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As of March 2012, the statewide sales tax in New Jersey is 7 percent. This tax is known officially as the Sales and Use Tax. It applies to most sales of non-food goods and services conducted within state boundaries. More »

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Some straightforward New Jersey sales tax charts are available from Sale-Tax.com and TaxRates.com, as well as from the official website for the state of New Jersey. The website for the state of New Jersey also includes a... More »

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Taxpayers use New Jersey state tax forms to pay their state taxes. The State of New Jersey Department of the Treasury's Division of Taxation oversees all types of taxation in the state, according to the department's webs... More »

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