PROPOSAL WOULD DEFER TAXES FOR MILITARY WHILE OVERSEAS

Assemblyman Sgt. Bob Andrzejczak is pushing legislation that would allow New Jersey residents enlisted in any branch of the United States Armed Forces to qualify for a deferment of any property taxes that may become due while they are deployed. A resident, or a person acting on behalf of the resident, would file an application for deferment with the tax collector of the municipality in which the property is located. The deferment would commence on the tax due date, and end 90 days after the end of deployment. No interest would be charged when the amount owed is paid on or before the first day following the 90-day grace period, but interest would accrue as of the date of the original due date on any unpaid amount after the first day following the grace period.

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