North Carolina State Documents
State Web Pages
More links to state pages:
- Council of State Governments State Links
- Founded in 1933, this organization encompasses all branches of government of all U.S. States.
- Library of Congress State and Local Governments Page
- Has links to several indexes of state web sites.
- State & Local Government on the Net
- Lists of links to state agencies, legislative and judicial web sites, and county and municipal governments.
More links to state legislative information:
- Council of State Governments
- Founded in 1933, this organization encompasses all branches of government of all U.S. States. The site includes news and research on policy issues, plus links to state home pages, nonprofit organizations, and think tanks.
- FindLaw State Resources
- Links to state legal and governmental information.
- National Conference of State Legislatures
- An organization whose membership is composed of state lawmakers and legislative staffers. Publishes materials dealing with state policy issues.
- STATE SEARCH State Legislatures Page
- From the National Association of State Information Resource Executives (NASIRE). Links to pages with state legislative information.
- This site is operated by the Pew Center on the States, a research organization administered by the University of Richmond, and funded by the Pew Charitable Trusts. Covers news on the states "written by journalists for journalists, policy makers and engaged citizens."
|State Tax Forms
Note on dates: Be sure to double check the tax year for which forms and information are applicable, since some web sites may also include the editions applicable to prior tax years.
Note on Adobe Acrobat: Online tax forms and other tax publications are usually available in Adobe Acrobat format, and you must have a copy of the Adobe Acrobat reader installed on your computer to read them and print them. You can download a free copy of the reader from the Adobe web site.
- North Carolina Department of Revenue
- This agency now provides several of its most popular tax forms in Adobe Acrobat format, as well as some other tax information, from their web site.
- Links to State Departments of Revenue and Online Statutes
- Compiled by Barry Rubin, CPA. Provides links to the state agency web pages for state Departments of Revenue or comparable agencies. A page symbol indicates that documents are available in Adobe Acrobat format. A telephone symbol indicates a "faxback" service for obtaining forms, and a terminal symbol indicates a telnet service. If a link doesn't work because the web address has changed, try our links to official state home pages and look for the tax agency from there.
- 1040.com: State Forms and Instructions
- From the 1040.com web site (click on State tab at top), provided by Drake Software, which is not affiliated with any state government or government agency. The forms, instructions, and publications that you can download from 1040.com are in Adobe Acrobat format. Not all states have forms available electronically.
Last modified July 20, 2007 4:38:29 PM EDT