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Princeton Residents Can Pay Taxes Online

Payments can be made online using a checking account or credit card or can continue to be mailed in (with a new mailing address).

 

All Princeton residents may now pay muncipal tax and sewer taxes online.

Simply visit this link and pay using your checking account (no fee) or with a credit card (a convenience fee of 2.45 percent will be charged, minimum of $1.50, which is passed directly to the credit card processing company). 

Payments may also be mailed to: Princeton Tax Office, 400 Witherspoon St., Princeton, NJ 08540 or visit www.princetonnj.gov.

Residents should continue to use the tax/sewer bills that were mailed to you last July. A final 2013 tax/sewer bill will be mailed this in July. Please note the following changes:

  • Due dates are the Feb. 1 (with a grace period to Feb. 11) May (with a grace period to May 10) Aug. 1(with a grace period to Aug. 12) Nov. 1 (with a grace period to Nov. 12).
  • In order to be considered timely, payments must be received by close of business on the grace period day. For delinquent tax and sewer charges, Princeton's delinquent interest rate is 8 percent on the 1st $1,500 and 18 percent on amounts over $1,500. A year-end penalty of 6 penalty will be added to any delinquency open through 12/31/13 that exceeds $10,000.

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owen January 28, 2013 at 08:11 PM
From the "let's pay more!" department: Early this morning (monday) the salt spreader was salting Nassau Street in anticipation of snow. 10 seconds behind the spreader was the street sweeping machine, sweeping up the freshly dropped salt. Is no one in this town thinking about: 1) the cost of salt; 2) the cost of a new street sweeper when the salt corrodes the current machines tanks; 3) the cost of the labor to lay down the salt and then pick it up? Could somebody in the combined government stop this stupid waste? Please!
catherine January 31, 2013 at 11:50 PM
Bravo to Princeton! Now if only the East Brunswick officials could "get with the program" and have us pay also with credit card!!!! It's like talking to the wall where they are concerned!

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