New Jersey Form W-2 & NJ-W-3M Filing Requirements

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New Jersey State Filing

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New Jersey Requires

  • Form W-2 - Wage and Tax Statements
  • Form NJ-W-3M - Gross Income Tax - Reconciliation of Tax Withheld
  • Deadline to File Form W-2 with New Jersey - February 28, 2020
  • Deadline to File Form NJ-W-3M with New Jersey - February 18, 2020

TaxBandits supports the filing of Form W-2 with both the Federal and State of New Jersey. Also, TaxBandits supports the filing of reconciliation Form NJ-W-3M.

Q. Does New Jersey mandate W2 filing?

A. Yes, the New Jersey Division of Taxation mandates the filing of the W2 Forms even if there is no state tax withholding.

Q. Does New Jersey have any additional requirements when you file W2 forms?

A. Yes. The State of New Jersey requires additional forms to file along with Form W2.
If you file W2 Forms by paper or electronically you must attach Form NJ-W-3M.
Also, New Jersey has an additional submitter Form NJ-EFW2-S by filing W2 electronically.

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Q. What is Form NJ-W-3M?

A. Form NJ-W-3M is an annual reconciliation used to report the total gross wages, pension, annuity income, gambling winnings and total taxes withheld from employees paychecks.

Q. What is the due date to file W2 with New Jersey?

A. The due date to file Form W2 is February 28. And Form NJ-W-3M with New Jersey is February 15.

Q. What are the penalties for not filing or filing W2 late with New Jersey?

A. If you fail to file Form W2s before the due date you are penalized by 5% per month (or fraction of a month) of the balance of tax due at the original return due date, not exceeding 25% of tax liability or $100 per month (or fraction of a month) penalty if the return is late.

Q. Where do I mail New Jersey W2 forms?

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