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.
- 987 THE COAST ELECTION NIGHT RESULTS
- MANY LOCAL COMMUNITIES HAVING MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONIES MONDAY
- THREE BUSTED IN CREST ON VARIOUS DRUG CHARGES
- NORTH WILDWOOD MAN ARGUES WITH HIS MOM, LOCKS HIMSELF IN BATHROOM
- SPRINGSTEEN PLAYS RED BANK AFTER VISITING WILDWOOD BOARDWALK
- SHARK “MARY LEE” DECIDES TO SWIM 30 MILES FROM CAPE MAY
- TWO KILLED IN SALEM COUNTY TRAFFIC ACCIDENT OVER WEEKEND
- EXTRA STATE TROOPERS WORKING DURING HOLIDAY
- FUGITIVE ROUNDED UP IN STONE HARBOR
- COURT HOUSE WOMAN CHARGED WITH BURGLARY IN STONE HARBOR
- SPORTS: GILBERT NAMED NEW BOYS SOCCER COACH AT MIDDLE TWP.