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  2. NJ MVC | How To Get A Title For A New Vehicle

    www.nj.gov/mvc/vehicles/titlenew.htm

    Sales tax is not collected at the agency for New Jersey dealers. However, if you did not pay sales tax at the time of purchase, you will need to pay the sales tax based on the actual amount paid for the vehicle. Sales tax may be paid at a motor vehicle agency. Certain vehicles are exempt from sales tax. If the vehicle was purchased from an out ...

  3. NJ Division of Taxation - When to File and Pay - State

    www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/njit19.shtml

    Late Filing Penalty. When you do not file a return by the due date or extended due date we may assess a Late Filing Penalty. The Late Filing Penalty is 5% of the tax due for each month (or part of a month) the return is late. The maximum penalty for late filing is 25% of the balance due. We also may charge $100 for each month the return is late.

  4. State of NJ - Department of the Treasury - Division of ...

    www.nj.gov/treasury/taxation/corp_over.shtml

    The tax rate is 9.00% (.09) of entire net income that is subject to federal income taxation or such portion thereof as may be allocable to New Jersey. The tax rate on net pro rata share of S corporation income allocated to New Jersey for non-consenting shareholders for tax year 2010 periods beginning 8/09 through 12/09 is 10.75% (.1075 ...

  5. Business.NJ.gov | Tax and Annual Filings

    business.nj.gov/pages/filings-and-accounting

    If selling taxable items or services in New Jersey, businesses are required to collect and remit a sales tax to the state. The sales tax rate is 6.625%. Reduced taxes (50% of the regular rate) may apply to transactions taking place within a Urban Enterprise Zone (UEZ) and involving a certified UEZ Business. Learn more about the New Jersey Sales ...

  6. Tax Office | Fairfield Township NJ

    fairfieldtownshipnj.org/departments/tax-office

    PHONE: 856-451-9284 FAX: 856-455-3056 POSTAL ADDRESS: P.O. Box 240, Fairton, NJ 08320. PHYSICAL ADDRESS: 70 Fairton Gouldtown Road Bridgeton, NJ 08302

  7. Tax Interest Rate calculation - Michigan

    www.michigan.gov/taxes/iit/tools/tax-interest...

    It cannot be used to compute the penalty for underpayment of estimated tax by individuals, fiduciaries, Single Business Tax and Michigan Business Tax. Depending upon the facts of your case, additional penalties may be due pursuant to law.

  8. Interest, Penalties, and Collection Cost Recovery Fee

    www.cdtfa.ca.gov/formspubs/pub75.pdf

    and make a late tax payment. A 10 percent penalty applies for the late payment and the late return filing following the Fee Collections Procedures (FCP) Law. In addition, a 50 percent penalty also applies according to Cannabis Tax Law section 34013(f). In this example, the total penalty amount is limited to 10 percent (per FCP Law) plus the

  9. It's Been A Few Years Since I Filed A Tax Return. Should I ...

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    The tax identity theft risk assessment will be provided in January 2019. The tax identity theft risk assessment is based on various data sources and actual risk may vary beyond factors included in analysis.

  10. The only penalty you may face is a self-imposed penalty because you are letting the U.S. Government hang on to money that is rightfully yours. Be aware that you can only claim your tax refund for a previous tax year within three years of the original tax return's due date or deadline. For example, you have until April 15, 2024 to claim a 2020 ...

  11. New Jersey Form NJ-1040NR (Non-Resident Income Tax Return ...

    www.taxformfinder.org/newjersey/form-nj-1040nr

    Form NJ-140NR is the nonresident version of the NJ-1040 income tax return. This form must be filed by all out of state or part time resident taxpayers who earned over $10,000 in New Jersey over the last year (or $20,000 if filing as a couple or Head of Ho Form NJ-1040NR requires you to list multiple forms of income, such as wages, interest, or alimony .