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The State of North Dakota Tax Department, or the North Dakota Office of State Commissioner (ND OSC) does offer relief for taxpayers who either need to file late, pay late, or pay tax liabilities over time. In other words, just like the IRS, the ND OSC has mechanisms to help taxpayers in certain situations.
North Dakota Tax Payment PlanIf you cannot pay your ND tax bill in full, the state asks that you pay as much as you and to contact their Collections department at 701-328-1244. In many cases, you will be able to setup a “reasonable” payment plan which can often prevent a tax lien from being placed on your credit report. A payment normally carriers interest, but it will allow you to pay off your tax liabilities over a period of 6 months at 12% interest (ouch!). Furthermore, you will still incur a failure to pay penalty which ranges depending on the balance. With such a high interest rate, you may want to consider methods of paying off your tax bill such as a home equity loan, personal loan, or credit card, assuming one of these assumptions will charge you less interest and give you more time to pay off the tax balance.
Does ND offer an Offer In Compromise?An Offer In Compromise is available to certain financially troubled taxpayers in the state of North Dakota, regarding those with unpaid tax bills. Just like the IRS and many states, the state of North Dakota states in their Biennial Report, that a debtor’s individual “income tax liability may be reduced based upon a federal offer in compromise.” In other words, it is contingent on you receiving an acceptance on a Federal Offer in Compromise. Therefore, if you don’t owe the IRS any money but only owe the State of North Dakota, then an Offer In Compromise will not be a possible option.
Getting a Tax Extension to File North Dakota Tax ReturnIf you need an extension to file your taxes, the North Dakota Office of the State Tax Commissioner provides state taxpayers with the ability to request one as long as their is “good cause.” Realize that “good cause” does not include the inability to pay. However, If the IRS grants you an extension to file your Federal tax return, you do not need to have “good cause” to receive an ND tax filing extension, and you do not have to notify the ND OSC. The ND OSC will give you an extension to file that matches your Federal tax extension to file. For 2013, it is October 15th, 2013. If you do not need a Federal tax extension, but need a filing extension just for the state of North Dakota, you will need to fill out Form 101 and it must be mailed on or before the normal tax filing deadline. Be sure to include any prepayment of tax owed with your extension request, otherwise, any taxes due that are unpaid will accrue at 12% interest. For individuals, use Form ND-1EXT, which is the applicable payment voucher.
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Important State Tax Addresses: General Address: North Dakota Office of State Tax Commissioner 600 E Boulevard Ave. Dept. 127 Bismarck, ND 58505-0599
Amended Return Mailing Address: North Dakota Office of State Tax Commissioner 600 E Boulevard Ave. Dept. 127 Bismarck, ND 58505-0599