Did My New Jersey Protest or Tax Return Go Up in Flames?


On Tuesday, September 11, 2012, a delivery truck carrying mail addressed to the New Jersey Division of Taxation (“Division”) was involved in an accident and the contents of the truck were destroyed beyond recognition.

The New Jersey Governor and Treasurer directed the Division to assist taxpayers that may have been affected by the accident. The Division has advised taxpayers that duplicate mailings, or electronic returns and payments, can be submitted immediately and that late filing and late payment penalties will be waived for filings and payments received on or before October 15, 2012.

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