Due to a massive volume of e-filed tax returns and extensions, the NC Department of Revenue is experiencing a delay in sending out acknowledgements. They anticipate these confirmations will be behind by a few days, and will relay more specific updates to NCACPA as they are received by the Department’s I.T. staff. However, returns and […]
By Sean McCabe As April marks Autism Awareness Month, Big Four firm Ernst & Young has announced expansions to its neurodiversity program with a newly-opened Neurodiversity Center of Excellence in its Chicago office. Earlier this year, the Center of Excellence hired 11 neurodiverse candidates, with 10 of these candidates relocating to Chicago — the highest relocation rate […]
A new federal law signed by President Donald Trump on December 31, 2018, the Veterans Benefits and Transition Act of 2018, allows military spouses to choose the same state of residence as their service member for tax filing purposes, regardless of whether they have ever lived in the state. A tax bulletin from the Virginia […]
The Department of Revenue released an important notice today regarding the U.S. Supreme Court Kaestner trust case.
On February 19, 2019, NCACPA met with Department of Revenue leaders to discuss the Department’s responses to our proposed solutions for NC-3 e-filing. The Association could not have done this work without the help of members Barb Sarvis, Elizabeth Monday, Jack Harris, and Drew Edmundson—as well as the many members who shared input on Connect. […]
The Nominating Committee met in Charlotte on January 31,2019, and is pleased to present the following slate of officers and directors, which will be voted upon during the Annual Business Meeting scheduled for May 2, 2019. Austin Wachter (Nuveen, Charlotte) will become the 2019-20 Chair, and Scott Showalter (North Carolina State University, Raleigh) will assume […]
The IRS has provided FAQ documents on both collections and exam activities following the agency’s resumption on January 28, 2019.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Schorr Johnson, Director of Public Affairs (919) 814-1010 NC Department of Revenue to Assist Taxpayers Affected by Federal Furlough Raleigh, NC—The North Carolina Department of Revenue (NCDOR) announced today that as the partial federal government shutdown continues, the NCDOR is offering assistance to taxpayers financially impacted by the furlough. Taxpayers are […]
The Association has been in frequent communications with the Department of Revenue over the past month on the NC-3 e-Filing issues. This week in particular, we have been persistently engaged reiterating the concerns our members have with the current electronic filing process. The Department of Revenue has readily heard our concerns and the Secretary of […]
As was posted yesterday, we have been in frequent contact with the Department of Revenue regarding incompatibility of tax-filing software with the NC-3 online portal. We posed a number of questions to DoR yesterday afternoon, and have just received the following responses from them (view this PDF for additional Q&A). o Is there any possibility […]