New Jersey extending state tax filing, budget deadlines (updated)

Lawmakers and the Murphy administration on Wednesday said they agreed to push the state budget deadline from June 30 to Sept. 30, and the state tax filing deadline from April 15 to July 15, as the COVID-19 pandemic grounds business to a halt and decimates tens of billions of dollars in tax revenue.

The three-month extension, which mirrors the federal tax deadline extension until July 15, means that New Jersey residents and companies have the added time to file state income and corporate business tax returns.

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