Tuesday, June 21, 2016


You are paying too much New Jersey state income tax – and it’s nobody’s fault but your own!
Most NJ taxpayers concentrate on their federal tax return and spend minimal time on their NJ return, simply taking numbers from the 1040 and putting them on the NJ-1040.  As a result they are paying more NJ state tax than necessary, often paying tax on income that is not even taxed by NJ.
By becoming informed on NJ state tax law and using proper tax planning you can make sure that you pay the absolute least amount of NJ Gross Income Tax possible for your particular situation.
I have been preparing NJ-1040s for as long as there has been a NJ-1040, and federal income tax returns for even longer.  I have created a new newsletter titled THE NJ-1040 LETTER to share my knowledge and experience from over 40 years as a professional tax preparer to help you experience the joy of avoiding NJ state taxes.
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This is the only publication that I am aware of that deals exclusively with tax planning and preparation advice for the NJ-1040.
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