR)

GAS-1241, Motor Fuel Claim for Refund Licensed Distributor/Importer Hold Harmless

GAS-1241 Instr, Motor Fuel Claim for Refund Licensed Distributor/Importer Hold Harmless Return Instructions

GAS-1241RS, Motor Fuel Claim for Refund Licensed Distributor/Importer Hold Harmless Schedule of Tax-Paid Receipts

A personalized version of this form is available.  This form must be printed and filled out by hand.  For periods not accessible through the personalized vouchers, use handwritten vouchers.

Memo showing interest rates established by the Secretary of Revenue for January 1, 2018 through June 30, 2018.

The Use-Value Manual for agricultural, horticultural, and forest land. The Use-Value Advisory Board Manual is published yearly to communicate the North Carolina Use-Value Advisory Board's recommended present-use value rates and to explain the methodology used in establishing the recommended rates.

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