Tax booklets and forms were mailed during the first week of January to most New Jersey households that previously filed paper returns. If you have not received your booklet by the second week in February, or if you do not expect to receive a booklet, see below for information on how to get one.
Whether you use NJ WebFile, NJ E-File, or NJ Fill’nFile
, there’s an electronic filing option for you! When you file electronically, you’ll be able to file your return faster, and you can choose direct deposit for your refund.
We will send one copy of a tax form to a person. Multiple copies will not be provided. However, all of the forms that are available online
can be photocopied. Public sites, such as libraries and post offices, do not have paper copies of the tax forms and instructions.
– Print/download the forms and instructions.
– Call our automated phone line at 1-800-323-4400
(within NJ, NY, PA, DE and MD) or 609-826-4400 (from anywhere) to order the forms and instructions.
– Tell us your name, mailing address, the tax form and/or instructions, and tax year (e.g., 2017 Resident Income Tax booklet) that you need.
Visit the Regional Information Centers
nearest to you to pick up a copy of the forms and instructions. Normal hours of operation are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, except State holidays.
This is the last year that the nonresident return instruction booklet, NJ-1040NR, will be printed. Next year you will need to get the forms and instructions online. Or, you can skip paper forms and file electronically.