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NJ Tax Relief for Florida Hurricane Victims


The NJ Division of Taxation will follow the guidelines provided by the IRS for special tax relief for Florida taxpayers in the Presidential Disaster Relief Areas. Affected taxpayers include businesses and individuals located in the Disaster Areas; those who tax records are in the Disaster Areas; and relief workers.

Affected taxpayers have until December 30, 2004 to file NJ tax returns and submit payments for any return and/or payment, including estimated payments, that have either an original or extended due date between September 3, 2004 through December 30, 2004.

To qualify for this relief, affected taxpayers must write “Florida Hurricane Relief” at the top of their NJ tax return when filed. Affected taxpayers who receive penalties for late filing or payment should call our Customer Service Hotline at 609-292-6400 for abatement information.

For information about the counties included in the Presidential Disaster Relief Areas, please read the IRS press release.

For additional information about NJ tax relief for Florida Hurricane Victims, call 609-292-6400 or send us an email.

Last Updated: Tuesday, 09/28/10



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