What if I didn’t receive or misplaced my bill?

If you fail to receive or misplaced your tax bill the Tax Collector will provide everything you need to pay your tax bill. You can call the Tax Collector's Office at 732-341-1000, ext. 8342, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. or click on the tax inquiry link to call up your property to print a duplicate tax bill.

Please note that in accordance with New Jersey statutes the failure to receive a tax bill does not affect the date that the tax payment is due or the date that interest begins to accrue. It is the responsibility of each taxpayer to obtain the amount due on their properties and present timely payment to the Tax Collector.

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1. What tax deductions are available?
2. What state rebate programs are available?
3. Why do I mail my tax payments to Boston?
4. What do I do if my mortgage has been paid off or my mortgage company that pays my taxes has changed?
5. What do I do if my mortgage company pays my taxes and I received an original tax bill?
6. What if I use an online or telephone payment service from my bank to pay my taxes?
7. What is the address to mail overnight payments or inquiries?
8. How can I pay my taxes?
9. When are tax bills mailed?
10. When are tax payments due?
11. How do I change my mailing address?
12. What if I have a tax lien on my property and want to pay it off?
13. What if my tax payment is late?
14. What if I didn’t receive or misplaced my bill?
15. Failure to Receive a Bill
16. What are my Tax payment options?