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  • No state witholding from paycheck New Jersey

    I had a question regarding state taxes in NJ that I was hoping someone could help me out with.

    Let's say that, for whatever reason, my employer does not withhold any state taxes from my paycheck. At the end of the year, I'll owe a ton. Is there any sort of a fee in NJ for owing more than a certain amount? Or is it okay to owe them everything all in one lump sum at the end of the year?

    If there is a fee, is there a published document that I can reference?

    Note that I'm only concerned about the employee end of this. I'm not concerned about my employers end of this hypothetical.

    Thanks again for all the help!

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    http://www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxa...gi-ee/git8.pdf
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      Awesome, you're the best! I know you've been responding to my other thread. As you can probably guess, these threads are related.

      So, looks like if NY pays be back all my taxes, and then I owe NJ for all the taxes I hadn't been paying that year - I'll have to pay interest on them. Nice.

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        Plus maybe an underwithholding penalty (or maybe the interest takes the place of that; I admit I didn't read that document too closely).

        Which is why I was pressing the issue regarding the employer not complying with NJ law.
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