Distribution Overview Report - Explanation of Items

North Carolina General Statute 105-310.1 provides that the North Carolina Department of Revenue (NCDOR) may establish standards and requirements for electronic listing of personal property, including the minimum requirements that must exist before electronic listing will be allowed in a county. The North Carolina Electronic Listing Standards and Requirements document constitutes the standards and requirements for electronic listing of personal property as established by NCDOR.

G.S. 105-486B Adjustment Factors

Local Room Occupancy Taxes and Prepared Food and Beverage Taxes

NC Agricultural Association Presentation

Protocols and procedures for reconciliation of property tax records in North Carolina counties affected by the re-establishment of the original state boundary between North Carolina and South Carolina.

The North Carolina county assessors list includes the name, address, and phone number of every assessor in the state.

A list of North Carolina county attorneys (or counsel for the county relating to property tax appeals) that includes name, address, and phone number.

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