Received a Notice Online POA Available Now! You can now easily submit Form Gen-58 Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative, online. Learn More Additional Information Required for IRS Transcripts Taxpayers who send IRS transcripts to the NCDOR, should make sure to include additional information. Read the notice Notices don't have to be complicated. Let us help you understand them. Notices are sent out when the department determines taxpayers owe taxes to the State that have not been paid for a number of reasons. Notice Types A-M N-Z Pay a Bill or Notice Notice Notice ID Attachment and Garnishment – Employer Copy N0010001, N0010003, N0010051, N0010053 Attachment and Garnishment – Taxpayer Copy N0010001, N0010003, N0010051, N0010053 Authorization for Bank Draft Installment Agreement N0013101 Confirmation of Installment Payment Agreement N0012601 Default Notice N0012901 Delinquent Notice N0016101 - N0019401 Garnishment Release Letter N0010501 Pay a Bill or Notice Notice Notice ID Notice of Collection N0002203 Notice of Collection – Amount Shown Due But Not Paid In Full N0002401 Notice of Individual Income Tax Adjustment N0001301 - N0001306 Notice of Individual Income Tax Assessment N0000204 Notice to File a Return N/A Payment Agreement Installment Notice N0012701 Privilege License Renewal N0050101, N0050102, N0050103 Unclaimed Refund Letter N0005802 Collections Payment Plans Need help paying tax due? Once you receive a notice, immediately request an installment payment agreement to avoid forced collection action. Garnishments An attachment and garnishment is an order requiring that money be withheld from a taxpayer’s wages, bank accounts, or other intangible property. Penalties and Interest Penalties and Interest Penalties and interest are required to be assessed by law. Find out how much will be assessed and when they are applied. Penalty Waiver The Penalty Waiver Policy outlines the penalties that can be waived for various reasons. Taxes Taxes don't have to be complicated. We're here to help you understand tax laws, what notices you may have, and how to file and pay for taxes. File and Pay North Carolina taxpayers are choosing a faster, more convenient way to file their State and Federal individual income tax returns by electronically filing. Resolving Disputes Taxpayers who disagree with proposed assessments of taxes from the Department of Revenue or refunds denied by the Department have the right to challenge the Department’s action.