Do I need to file a North Carolina Individual Income Tax Return? or is derived from gambling activities in this State AND your total income for the taxable year.
CPA, Professor, Dept of Accounting, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC However, if you claim the standard deduction on your tax return Your deductible gambling losses are limited to the gambling winnings.
I live in North Carolina and had gambling winnings in another state? Do I have to pay North Carolina Taxes on those winnings even if I had matching losses? IF you file a nonresident return with the other state, NC will allow a credit for taxes.