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    1. NJ Division of Taxation - Income Tax Exemption for Veterans

      • You can file your New Jersey tax return even if you have not received an acknowledgment notification. New for 2017.
      • Note for surviving spouses: It is important to remember that this exemption, unlike the $250 Veterans Deduction, can only be claimed by the surviving spouse if the qualifying spouse...

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    2. NJ Division of Taxation - Other Property Tax Benefits

      • Annual Deduction for Veterans: Annual deduction of up to $250 from property taxes due for qualified war veterans or a veterans who served in peacekeeping missions and operations. This deduction also is available to a surviving spouse/civil union/domestic partner who has not remarried.

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    3. NJ Division of Taxation - Income Tax - Deductions

      • New Jersey follows the federal rules for deducting qualified Archer MSA contributions.
      • Your deduction cannot be more than the amount of your earned income, as defined for federal tax purposes, from the business under which the insurance plan was established.

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    4. NJ Division of Taxation | 01/12/2018 - New Jersey Income Tax returns were mailed the first week in January. Form NJ-1040 and electronic filling will be available January 29.

      • New Jersey Division of Taxation, Division of Taxation Customer Service Center 609-292-6400.
      • The Office of Criminal Investigation urges you to report suspected tax fraud, whether by individuals or businesses. Our criminal investigators will review each complaint and ensure the necessary action is...

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    5. N.J. 23 cent gas tax hike deal: Your questions answered on who pays more, and less | NJ.com

      • Gas tax plan boosts retirees. I've heard the gas tax could rise higher than 37.5 cents a gallon? That's true. It could also fall lower.
      • The tax deal introduced a $3,000 tax deduction for veterans. According to the legislation, this includes veterans who are "honorable discharged or released under honorable...

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    6. New Jersey Dedication of All Gas Tax Revenue to Transportation, Public Question 2 (2016) - Ballotpedia

      The New Jersey Dedication of All Gas Tax Revenue to Transportation Amendment, also known as Public Question 2, was on the November 8, 2016, ballot in New Jersey as a legislatively referred constitutional amendment. It was approved. Election results from New Jersey Department of State.

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    7. NJ Division of Taxation - Income Tax - Property Tax Deduction/ Credit for Homeowners and Tenants

      • The property tax deduction reduces your taxable income.
      • If you are using NJ WebFile, the program will determine the greater benefit for you. The Division of Taxation audits returns to make sure homeowners and tenants meet the eligibility requirements.

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    8. Tax Deductions | DISABLED VETERAN OR WIDOW OF A DISABLED VETERAN OR SERVICEMAN EXEMPTION FROM REAL ESTATE TAXES

      • * veteran deduction - $250. 1. You must have served in the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force
      • 1. Your spouse had met all the Veteran Deduction Qualifications even if he did not receive the deduction while alive.
      • Tax Assessor Mark Fitzpatrick 540 Ridge Road Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852...

      www.twp.south-brunswick.nj.us

    9. Tax Collector – Borough of Raritan | Veteran Deduction

      • Tax Deduction Information For New Jersey Residents. You may be eligible for one of more of the following tax deductions.
      • 100% Totally and permanently Disabled Veterans and surviving spouses of Disabled Veterans who have not remarried may be exempt from property taxes if they meet all the...

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    10. Freehold Township | Veteran's Tax Deduction

      • Veteran's Tax Deduction. Must be a citizen and resident of New Jersey as of October 1st of the pretax year.
      • • Document that the deceased veteran was a citizen and resident of NJ at death, who had active wartime service in the US and was honorably discharged or died on active wartime duty.

      twp.freehold.nj.us