Taxes in North Carolina

Each state’s tax code is a multifaceted system with many moving parts, and North Carolina is no exception. The first step towards understanding North Carolina’s tax code is knowing the basics.

How does North Carolina rank?  Below, we have highlighted a number of tax rates, ranks, and measures detailing North Carolina’s income tax, business tax, sales tax, and property tax systems. Click the tabs below to explore!

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