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Tax Law in North Carolina

Facing a tax problem alone is impossible – after all, there are 73,608 pages in the Internal Revenue Code alone. We’ll use this article to connect you with all the information you need to find a North Carolina tax attorney who actually knows how to interpret the Code and we’ll also give you helpful educational tax information.

Here’s a rundown of:

  • When a NC tax lawyer can help you
  • The types of taxes a NC tax attorney deals with
  • How to find free non-legal tax help
  • How to find legal tax help

A North Carolina Tax Lawyer Can Help with these Tax Problems

Sample tax cases are shown immediately below. Don’t be concerned if your specific situation isn’t addressed. If your problem has the word, “tax”, in it, a tax attorney will be able to help you.

  • The NC Department of Revenue doesn’t like the way Barb’s business keeps the books and she is being audited.
  • Carlos and Jake received a letter from the IRS announcing that they owed an additional $6,900 in taxes, interest, and penalties.
  • Vanessa’s business has flourished after 13 years of hard work. The IRS wants to know why she didn’t pay taxes from 2007-2010.
  • Doreen trusted her tax preparer and is now facing tax evasion charges.
  • Franklin and Maureen are taking their business public and want to know how to keep taxes to a minimum.
  • The North Carolina Department of Revenue has notified Robert that he should have been claiming income for revenue a department customer service representative told him was exempt.
  • Kira and Natasha are setting up an Internet marketing business and want to know how to structure their business to pay the least amount of taxes.

A North Carolina Tax Attorney Handles These Kind of Taxes

  • Taxes due when you earn your money (income taxes and payroll taxes).
  • Taxes due when you give away your money (gift taxes).
  • Taxes due when you buy something(sales and use taxes for in-person and out-of-state online purchase taxes).
  • Taxes due when you sell your assets (realty transfer taxes, capital gains taxes, and income taxes).
  • Taxes due when you die (federal estate taxes and generation-skipping taxes).

Where do I Find North Carolina and Federal Tax Laws?

How Do I Find Non-Legal Tax Help?

Free tax information is available from both the IRS and the North Carolina Department of Revenue.Forms, educational information, and phone numbers are available for your convenience.

How Do I Find Legal Tax Help?

Facing a taxing authority like the IRS or the NC Department of Revenue is scary for everyone. Even if you’re always honest on your taxes, it’s nerve wracking. You’ll feel better when a legal advocate has your back and you’re not trying to wade through the Internal Revenue Code alone. To find a North Carolina tax attorney, search our site,, or ask the bar association or a friend for a referral.

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