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The NCDOR office at 1429 Rock Quarry Road in Raleigh will move to a new location at 3301 Terminal Drive near Tower Shopping Center in the next few months.

The North Carolina Department of Revenue has officially opened the 2020 individual income tax filing season and begun accepting and processing individual income tax returns effective Feb. 12. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) also opened federal tax filing season today.

The North Carolina Department of Revenue (NCDOR) officially opened the 2021 business income tax filing season and began accepting Corporate Income and Franchise, and Partnership tax returns effective Jan. 11. The agency began accepting Estate & Trust tax returns on Feb. 1.

The N.C. Department of Revenue has published the 2020 Tax Law Change book, which summarizes the recent legislative changes to the state's Revenue laws.

The North Carolina Department of Revenue (NCDOR) will follow the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and officially open the 2021 individual income tax filing season and begin accepting and processing individual income tax returns on Friday, Feb. 12.

The North Carolina motor fuels tax for gasoline, diesel, and alternative fuels will remain at 36.1 cents per gallon for the period of Jan. 1 – Dec. 31, 2021. The inspection tax will be .0025 cents per gallon.     

 A Wake County caterer was arrested Tuesday on felony tax charges filed by the North Carolina Department of Revenue.

Marcus Vegas, 51, of Cary, was charged on December 15, 2020 with five counts of Embezzlement of State Property. 

A Hendersonville businessman was arrested Wednesday on felony tax charges filed by the North Carolina Department of Revenue.

Larry Lee Crume, Jr., 59, of Hendersonville, was charged on December 2, 2020 with two counts of Embezzlement of State Property.

 A Wake County caterer was arrested Tuesday on felony tax charges filed by the North Carolina Department of Revenue.

Marcus Vegas, 51, of Cary, was charged on December 15, 2020 with five counts of Embezzlement of State Property. 

A Raleigh businesswoman pleaded guilty Tuesday in Wake County District Court to a tax charge filed by the North Carolina Department of Revenue.

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