A Great Method for the Recovery of Debts
What We Do...
We assist North Carolina local governments with the recovery of any delinquent debts by offsetting debtors' North Carolina state tax refunds and Education lottery winnings. As long as the debt is $50 or more and has been delinquent 60 days the process can begin. There is NO COST to participate with the NC Debt Setoff Clearinghouse. Since the debtor pays all fees, there is only the effort and cost of mailing the required notification letters.
Who is Eligible to Participate?
- Joint Regional Agencies What type of local governments are eligible to participate?
- Metropolitan Sewerage Districts (created under Article 5 of Chapter 162A of the General Statutes)
- Public Health Authorities (created under Part 1B of Article 2 of Chapter 130A of the General Statutes)
- Sanitary Districts (created under Part 2 of Article 2 of Chapter 130A of the General Statutes)
- Water and Sewer Authorities (created under Article 1 of Chapter 162A of the General Statutes)
- Housing Authorities (created under Chapter 157 of the General Statutes (debt must be final judgment in favor of Housing Authority) - effective October 1, 2011
- Regional Solid Waste Management Authorities (created under Article 22 of Chapter 153A of the General Statutes - effective January 1, 2013
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Debt Setoff Success
Sixty (63) local governments have surpassed the ONE Million dollars since inception. (As of September 8, 2015)
|1) Gaston: $13.474M||2) Mecklenburg: $10.210M||3) Wake: $10.068M||4) Guilford: $7.559M|
|5) Forsyth: $6.608M||6) Durham: $6.554M||7) Cleveland: $6.434M||8) Robeson: $6.128M|
|9) Rowan: $4.628M||10) Wayne: $4.416M||11) Pitt: $3.577M||12) Vance: $3.177M|
|13) Rockingham: $3.149M||14) New Hanover: $2.987M||15) Lincoln: $2.743M||16) Iredell: $2.708M|
|17) Craven: $2.624M||18) Union: $2.615M||19) Alamance: $2.602M||20) Johnston: $2.514M||21) Catawba: $2.412M||22) Randolph: $2.316M||23) Duplin:$2.304M||24) Caldwell: $2.238M||25) Wilson: $2.211M||26) Surry: $2.188M||27) Onslow: $2.052M||28) Wilkes: $1.803M|
|29) Davidson: $1.664M||30) Hertford: $1.585M||31) Sampson $1.551M30) Nash: $1.038M||32) Buncombe: $1.544M|
|33) Bladen: $1.542M||34) Harnett: $1.515M||35) Nash: $1.465M30) Nash: $1.038M||36) Franklin: $1.350M|
|37) Martin: $1.342M||38) Person: $1.284M||39) Pasquotank: $1.255M||40) Halifax: $1.246M|
|41) Granville: $1.168M||42) Beaufort: $1.126M||43) Henderson: $1.122M||44) Cabarrus: $1.119M|
|45) Bertie: $1.073M||46) Cumberland: $1.036M|
|1) Raleigh: $5.241M||2) Charlotte: $5.160M||3) Winston-Salem: $3.297M|
|4) High Point: $2.936M||5) Wilson: $2.525M||6) Gastonia: $1.824M||7) Asheville: $1.817M||8) Durham: $1.802M||9) Greenville: $1.708M|
|10) Lexington: $1.675M||11) Greensboro: $1.653M||12) Rocky Mount: $1.398M|
|13) New Bern: $1.359M||14) Concord: $1.154M||15) Fayetteville: $1.153M|
|16) Lumberton: $1.062M|
|1) Mecklenburg EMS: $18.133M|
Local Government Units Receiving Funds in 2015 (387)
|1) Counties: 97||2) Municipalities: 257||
3) Joint Regional Authorities: 4||
4) Public Health Authorities: 6
5) Sanitary Districts: 3
6) Water & Sewer Authorities: 8
7)Metropolitan Sewerage Dist.: 1 ||
8)Housing Authorities: 11|