2013 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 54 - TAXATION
Section 54:4-8.11 - Veteran's tax deduction


NJ Rev Stat § 54:4-8.11 (2013) What's This?

54:4-8.11. Veteran's tax deduction
2.Every person a citizen and resident of this State now or hereafter honorably discharged or released under honorable circumstances from active service in time of war in any branch of the Armed Forces of the United States and a surviving spouse as defined herein, during her widowhood or his widowerhood, and while a resident of this State, shall be entitled, annually, on proper claim being made therefor, to a deduction from the amount of any tax bill for taxes on real or personal property or both in the sum of $100 in tax year 2000, $150 in tax year 2001, $200 in tax year 2002, and $250 in each subsequent tax year, or if the amount of any such tax shall be less than $100 in tax year 2000, $150 in tax year 2001, $200 in tax year 2002, and $250 in each subsequent tax year, to a cancellation thereof.

L.1963,c.171,s.2; amended 1985, c.515, s.7; 2000, c.9, s.1.


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