Cosmetic Medical Procedures Gross Receipts Tax Return
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Welcome to our online Cosmetic Medical Procedures Gross Receipts Tax Service. You can use this service to file your quarterly return or make a payment to pay an outstanding liability. You may make your payment via credit card, electronic funds transfer or e-check. At the end of the process, we will provide you with a confirmation number for your records.
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To use this service you must enter your Federal or New Jersey taxpayer identification number and Cosmetic Medical Procedures Gross Receipts Tax PIN (Personal Identification Number) or business name. If you enter the application using your business name, you will not be able to view any returns/payments previously submitted or make a payment using EFT. The New Jersey Division of Taxation issues PIN's to qualified businesses. If you do not have a PIN, CLICK HERE to submit an electronic request to receive your PIN by e-mail. Your request should indicate that you need a PIN, which return you are attempting to file, and your Business Name and Tax Identification Number.
A return and/or payment accepted for processing by 11:59 PM on the due date will be deemed timely. If the due date falls on a weekend or a legal holiday, the return and payment are due on the following business day.
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NOTE: P.L. 2011, c. 189, which was signed into law on January 17, 2012, phases out the Cosmetic Medical Procedures Gross Receipts Tax over the next two years. A reduction in the tax is applicable for periods beginning in calendar year 2012.
Beginning July 1, 2012, the current 6% tax rate imposed on the gross receipts from cosmetic medical procedures as defined by the Act (N.J.S.A. 54:32E-1) will be reduced. The schedule for the tax phase out is as follows:
The first returns reflecting the collection of tax at the 4% rate will be due on October 20, 2012.
|Updated: Monday, 02/28/2005|