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Confusion Reigns Over NJ Income Tax Filing Deadline


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The month of April has begun with New Jersey standing as the only state in the country not to relax its deadline for filing state income-tax returns in response to the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic.

While Gov. Phil Murphy continues to suggest publicly that an announcement from his administration is imminent — as he did again Tuesday during his daily media briefing on the crisis — his signaling hasn’t stopped a groundswell of confusion from erupting on social-media pages and in other forums.

The federal government and most other states have already taken action to give taxpayers a break.

More: Please read the full story on NJ Spotlight, a non-partisan, independent editorial website that delivers news and analysis about politics and public policy in New Jersey.

UPDATE: Gov. Murphy has just extended the deadline:

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