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More than half a million North Carolina taxpayers got incorrect tax bills by the state this year, and every day the number of people getting incorrect bills is climbing.
Keely Arthur, WRAL consumer reporter
Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022 -- This is a state legislature that's never seen a corporate tax cut it didn't embrace. It wasted little time to link to federal tax codes to exempt those businesses from state taxes on millions they got in federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) dollars. It should act with the same dispatch to extend the same break to those with student loans.
The state of North Carolina is trying again this month to give out COVID relief money to businesses.
The state of North Carolina is trying again this month to give out COVID relief money to businesses. The Business Recovery Grant program reopened Monday for a second round of grant applications.
Laura Leslie, WRAL Capitol bureau chief
State officials overseeing COVID-19 relief efforts say hundreds of millions of dollars remain available to help businesses and homeowners who suffered financial loss due to the pandemic.
Laura Leslie, capitol bureau chief
The grants offer one-time payments to North Carolina businesses that suffered an economic loss of at least 20 percent during the pandemic.
Bryan Anderson, WRAL statehouse reporter
Taxpayers can get free face-to-face help from the IRS on Saturday at the IRS Taxpayer Assistance Center at Brier Creek.
Today is the first day federal tax returns can be filed. But the Internal Revenue Service is warning of delays due to staffing shortages and complicated filings with all the child tax credits and stimulus payments that went out last year.
Matt Talhelm, WRAL reporter
North Carolina residents have until 2 p.m. on Monday to apply for hundreds of dollars in grant money from the state.
Kasey Cunningham, WRAL reporter
Most payments are automatic, but low-income families and people who used professional tax preparers may need to file first.
Travis Fain, WRAL statehouse reporter
WRAL's Aaron Thomas has more on Hobby Lobby's decision to stay open during the coronavirus outbreak, what businesses are considered essential and who determines which ones can stay open.
Many people who qualify for free tax filing end up paying to file because tax preparers make their free filing sites too difficult to find.
John Matarese, Don't Waste Your Money consumer reporter
Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2020 -- The rush by the UNC Board of Governors and the University of North Carolina and to do anything, at any cost, to get rid of the Silent Sam issue has done just the opposite. Due diligence has been neglected. Open meetings laws ignored. Superior Court Judge Allan Baddour, who signed the initial consent judgement and order with the Sons of Confederate Veterans is reexamining his approval. It is time for the courts and regulators to say enough-is-enough and negate this terrible deal.
After more than $1 billion in renewable energy, historic rehabilitation investments, disagreement in interpretation leads to lawsuit.
Travis Fain, WRAL statehouse reporter
A Garner woman has been accused of embezzling nearly $10,000 from the North Carolina Department of Revenue.
Jason O. Boyd, WRAL.com editor
This tax season, some fraudsters are trying a new tactic - showing up on targets' doorsteps.
Gov. Pat McCrory signed an executive order Friday designed to curtail employers' ability to classify workers as contractors to get around paying certain state taxes.
The House on Wednesday gave preliminary approval to a measure that would crack down on employers that classify workers as independent contractors to avoid paying certain taxes.
House lawmakers are weighing competing arguments about how best to reform the state's laws governing how employers classify and pay taxes for workers.
The N.C. Department of Revenue is no longer printing tax instruction books and forms for certain kinds of businesses.
State lawmakers received a postmortem Thursday on a failed effort to build a new tax-processing system - the latest government IT project to run into trouble - and said there has to be a better way to manage such projects.
North Carolina Revenue officials agreed not to "disparage" CGI despite the fact a tax return processing system designed by the company could not process the bulk of state tax returns.