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Nj Tax Forms

New Jersey tax forms can be downloaded from the State of New Jersey,

Department of the Treasury website: http://www.state.nj.us/treasury/forms.shtml.

Description: This graduated tax is levied on gross income earned or received after June 30, 1976, by New Jersey resident and nonresident individuals, estates, and trusts.

Filing Threshold: For tax years beginning before January 1, 1994, filers with incomes of $3,000 or less for the entire year ($1,500 or less for married persons filing separately) pay no tax. For the 1994 to 1998 tax years, filers with incomes of $7,500 or less for the entire year ($3,750 or less for married persons filing separately) pay no tax. The income levels were raised for the 1999 tax year as part of a three-year phase-in of higher filing thresholds, and filers with incomes of $10,000 or less for the entire year ($5,000 or less for married persons filing separately) pay no tax.

For tax year 2000, the filing threshold was $10,000 or less for the entire year (single filers and estates and trusts), $15,000 or less for the entire year (married couples filing jointly, heads of household, and surviving spouses), and $7,500 or less for the entire year (married persons filing separately). For tax year 2001 and thereafter, the filing threshold is $10,000 or less for the entire year (single filers, married persons filing separately, and estates and trusts), and $20,000 or less for the entire year (married couples filing jointly, heads of household, and surviving spouses).

Withholding Requirement: All employers and others who withhold New Jersey income tax are required to file quarterly returns of tax withheld and to remit tax on a monthly, quarterly, or weekly basis.

Those with prior year withholdings of $10,000 or more are required to remit the income tax withheld by means of Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) on or before the Wednesday of the week following the week containing the payday(s) on which taxes were withheld. Effective for wages paid on and after January 1, 2000, certain employers of household workers may report and remit Gross Income Tax withheld on an annual basis.

Disposition of Revenues: Revenues are deposited in the Property Tax Relief Fund to be used for the purpose of reducing or offsetting property taxes.

The above information is from the State of New Jersey, Dept. of the Treasury website.

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