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Find due dates for important license renewals, tax statements, and reporting forms, as well as information on how to file annual reports and access Premier Business Services.
Typically, municipalities do not charge business taxes directly. Revenues for the Municipality come from property taxes, which a business owner may be responsible for paying based on the property you own or lease within the municipality.
There may be fees associated with owning a business within a municipality, including fire protection or Mercantile Licenses. When planning, you should do your due diligence to identify local ordinances that may apply to your business. Contact your Municipal Clerk for additional information.
Key dates and deadlines with the State of New Jersey will depend on your business type, how your business is structured, and whether you have any employees.
For information on key dates for Payroll Taxes, Sales & Use Taxes and Income Taxes, visit the New Jersey Division of Taxation.
It is important to note that on the last day of the month in the month in which you established a business entity (Limited Liability Company, Corporation, etc.), you will be required to file an annual report. The responsibility to file falls on the business, even if you fail to receive any notification from the State. Failure to file can result in the revocation of your business.
Firms have until the last day of the month during which they originally filed for the start of their business to file their Annual Report.Visit the New Jersey Division of Revenue's website to file a report for your business.
Premier Business Services (PBS) is a secure system to allow business owners or their authorized representative to access information and services important to their business. The system shares a single login with the MyNewJersey Portal.
In order to sign up for PBS, you must: