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The North Carolina accountants, CPAs and CPA firms listed on CPAfinder.com are licensed, and experienced in a variety of accounting specialties. They can help with any of your questions, including business setup advice, tax planning and forms preparation, licensing requirements, sales taxes, bookkeeping, payroll, QuickBooks assistance and more. Whether your accounting needs are broad or very specific, at CPAfinder.com you can find the North Carolina accountants with the answers and expertise you need to give you the peace of mind that comes from knowing you are fully compliant with all rules and regulations.
Notes on North Carolina Tax & Accounting Rules:
• The initial filing requirements, licenses and fees to set up a new business in North Carolina differ depending on the type of business entity you choose and type of business you are in, as will your ongoing obligations. It’s a good idea to talk to a North Carolina professional to explore your options before setting up your new business.
• North Carolina levies a franchise tax on all corporations that do business there, whether organized in North Carolina or not. The tax is calculated by multiplying the tax rate of 0.15% by the corporation’s paid-in capital, investments in North Carolina property, and 55% of the appraised value of all tangible property owned in North Carolina. The highest of the 3 resulting values is the tax due. The minimum franchise tax is $35.
• There is also an annual reporting requirement and filing fee of $25 for corporations, or $200 for limited liability companies (LLCs).
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