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Contacting the Division of Taxation

By E-mail | By Phone | In Person | In Writing

By E-mail

Before you send an e-mail, check the Frequently Asked Questions (updated 01/06/14) below to see if you can get the answer you need right away. The list includes questions on the personal income tax, homestead benefit, business registration, sales and use tax, and other topics.

Also check the Email Guidelines below and make sure you provide the information necessary for us to answer your question. If you are a Tax Practitioner click here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Personal Income Tax

Homestead Benefit

Business Registration

Sales and Use Tax
Other

Email Guidelines

New Jersey is committed to protecting the privacy of your tax information. Because traditional email is not secure, the Division of Taxation will no longer be able to address specific tax account concerns, however general questions and comments are welcome. No confidential information, such as Social Security or Federal Tax Identification numbers, liability or payment amounts, dates of birth or bank account numbers should be included in your email.

Please call us to discuss confidential questions including specific account information or changes to your account at 609-292-6400, write to us at New Jersey Division of Taxation, PO Box 281, Trenton, NJ 08695-0281, or visit one of our Regional Offices. Find the location of the nearest Regional Office here.

Many of the emails we receive do not contain enough information for us to provide a response without requesting additional information from you. In addition, many e-mails are requests for information that is already available on our web site or can be ordered on-line. Please take a few minutes to read the following simple guidelines that will allow us to serve you better and help you find what you're looking for.


Do not reply to a Statement of Account or Billing Notice by email.  If you are writing in response to a Statement of Account or a Billing Notice that you received, please be sure to send your reply by U.S. Mail to the address specified in the notice. This will ensure that your correspondence is being sent to the appropriate area of the Division.

By Phone
If you wish to contact the Division by phone, see Important Phone Numbers.


In Person
The New Jersey Division of Taxation also maintains offices throughout the State where you can receive assistance in person on both individual and business tax matters. The normal hours of operation are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Offices are closed on weekends and holidays. Our Regional Offices page will assist you in locating the most convenient office to visit.


In Writing
You may also reach the Division via US mail.

If you are writing in response to a Statement of Account or a Billing Notice that you received, please be sure to send your written correspondence to the address specified in the notice. This will ensure that your correspondence is being sent to the appropriate area of the Division.

If you are writing concerning a Bankruptcy, mail your correspondence to:

N.J. Division of Taxation
Bankruptcy Section
P.O. Box 245
Trenton, N.J. 08695-0245

If you are writing concerning a Docketed Judgment, mail your correspondence to:

N.J. Division of Taxation
Judgment Section - A
P O Box 245
Trenton, NJ 08695-0245

The Judgment Section's direct email address is Taxation.Judgments@treas.state.nj.us

If you are writing concerning a refund, Statement of Account or Billing Notice involving Gross Income Tax (individual and employer) but you do not have the Notice with its specific address, mail your correspondence to:

N.J. Division of Taxation
P.O. Box 046
Trenton, N.J. 08646-0046

If you are writing concerning a Statement of Account or Billing Notice involving Sales & Use Tax but you do not have the Notice with its specific address, mail your correspondence to:

N.J. Division of Taxation
P.O. Box 999
Trenton, N.J. 08646-0999

You can view the mailing addresses for the various New Jersey Income Tax returns Here

If you have a general question, you can contact the Division by E-mail


Last Updated: Tuesday, 01/07/14



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