Questions tagged [new-jersey]

Use this tag for questions related to rules and experiences specific to the State of New Jersey in the United States.

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Sales tax collection and rounding

I will be selling goods at a festival in New Jersey this fall. I am adding sales tax on top of my price and wondered what the laws are regarding rounding. Is it okay to round to nearest quarter rather ...
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Is it normal for an apartment complex to raise the rent on a long term tenant while listing identical vacant units at their original price?

I have been at this apartment complex for 2 years now. When I moved in two years ago, the rent for my unit was $2200/mo, which was reasonable for the market. At the end of my first 12mo lease, the ...
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Will there be more tax deductions if I put the house completely under my name, versus doing a joint ownership?

I currently live with my mother, and the house is under her name. However, I pay for the property tax (house paid off). In regards to property tax reductions. If I will be continuously paying the ...
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NJ 1040 Dividends

For the NJ 1040 do you add together your ordinary dividends and qualified dividends or are the qualified dividends already part of the ordinary dividends and I should just report the ordinary dividend ...
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Do I not have to pay state tax on capital gains on my stock sales?

I live in NJ and for tax purposes, I am a full year resident of NJ. In the NJwebfile site, I cannot find any option to report capital gains on my stock sales. Also in the instructions, I could not ...
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Tax difference in working in New York City compared to NJ

Because of taxes, everyone says that you make less money if you work in New York City compared to New Jersey. Is there a way to estimate the difference? Edit: I should have specified that I am trying ...
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How do I file an inheritance on my New Jersey tax return?

I inherited a bit of money from a grandparent that passed away last year. New Jersey has an inheritance tax but from what I looked up close family inheritance is not taxable. I want to make sure ...
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Real Estate Agent Exclusive Agreement - Geographic Restriction

I am searching for homes in two different geographic locations in NJ. I was refereed to an agent who is local to one area I am looking at buying. I told him I may want to look further south and ...
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Stay in New Jersey or Move to Pennsylvania

I live in South Jersey and work in Philadelphia. My property tax rate is 3.43% in Camden County, New Jersey. A suburb like Blue Bell PA has property tax of 1.2%. I'm not sure what my total income tax (...
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Trying to rent an apartment, processing fee $1000?

I am a student and soon to be tenant who is looking to rent a place for about 4 months between January and May. I have to relocate near Atlantic City, NJ and I have come across many winter rentals ...
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Do the dividends in NJ's 1040 include both the ordinary dividends and qualified dividends from the federal 1040?

I'm just wondering if I can calculate the dividends for New Jersey's 1040 by summing the ordinary dividends and qualified dividends boxes from the federal 1040. How about a part-year resident? Do I ...
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How to sell unregistered car to out-of-state buyer?

Apologies if this is the wrong place for this question, but I came here based on this meta post. I have a car that has been sitting in a friend's garage in NJ for about a year, unregistered. It was ...
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Family who did not make the car payments as a cosigner

Sorry for the long story...but need advice. My husband was suppose to cosign for a car that his brother wanted. When he went to the dealership, they told him he would have to be the primary signer ...
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Hidden downsides of real-estate property tax appeal?

My real-estate lawyer sent me an offer to file a tax appeal on my behalf. I will have to pay some percentage from the tax savings if appeal is successful and my taxes are reduced and won't have to pay ...
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Increase in auto policy premium after removing 3rd car

My wife and I had 3 cars with Allstate. Homeowners, policy, umbrella policy, everything with Allstate. Same agent for 35+ years. Now the "kid" runs the show, somewhat arrogant, and enjoys all the ...
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I live in Texas and remotely work for a New Jersey company. Do I need pay NJ state tax?

I did a bit research, but am still confused. TX does not collect state tax, but NJ does. Say I have only one wage (just to simplify my case), which comes from a NJ-based company for which I remotely ...
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How do auto insurance down payments work?

I have a friend who just immigrated to the USA and just got a driver's license for the first time (he's never had a driver's license before, either in his previous country or in the USA). Now that he'...
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Discrepancy in W2 form's state tax (resident of one state; worked in another state)

I am a resident in NY who worked in NJ for less than 4 months and then came back to NY. In my W2, my state wages (field 16 in W2) for NY and NJ state doesn't add up to the total Federal income. It is ...
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Which state do I pay taxes to: work and rent in NJ, driver's license/registration in PA

I worked as a contractor in NJ starting Feb 17. Before this I was living in PA, not paying rent and using my parents address (PA) for all my official documents. My contract was supposed to end Aug ...
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What should I do if I lost money in a scam?

I live in New Jersey and my son wanted to order some toys from this guy who said he makes them in his house and he could give him the best deal, but before he could send these toys he needed my 16 ...
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How to deal with the credit card debt from family member that has passed away?

My father recently passed away and had some considerable amount of debt on his credit cards. House and credit card were in the deceased’s name only. The state that is happening in is New Jersey. In ...
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Auto Lease Payment Increase.

I leased a Mazda through Chase Bank in July 2014, living in NJ. I moved to Florida in January 2016. My payment increased from $241. to $258. I was told it was due to tax. Can you explain that to me? I ...
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How does Medicaid compare with private insurance on Healthcare.gov?

How Obamacare works is that if your income is sufficiently low, then you can get Medicaid. And if your income is too high to be eligible for Medicaid, then you'll get a Premium Tax Credit (aka the ...
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Zero Coupon Tax Free Bonds

I live in the United States. I believe that if an investor owns zero coupon tax free municipal bonds,the interest from their bonds must be reported on their tax return using the accrual method. Note ...
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Why do I have to pay taxes to NJ when my company is located in NY and I live in NY?

I live in New York State, I am hired by my company and registers to the NY office. I am on an assignment in New Jersey and conduct physical work at our client locations in NJ and NY. Why am I paying ...
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Statute of limitations on disability pay for a once pregnant mother?

My wife took unpaid maternity leave from her job several months ago when she gave birth to our son. At the time we didn't apply for disability. She has now been back to work for several months. Can we ...
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Still list parents' house as permanent residence while renting apartment

I just graduated from college and plan on renting an apartment in NYC to commute to work in NJ. However, I've been listing my parents' home in New Jersey as my permanent residence. Can I still show my ...
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How do I go about getting Non Owners Auto Insurance in NJ

I'm currently in the US as a non immigrant worker and a resident of Jersey City, NJ. I've recently got a NJ drivers license, I don't own a vehicle and been renting cars over the weekends to see places....
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Tax refund return envelope - Should I stamp it?

NJ requires a return envelope for Non-Resident tax claims (1040NR). However I live abroad and cannot put a stamp on my return mail. I wonder if they use the envelope without a stamp to mail the check?...
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Death and Capital Gains Taxes (United States)

I have a question about taxes and death. If you own stock and you sell it for a profit, you have to pay tax on the profit. Is this same tax applied to someone when they die? I understand that Estate ...
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As non-resident of NJ, should I mention all my earnings on NJ tax return?

I am confused. If anyone's from New Jersey and knows this please answer. On the NJ-1040NR form, the income needs to be stated at line 14 in two columns, one earned in state and one from everywhere. ...
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Do I need to file taxes for multi-member LLC with no activity (State of NJ)

I know there are several threads to this end on here - I have read them all and am still in need of some assistance. I am an owner of a mulit-member LLC that was established this past year in the ...
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State tax issues for NJ resident with DC tax withheld, and likely refunded

Please help this NJ resident with a state tax question. I live, own property, am employed and vote in NJ. In 2014 I traveled to & worked in DC about 70 business days, always staying in hotels. ...
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Is state tax based on work location or home location

I live in NJ but work in NYC. Which state tax should I pay? Is there a separate city tax as well?
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Should I be concerned about a loan refinance offer that adds $1000 to my loan in exchange for $1000 in cash?

I am in the process of trying to refinance an auto loan. I got 4.69% a year ago and should be able to do better now. The loan balance is about $13,000. I called to refi through the same company and ...
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How do I determine capital gains tax on a vacation property for 2014?

In 2003, I bought a property in New Jersey for $465,000 to use as a vacation home. I'm planning to sell it, and I think that I'll get around $685,000. I rented it out for several weeks the first year ...
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Filling State taxes with different Wages in different states

I am international student and was working in two different states (CA, NJ). I want to fill out both state taxes. In forms they asked me about "Total Wages". Should I put only the wages I got form ...
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Does Sec 132 on W-2 lower state tax base?

I live in NJ and work in NY and I recently receive a letter for NJ State auditor saying that I should've added Sec 132 (transit/parking expenses) amount reported on my W-2 to my NJ state wages and as ...