That’s the infamous question everyone will be asking up until the actually file their taxes for 2011. Depending on your filing status and your taxable income, the North Carolina tax rate can range from 6 to 7.75 percent. 1.75 percent may not seem like a big difference but it certainly can be when we are talking about a year’s worth of income!
We’ve compiled some nifty charts and tools for you all in one place so that you can have a good idea of how much you will owe, or hopefully get back, even before your actual taxes are filed. If you have any questions on how to interpret any of the information below please feel free to leave a comment below or contact the WolfBridge Financial team.
*To obtain a copy of a free and helpful booklet on all the information below you can call the NC Department of Revenue toll-free at 1-877-252-3052 or you can find a local service center and get it in person by visiting HERE.
If your filing status is single
If your filing status is head of household
If your filing status is married, filing jointly or qualifying widow or widower
If your filing status is married, filing separately
Check out the nifty tool below courtesy of the North Carolina Department of Revenue. It may not give you an exact number if you aren’t 100% sure yet what your taxable income is but you can certainly get a good idea!