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Taxes

ONLY ON 3: Church-owned home where suspect arrested loses tax-exempt status

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videoNew Hanover County says the church-owned home where a drive-by shooting suspect was arrested Tuesday will no longer be tax-exempt. Full story...
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NC tax plan finalized, heading to McCrory's desk

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The North Carolina legislature has finalized its tax overhaul deal and now will send it to Gov. Pat McCrory's desk for his expected signature. Full story...
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NC House votes to pass tax cuts, other changes

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The North Carolina legislature has started its formal approval for tax changes that Republican lawmakers and Gov. Pat McCrory say will energize the state's economy and give tax relief to residents. Full story...
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NC lawmakers, McCrory to make tax announcement

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Leaders in the General Assembly and Gov. Pat McCrory are going to make a statement about the tax negotiations that have been going on for several weeks. Full story...
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NC liberal group says paying taxes is patriotic

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A coalition of North Carolina liberal groups wants to spread the message heading into Independence Day that paying taxes is patriotic. Full story...
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NC Senate wrapping up work for week

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The North Carolina Senate plans more work on taxes, abortion regulations and environmental rules before it adjourns for the long July 4 weekend. Full story...
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Brunswick County budget holds line on tax rate

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As expected, the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved its 2013-14 fiscal year budget Monday night. Full story...
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$500 million in deductions added to NC tax plan

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The North Carolina House Republicans' tax plan is headed to the floor with an additional half billion dollars in deductions to help the real estate business. Full story...
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Surf City bumps beach tax rate up 10 cents

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video A dime increase on the property tax rate at Surf City will go to putting more sand on the beaches. Full story...
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Property tax to stay flat in Wilmington budget plan

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videoWilmington residents should expect not to pay more in property taxes next year. At Monday night's City Council meeting, leaders discussed Wilmington's recommended budget for the upcoming fiscal year, which begins July 1. Full story...
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