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States who impose taxes on residents’ earned income need to choose which method to use out of three different options: combined, joint, or a mix of the two. North Carolina opts for the joint system, which is much like the federal government’s system. In a joint filing system, married couples are considered a single economic unit, and therefore their incomes are added together to be taxed as one amount.

The state tax base started with the federal adjusted gross income, though there are differences in exemptions and deductions between the federal and state levels.


Taxpayers can expect the following sources of income to be excluded from North Carolina state income tax:

  • Interest from U.S. government bonds
  • Capital gains for certain North Carolina obligations issued before July 1, 1995
  • The first $2,000 per person in private pension or retirement income
  • The first $4,000 per person in public U.S. civil service or military pension or retirement income
  • Social security benefits


Depending on which filing status residents choose, the state offers a range of standard deductions. Married, filing single and single filing statuses are entitled to $8,250, married filing joint get $16,500 in a standard deduction, while head of household status can get $13,200. In addition to the standard deduction, taxpayers may be entitled to deduct the following:

  • Up to $35,000 in severance pay received due to no fault of the employee resulting in permanent involuntary termination
  • Contributions to state college savings programs
  • Donations to volunteer firefighters and rescue workers

Tax Rates

Tax rates in North Carolina are not dependent on income bracket. Any amount of income over $0 is taxed at 5.75%. supports all state income tax returns. Washington D.C. along with 41 states have income tax returns. If you live in Alaska, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington or Wyoming, you only need to file your Federal Income Tax Return with the IRS.

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