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Category: North Carolina

North Carolina Payments

Partnership: If you are a nonresident partner, enter your share of the tax paid to North Carolina by the manager of the partnership on your distributive share of the partnership income. Include with your return a copy of Form NC K-1 for Form D-403 provided by the partnership to verify the amount claimed.

S Corporation: If you are a nonresident shareholder of an S corporation, enter your share of the income tax paid to North Carolina by an S corporation on your distributive share of the S. corporation income. Include with your return a copy of Form NC K-1 for Form CD-401S provided by the S corporation to verify the amount claimed.

Apply Refund to 2015 Tax Return -If you have overpaid your tax, you can elect to have all or a portion of the over-payment applied to your 2015 estimated tax. Once this election has been made and filed, it cannot be changed. 

Paid with Extension: If you filed an automatic extension of time, enter the amount of North Carolina income tax paid with the extension.

Penalties and InterestIf you wish to include your penalties and interest with your tax return to avoid receiving a tax bill later, complete this section. The penalty amount would be calculated and entered manually by the user. For instructions for calculating your penalties and interest, please refer to the D-400 Instructions. 

NC Education Endowment Fund - Enter the amount you wish to contribute to the NC Education Endowment Fund here. If you are receiving a refund, the contribution amount will decrease your refund. If you have an amount owed, the contribution will increase the amount owed to the state. Additional contributions to the Fund may be made by mailing your contribution directly to the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, Cash Collections, 6331 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, North Carolina 27699-6331.

NC Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Fund - Enter the amount you wish to contribute to the NC Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Fund here. Your contributions are used to monitor and manage wildlife populations, including turtles, flying squirrels, frogs, mussels, salamanders, and hundreds of bird species. If you are receiving a refund, the contribution amount will decrease your refund. If you have an amount owed, the contribution will increase the amount owed to the state. Additional contributions to the Fund may be made by mailing your donation directly to the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, 1702 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, North Carolina 27699-1702.