Form NJ-630 "Application for Extension of Time to File New Jersey Gross Income Tax Return" - New Jersey

What Is Form NJ-630?

This is a legal form that was released by the New Jersey Department of the Treasury - a government authority operating within New Jersey. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on July 1, 2018;
  • The latest edition provided by the New Jersey Department of the Treasury;
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Download Form NJ-630 "Application for Extension of Time to File New Jersey Gross Income Tax Return" - New Jersey

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State of New Jersey
NJ-630
07-2018, R-29
APPLICATION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME TO FILE
NEW JERSEY GROSS INCOME TAX RETURN
Be sure to read the instructions on both sides before completing this application. If all requirements are satisfied, an
extension of six (6) months will be granted for filing Forms NJ-1040, NJ-1040NR and NJ-1080C. A five-and-a-half
(5 1/2)-month extension of time will be granted for filing Form NJ-1041 and NJ-1041SB.
An extension of time is granted only to file a New Jersey Gross Income Tax Return. There is no extension of time to
pay tax due. Penalties and interest are imposed whenever tax is paid after the original due date. To be eligible
for an extension, you must have paid at least 80% of the tax liability calculated on the New Jersey Gross Income
Tax return when filed. The 80% can be paid through withholdings, estimated payments, or a payment made with the
extension application by the original due date. If the 80% requirement is not met, the extension will be retroactively
denied, and penalty and interest will be imposed from the original due date of the return.
You must file this NJ-630 application if:
1. You are applying for an extension of time to file a New Jersey Gross Income Tax return but you are not applying
for a federal extension; or
2. You are applying for both a federal and a New Jersey extension and are required to remit payment to the New
Jersey Division of Taxation by the original due date of the return in order to have at least 80% of your actual tax
liability (as computed on your New Jersey gross income tax return when filed) paid.
You need not submit this NJ-630 application if:
1. You have paid at least 80% of your final tax liability by the original due date, and
2. You have applied for an automatic extension of time to file for federal purposes and you enclose a copy of the
federal Application for Automatic Extension (if filed by paper) with the final New Jersey return when filed.
The application for extension of time to file a New Jersey Gross Income Tax return (Form NJ-630) must be filed
(postmarked) no later than the original due date of the return. Extension requests can also be filed online until 11:59
p.m. on April 15, 2019, at: www.njtaxation.org. If you are required to make a payment with your online extension
application, the payment must be made by e-check or credit card.
Before filing Form NJ-630 be sure to:
1. Detach at perforation,
2. Fill out all requested information on the application, including your Social Security number (FEIN if estate
or trust),
3. Make your check or money order payable to “STATE OF NEW JERSEY—TGI,”
4. Write your Social Security number (FEIN if estate or trust) and the tax year on your check, and
5. Mail the application with your payment to the address on the face of the application.
Taxpayers who file Form NJ-630 will not receive an approved copy. You will be notified by the Division
of Taxation only if your extension request is denied, but not until after your return is actually filed.
NJ-630-M
Application For Extension of Time To File
SOCIAL
-
-
SECURITY
2018
New Jersey Gross Income Tax Return
NUMBER
LAST NAME, FIRST
NAME AND INITIAL
STREET ADDRESS
MAKE YOUR CHECK PAYABLE TO ‘STATE OF NEW JERSEY - TGI’.
WRITE YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY # AND TAX YEAR ON YOUR CHECK
CITY, STATE, ZIP CODE
I hereby request an extension of
months, until
to
RETURN THIS VOUCHER WITH YOUR PAYMENT
DATE
file the return as indicated below.
Indicate the return the extension is being requested by checking the appropriate box.
State of New Jersey
NJ-1041
NJ-1040NR
R
N
F
NJ-1040
NJ-1041SB
Division of Taxation
NJ-1080C
6-month extension
6-month extension
5 1/2-month extension
Revenue Processing Center
PO Box 282
$
Enter amount
Trenton, NJ 08646-0282
of payment here:
013990000000000000000018120600000000000
State of New Jersey
NJ-630
07-2018, R-29
APPLICATION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME TO FILE
NEW JERSEY GROSS INCOME TAX RETURN
Be sure to read the instructions on both sides before completing this application. If all requirements are satisfied, an
extension of six (6) months will be granted for filing Forms NJ-1040, NJ-1040NR and NJ-1080C. A five-and-a-half
(5 1/2)-month extension of time will be granted for filing Form NJ-1041 and NJ-1041SB.
An extension of time is granted only to file a New Jersey Gross Income Tax Return. There is no extension of time to
pay tax due. Penalties and interest are imposed whenever tax is paid after the original due date. To be eligible
for an extension, you must have paid at least 80% of the tax liability calculated on the New Jersey Gross Income
Tax return when filed. The 80% can be paid through withholdings, estimated payments, or a payment made with the
extension application by the original due date. If the 80% requirement is not met, the extension will be retroactively
denied, and penalty and interest will be imposed from the original due date of the return.
You must file this NJ-630 application if:
1. You are applying for an extension of time to file a New Jersey Gross Income Tax return but you are not applying
for a federal extension; or
2. You are applying for both a federal and a New Jersey extension and are required to remit payment to the New
Jersey Division of Taxation by the original due date of the return in order to have at least 80% of your actual tax
liability (as computed on your New Jersey gross income tax return when filed) paid.
You need not submit this NJ-630 application if:
1. You have paid at least 80% of your final tax liability by the original due date, and
2. You have applied for an automatic extension of time to file for federal purposes and you enclose a copy of the
federal Application for Automatic Extension (if filed by paper) with the final New Jersey return when filed.
The application for extension of time to file a New Jersey Gross Income Tax return (Form NJ-630) must be filed
(postmarked) no later than the original due date of the return. Extension requests can also be filed online until 11:59
p.m. on April 15, 2019, at: www.njtaxation.org. If you are required to make a payment with your online extension
application, the payment must be made by e-check or credit card.
Before filing Form NJ-630 be sure to:
1. Detach at perforation,
2. Fill out all requested information on the application, including your Social Security number (FEIN if estate
or trust),
3. Make your check or money order payable to “STATE OF NEW JERSEY—TGI,”
4. Write your Social Security number (FEIN if estate or trust) and the tax year on your check, and
5. Mail the application with your payment to the address on the face of the application.
Taxpayers who file Form NJ-630 will not receive an approved copy. You will be notified by the Division
of Taxation only if your extension request is denied, but not until after your return is actually filed.
NJ-630-M
Application For Extension of Time To File
SOCIAL
-
-
SECURITY
2018
New Jersey Gross Income Tax Return
NUMBER
LAST NAME, FIRST
NAME AND INITIAL
STREET ADDRESS
MAKE YOUR CHECK PAYABLE TO ‘STATE OF NEW JERSEY - TGI’.
WRITE YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY # AND TAX YEAR ON YOUR CHECK
CITY, STATE, ZIP CODE
I hereby request an extension of
months, until
to
RETURN THIS VOUCHER WITH YOUR PAYMENT
DATE
file the return as indicated below.
Indicate the return the extension is being requested by checking the appropriate box.
State of New Jersey
NJ-1041
NJ-1040NR
R
N
F
NJ-1040
NJ-1041SB
Division of Taxation
NJ-1080C
6-month extension
6-month extension
5 1/2-month extension
Revenue Processing Center
PO Box 282
$
Enter amount
Trenton, NJ 08646-0282
of payment here:
013990000000000000000018120600000000000
NJ-630
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Trusts and estates that obtain an automatic 5 1/2-month federal extension of time to file the fiduciary return will
receive an automatic extension of time to file in New Jersey for the same period of time provided that at least 80%
of the actual tax liability (as calculated on Form NJ-1041 or NJ-1041SB when filed) is paid by the original due date
of the return and a copy of the federal Application for Automatic Extension (if filed by paper) is enclosed with Form
NJ-1041 or NJ-1041SB when filed.
Persons in active service with the Armed Forces of the United States who may be prevented from filing by distance
or injury or hospitalization arising out of such service will automatically receive a 6-month extension by setting forth
the reason for the extension on a statement enclosed with their return.
PENALTIES AND INTEREST
If the final return is not received by the extended due date, penalty and
interest will be calculated as if the extension had not been granted.
The penalty and interest charges for returns filed late and/or tax paid late are:
1. Late filing penalties of:
a.
5% per month (or fraction of a month), up to a maximum of 25% of the balance of tax due with the return.
b.
$100 per month (or fraction of a month) that the return is late.
2. Late payment penalty of 5% of any tax balance due.
3. Interest at the rate of 3 percentage points above the prime rate for every month (or fraction of a month) the tax is
unpaid, compounded annually. At the end of each calendar year, any tax, penalties, and interest remaining due
will become part of the balance on which interest is charged.
When filing your final Income Tax return be sure to include:
1. Payment of any tax due,
2. Late payment penalty of 5% of balance of tax due, if any, and
3. Interest calculated at the rate of 3 percentage points above the prime rate from the original due date of the
return.
If you have questions, contact the New Jersey Division of Taxation’s Customer Service Center at 609-292-6400.
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