|Payroll Taxes and Wage Withholding: Filing, Payment, and Reporting Service|
|Please choose one of the following options for logging in. (Before using this service, your business must already be registered with the State of New Jersey.)|
|1.||File New Jersey payroll tax returns, submit wage reports, and pay withholding taxes: If you use this option, you can file forms NJ927 and WR30, pay withholding taxes, and view information on past filings and payments. Log in using the first prompt. Enter your New Jersey taxpayer identification number* and Personal Identification Number (PIN). Your PIN is printed on the Welcome Letter you received after registering your business. If you don't know your PIN or need other information, call the Division of Taxation at 609-292-6400. To obtain a PIN, you will be asked to supply identifying information from previous business tax filings.|
|2.||File New Jersey payroll tax returns and pay withholding taxes without seeing wage reporting or historical data: This option allows you to file the NJ927 form and pay withholding taxes only. You won't be able to submit the wage-reporting form (WR30) or view past filings and payments. Log in using the second prompt. Enter your New Jersey tax identification number* and business name. Call the Division of Taxation at 609-292-6400 if you have questions.|
|3.||Sign Up for Premier Business Services (PBS). This comprehensive account service allows you to create your own Login ID and Password to access multiple business services, including filing New Jersey tax returns and wage and corporate reports, paying taxes, and viewing information on past filings and payments.|
|* Your New Jersey tax identification (ID) number has 12 digits. If you have a Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) assigned by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), your New Jersey tax ID number is your FEIN followed by a three-digit suffix. If you do not have a suffix, enter three zeroes. Do not use hyphens, slashes, or other punctuation. (Example: If your FEIN is 12-3456789, enter 123456789000). If you do not have a FEIN, your New Jersey tax ID number is usually the Social Security Number of the primary business owner followed by three zeroes.|
|For further information on employer withholding, access the NJ Income Tax - Reporting and Remitting page.|
|For more on unemployment, disability or family leave insurance contributions, access the Employer Contributions (Taxes) page.|
|For details of wage reporting, access the Wage Reporting page.|
|NOTE: The Divisions of Employer Accounts (Labor and Workforce Development) and Taxation use information reported through this service to administer the State of New Jersey's Unemployment Compensation, Temporary Disability Benefits, and tax laws, including investigations that may lead to enforcement actions.|
|Important Information on Tax Amnesty|
New Jersey tax amnesty begins November 15, 2018 and ends at midnight on January 15, 2019.
Taxpayers have an opportunity to pay their state tax liabilities and one-half of the interest that remains due on November 15, 2018, related to State tax returns due on or after February 1, 2009 and before September 1, 2017. All penalties, collection fees, and one-half of the balance of interest due will be waived if you meet all the eligibility requirements.
More information about this program is available on the New Jersey Tax Amnesty Web site.
Employer's Quarterly Report (Form NJ-927) liabilities will only receive Amnesty consideration for the N.J. Gross Income Tax due and paid.