Somerville NJ Tax Office 75 VETERANS MEMORIAL DR. 08876 – State Tax
Somerville NJ Tax Office at 75 VETERANS MEMORIAL DRIVE is here to help if you need to resolve a tax problem, have questions about how the tax law applies to your individual tax return, or you’re more comfortable talking with someone face-to-face, no appointment is necessary.
State Tax Office Somerville
NORTHFIELD REGIONAL OFFICE
NJ Division of Taxation
75 Veterans Memorial Drive East Suite 103 Somerville, New Jersey 08876
Service Center – 609-292-640 Tax Information – 609-826-4400 or 1-800-323-4400 TaxFax Service – 609-826-4500 Homestead Benefit Program – 1-877-658-2972 Homestead Benefit Hotline – 1-888-238-1233 Property Tax Reimbursement – 1-800-882-6597 Estate Tax Service Center – 609-292-5033 Tobacco Interdiction Program – 609-588-5001 (TTY/TDD) – 609-984-7300 or 1-800-286-6613
Q) This is now an emergency! I have been involved with a tax problem for TWO YEARS. Finally got an appointment- problem fixed only to have it rejected. And finally got a second appointment- right there at the office with professionals- problem fixed again. Only to have it rejected again!! Now I received a letter with pay by NOW or […]
Q) I am a victim of irs tax fraud and identity theft. Some to whom I have no clue has filled my income tax 2021,without my knowledge and also, I never received my 2020 taxes either and I had ordered 2 irs transcripts for 2020 and 2021 and it’s stating that there’s no record of me filing any taxes at […]
Q) I’m selling a property that has an IRS lien. The property is being sold as a “short sale”, the sellers are not making any profit. What documentation is needed? Please advise. A) For a property with an IRS lien, the documentation required may include the following: It is important to note that the IRS may require additional documentation or […]
You can request a copy of your 2020 Rhode Island business tax return by following these steps: Please note that the process for obtaining a copy of your tax return may vary depending on the state. It’s best to check with your state’s tax authority for specific instructions.