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What is the New Jersey Taxpayers Bill of Rights?

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What is the New Jersey Taxpayers Bill of Rights?

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Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights

The New Jersey Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights simplifies tax administration and ensures that all taxpayers are better informed and

receive fair and equitable treatment during the tax collection process. Highlights of the Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights include:

Service–

Division must respond to taxpayers’ questions within a reasonable time period.

Notices of taxes and penalties due must clearly identify the purpose of the notice and must contain information about appeal

procedures.

Appeals–

Time to appeal to the Tax Court is generally 90 days.

Interest on Refunds–

Interest is paid at the prime rate on refunds for all taxes when the Division takes more than six months to send you a refund.

You can request that your overpayment of this year’s tax be credited towards next year’s tax liability; however, interest will

not be paid on overpayments that are credited forward.

For more information on the rights and obligations of both taxpayers and the Division of Taxation under the Taxpayers’ Bill of

Rights, see publication ANJ-1, New Jersey Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights.


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Date updated: Jan 10, 2019
Posted in: States, New Jersey

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