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Quarterly) Returns

Sales and Use Tax Rate Change Effective January 1, 2017

The Division of Taxation has phased out the use of paper sales and use tax returns and no longer issues Form ST-50/51 coupon booklets. Effective with returns and payments for the third quarter of 2005, all taxpayers must file their sales and use tax returns electronically, either online or by phone through the NJ Sales and Use Tax EZ File Systems, and submit payments electronically by electronic check (e-check), electronic funds transfer (EFT), or credit card.

EZ File by Phone:
Review the Instructions for completing the worksheet. Then fill out the worksheet for the appropriate period and call 1-609-341-4800
EZ File Online: To file Form ST-50/51 online you will need your sales tax PIN (Personal Identification Number) or your business name along with your 12-digit New Jersey Taxpayer Identification Number. Your PIN can be found in the letter the Division sent you when you registered, or in the letter notifying you that you were required to file and pay electronically. If you still have an ST-50/51 coupon booklet in your possession, you can find the PIN on the page titled "Filing Your ST-50/ST-51 Online." If you are registered to collect sales and use tax and you do not have your PIN, you may request one by e-mail. Request PIN.

Last Updated: Tuesday, 02/21/17

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