New Jersey Extends Tax Filing Deadlines After Hurricane Sandy

Governor Christie has extended certain tax filing and payment deadlines for businesses whose operations were disrupted by Hurricane Sandy. Specifically, taxpayers who cannot meet normal filing and payment deadlines because of the storm now have until November 14, 2012, to file returns and tax payments that would have been due October 30 and 31.

Returns that would have been due October 30 and 31 include Form NJ-927 ("Employer’s Quarterly Report"), Form DSF-100 ("Domestic Security Fee Quarterly Return"), and Form TMF-10 ("Transporter of Motor Fuels Report"). They would also potentially include taxpayers on a fiscal year end.

Taxpayers who qualify will include businesses located in New Jersey, out-of-state businesses with operations in the State, and those taxpayers who keep tax records within the State.


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