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NJ Division of Taxation - Corporation Business Tax Credits ...
Corporation Business Tax liability which is attributable to and the direct result of the taxpayer's qualified investment and shall not reduce the tax liability below the statutory minimum. This tax credit is available for investment in new or expanded business facilities that create new jobs in New Jersey.
The investment must create at least 5 new jobs (50 for large businesses), and meet the...
NJ Division of Taxation - New Jersey Sales and Use Tax EZ ...
New Jersey Sales and Use Tax EZ File
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Can I file my sales and use tax return and make my payment on the 20th and be considered timely?
A. Yes. As long as your return is transmitted by 11:59 p.m. on the due date, whether by phone or online, it will be considered timely filed. Whether you are paying by EFT, e-check or credit card, if the...
NJ Division of Taxation - Filing Sales and Use Tax Returns ...
How Do You File and Pay New Jersey Sales Tax?
All businesses that sell taxable goods and services in New Jersey must register with the New Jersey Division of Revenue and Enterprise Services to collect Sales Tax. This includes any person who makes seasonal or occasional sales at events such as a flea market or craft show.
Once your business is registered to collect Sales Tax, you...
Homestead Benefit Frequently Asked Questions - New Jersey
How to File
Where do I get an Identification Number and PIN so I can file my Homestead Benefit application?
If you received an application packet in the mail, you will find your ID and PIN printed on the Homestead Benefit worksheet found in the center of the packet;
If you received your application electronically, use the link in the email we sent to you to obtain your ID and PIN; or
NJ Division of Taxation - Income Tax - Reporting and Remitting
Forms NJ-927 and NJ-927-W must be filed on or before the 30th day of the month following the end of the quarter. Form NJ-927 and NJ-927-W are used to report New Jersey gross income tax withheld as well as contributions for unemployment insurance, healthcare subsidy, workforce development, disability insurance, and family leave insurance. Employers are also required to file Form WR-30, Employer...
NJ Division of Taxation - Inheritance and Estate Tax ...
Inheritance and Estate Tax Branch
Rates depend on the amount received and the relationship between the decedent and the beneficiary or transferee .
Inheritance Tax Rates
Tax Rate for Each Beneficiary or Transferee
First $25,000....................................No tax is due
No tax is due
*No tax is due for transfers to a beneficiary having a...
NJ Division of Taxation - Retirement Income
NJ Income Tax - Retirement Income
If you are a New Jersey resident, your pensions, annuities, and certain IRA withdrawals are taxable and must be reported on your New Jersey tax return. However, the taxable amount you report for federal tax purposes may not be the same as the amount you report for New Jersey purposes. This is because you may have to calculate the taxable amount for your...
NJ Division of Taxation - Address Change
You can complete Form REG-C-L or use the Division of Revenue's On-Line Registration Change Service .
Addresses are automatically updated when Income Tax returns or Property Tax Relief applications are filed by paper. You can also choose one of the options below to notify the Division of Taxation of your new address..
Email your request.
Do not send your social security number...
NJ Division of Taxation - Answers to Frequently Asked ...
How do I register for a New Jersey tax identification number? How do I register a business?
A business must complete and file Form NJ-REG (Business Registration Application) to register with the State to collect/remit New Jersey taxes such as sales tax or employee withholdings, and to obtain a New Jersey tax identification number. You can register a business online or file a...
NJ Department of Community Affairs
Table 2. NJ State Housing Initiatives
Date: 2018-01-16 16:54:22
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