Thursday, February 7, 2013
The free events are designed help individuals and businesses prepare their 2012 tax returns.
The State's Treasury Department's Division of Taxation has organized a number of tax assistance outreach events throughout February and March in towns affected by Hurricane Sandy, Gov. Chris Christie's office announced Thursday. The events, scheduled during the height of tax season, are being held in towns that suffered heavy damage during Sandy as well as adjacent municipalities. The events will be located at libraries or other public buildings. The events are scattered throughout Monmouth, Ocean and Bergen Counties. The tax assistance events are free and residents can register online by visiting https://www.state.nj.us/treas/taxation/contactus_tytstormsandyrelief.shtml.. Residents can also email email@example.com or call …
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Star Ledger report shows mixed results for local towns
Tuesday, January 15
The average New Jersey property taxes have risen slightly, 1.7 percent last year, but taxpayers in the Long Branch-Eatontown area are seeing mixed results on their bills in 2012. The average Long Branch, Eatontown and Tinton Falls taxpayers paid less in property taxes in 2012 as compared to the statewide average. However, the average total bill for Long Branch and Tinton Falls residents increased a bit more than the average bill statewide as compared to 2011. In contrast, West Long Branch taxpayers spent more on average than New Jersey taxpayers elsewhere but actually experienced a decline in their bills from 2011. The data is contained within a Star Ledger analysis that looked at the average bills in all 566 municipalities in the state …
Friday, August 12, 2011
A delay in mailing third quarter tax bills gives residents until Sept. 6 to remit payment.
Thanks to Trenton, and some last minute school aid, tax payers in Tinton Falls received a grace period to remit third quarter payments. According to the borough's Web site, the grace period for the August quarter taxes will be extended to Sept. 6. Payments received in the Tax Collector's office after this date will accrue interest from the statutory due date of Aug. 1. Residents can call borough tax collector Carol Hussey at (732) 542-3400 Ext. 360 with questions and for more information.