Why do I mail my tax payments to Boston?

The Township of Toms River Tax Collector Office utilizes a lockbox payment center to process current tax payments. In an effort to keep the cost of municipal services down while continuing to provide the best service to our taxpayers it was determined to be the most cost-effective way to process tax payments. The Boston address is used because it is in close proximity to the lockbox facility which aids in the prompt processing of tax payments.

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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?