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Answered 1 week ago by Edward J. Dimon
You can work outside NJ. I would check with your accountant on the taxes. For personal services, there are no taxes.
Answered 4 weeks ago by Edward J. Dimon
The tax rate is based on your income.
Answered 1 month ago by Edward J. Dimon
We did 622 tax appeals last year. We do them on a contingency. What is the market value of your home in relation to the appraisal value ? Ed Dimon
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