Topics Related to Specialty Seminars

This seminar provides an introduction to the services and resources offered by state and federal agencies when someone is thinking about starting a business in NC.

This seminar covers business formation and registration requirements by state and federal agencies for someone starting a business in NC.

This webinar will assist online sellers that are “engaged in business” in North Carolina. Areas of discussion within the webinar will include: sellers with a physical presence in N.C., remote sales to N.C., marketplace facilitators and marketplace sellers as well as applying for a N.C.

This seminar will help qualifying nonprofits better understand the proper procedure for requesting a sales and use tax refund (reference G.S. 105-164.14(b) for more information about this tax law).

This IRS and NCDOR joint seminar will cover the W-4/NC-4 withholding forms for a new employee and provide resources for calculating withholding and for understanding withholding obligations for both the employer and the individual at the federal and state level.

This webinar helps individuals who live or work in North Carolina understand basic individual income tax law and the North Carolina Individual Income tax return.

This webinar will assist online sellers that are “engaged in business” in North Carolina. Areas of discussion within the webinar will include: sellers with a physical presence in N.C., remote sales to N.C., marketplace facilitators and marketplace sellers as well as applying for a N.C.

This seminar will help nonprofit entities better understand their sales and use tax obligations with NCDOR.

This webinar helps individuals who live or work in North Carolina understand basic individual income tax law and the North Carolina Individual Income tax return.

This webinar will assist online sellers that are “engaged in business” in North Carolina. Areas of discussion within the webinar will include: sellers with a physical presence in N.C., remote sales to N.C., marketplace facilitators and marketplace sellers as well as applying for a N.C.