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New Jersey Homeowner or Tenant

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New Jersey Homeowner or Tenant

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Indicate whether at any time during 2014 you either owned or rented a dwelling in New Jersey that you occupied as your principal residence on which property
taxes or rent were paid. Fill in only one oval to indicate whether during 2014 you were a homeowner, a tenant, both a homeowner and a tenant, or neither a
homeowner nor a tenant. If you were a homeowner or a tenant (or both), you may be asked to provide proof of property taxes or rent paid on your principal
residence at a later time. If you answer “Neither” here, you are not eligible for a property tax credit. Do not file Form NJ-1040-H.


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Views: 807 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Aug 27, 2015
Posted in: STATES, New Jersey

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