NEW JERSEY Tax Forms and Instructions
Below are the relevant links for NJ State Tax information.
New Jersey State Mandate Acceptance in the New Jersey e-file program is automatic with acceptance in the federal program. New Jersey does not require a signature document. Practitioners may choose to maintain a signed copy of NJ-8879, NJ e-file Signature Authorization.Paid preparers that prepare 11 or more NJ resident returns (including trusts and estates) must electronically file all such returns. Preparers are liable for a penalty of $50 for each return not e-filed. A taxpayer may opt out of e-filing by attaching NJ-1040-O, E-File Opt Out Request Form, to his or her return.



NEW JERSEY Tax Forms and Instructions Information
Online Credit Card Payments
  • Offical Payments
    Or call 1-800-2PAY-TAX (Offical payments charges a nominal fee for this service)(Use Jurisdiction Code 2000 for Individual and Jurisdiction Code 2006 for Business Taxes)
Mailing Addresses
  • Return Mailing Address:
    State of New Jersey Division of Taxation Revenue Processing Center-Refunds
    PO Box 555 (Resident) 244 (NR)
    Trenton, New Jersey 08647-0555 (Resident) 08646-0224 (NR)

  • Return Mailing Address without Refund:
    State of New Jersey Division of Taxation Revenue Processing Center-Payment
    PO Box 111 (Resident) 244 (NR)
    Trenton, New Jersey 08645-0111 (Resident) 08646-0224 (NR)

  • Estimates Mailing Address:
    State of New Jersey Division of Taxation Revenue Processing Center
    PO Box 222
    Trenton, New Jersey 08645-0222

  • Amended Return Mailing Address:
    State of New Jersey Division of Taxation Revenue Processing Center
    PO Box 111
    Trenton, New Jersey 08645-0111

  • Extension Mailing Address:
    The New Jersey Division of Taxation grants an automatic six-month extension of time to file until October 15, 2015 if you are filing for a federal extension and have paid at least 80% of your total 2014 tax liability. You are only required to file for a New Jersey extension, if: --You are not applying for a federal extension; or --You are required to remit a tax payment in order to have at least 80% of your actual tax liability paid. If you are not applying for a federal extension, you can still obtain an extension to file your New Jersey gross income tax return by doing the following: --File Form NJ-630 by the original due date of the return --Pay at least 80% of your actual tax liability by the original due date or the extension will be denied. --File the final return by the extended due date together with any balance of tax due. An extension to file your return is not an extension of time to pay your taxes.

    State of New Jersey Division of Taxation Revenue Processing Center
    PO Box 282
    Trenton, New Jersey 08646-0282

  • Electronic Filing:
    The New Jersey e-file program: ? Supports federal/state (piggyback) filing and state-only filing through the Federal/State Electronic Filing Program. ? Allows electronic filing of part-year and nonresident returns. However, New Jersey does not allow electronic filing for a full-year resident filing a joint return with a part-year resident or a full or part-year resident filing jointly with a nonresident. ? Allows amended returns, estimated payments, and fiduciary returns.
Federal Tax Information