Yes, the North Carolina Department of Revenue requires the filing 1099 forms.
Yes, but you need to file 1099 directly with the State Department of Revenue.
Yes, the state of North Carolina mandates filing the Annual Reconciliation Form NC-3 with 1099 forms if there is state tax withholding.
Form NC-3 is an Annual Reconciliation used to report the total income taxes withheld from individuals.
The state of North Carolina encouraged to file 1099 electronically even if you are submitting 1 or more 1099 Form.
If you file 1099 Forms late in North Carolina, the penalty levied is $50 per day, up to a maximum of $1,000. Failing to file NC-3 or efile 1099 Forms using the eNC3 and Information Reporting Application by the due date will result in a penalty of $200. However, there will still be a penalty for filing federal form 1099 late. Learn more about the Form 1099 penalties in detail by visiting https://www.taxbandits.com/form-1099-series/1099-penalties/.