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What is “dedicated funding?”
“Dedicated funding” is a term used to describe the way that the Division of Banking within the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance is funded. As of July 1, 2006, a state law changed the way the Division of Banking is funded. Under the dedicated funding system, the Division's funds are segregated from the State General Fund, and regulated depositories and licensees will be assessed for actual expenses incurred by the Division. Each individual assessment is predicated on the annual business volume of each licensee in proportion to the total annual business volume of all licensees.

Explanation of the law

In August 2005, the Legislature and Governor enacted a law to fund the Division of Banking on a dedicated basis, the same way that the Division of Insurance, Real Estate Commission, and Bureau of Securities are funded. Rather than paying fees to the State for general purposes, the Division of Banking will recoup its actual expenses by billing all regulated depositories and licensees after the expenses have been incurred and placing the receipts in a segregated account. However, the Division's billings are still limited by the budgeted amount allotted to it by the Treasurer, Legislature, and Governor through the State's annual budget process.

When did Dedicated Funding take effect?
The law took effect on July 1, 2006.

Who is affected?
All state-chartered depositories (banks, savings banks, savings and loan associations, and credit unions) and all licensees (residential mortgage brokers, residential mortgage lenders, correspondent residential mortgage lenders, consumer lenders, sales finance companies, debt adjusters, high cost home loan credit counselors, home repair contractors, home repair finance agencies, insurance premium finance companies, money transmitters, foreign money transmitters, motor vehicle installment sellers, check cashers and pawn brokers.)

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Regulations
Dedicated Funding Bill (A3176) (2004)
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Adopted Rules - Licensees
(June 19, 2006)
Bulletin - Licensees
(June 20, 2006)


Important Dates
February 2022
Electronic Annual Reports Available for All Licensees
May 2, 2022
All Annual Reports Due
October 2022
Annual Assessment Bills to be Mailed
November 2022
Annual Assessments Due
 
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NJDOBI License Services, Banking
PO Box 473
Trenton, NJ 08625
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609-292-7272
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PO Box 040
Trenton, NJ 08625
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609-940-7649
 
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