A couple of thousand taxpayers were told they didn’t pay enough in taxes for the 2013 year. The state isn’t going to tell those taxpayers that there was en error. The Star-Ledger reports that about 2,000 taxpayers were inadvertently told they underpaid their state taxes, but they aren’t being told via mail that the previous notice was a mistake. According to the report, only if a person calls the state office it will be explained to them.
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