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New Jersey taxpayers could face three-month wait for refunds

The problematic 2013 tax filing season is extending to state returns. At least that’s the case for some filers in New Jersey. The Garden State residents’re already dealing with tax issues connected to Hurricane (or Superstorm, you pick the title you prefer) Sandy,

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both on federal and state filings. While these special disaster tax considerations could help you get more refund money to use toward your storm damage repairs, around 13,000 New Jerseryites will have to wait up to three months for their tax cash. The delay is the result of an effort by the state’s Treasury Department to reduce what it says is the growing problem of tax-refund identity fraud. But, say New Jersey officials, the delay of state tax refunds is just about preventing fraudulent tax filings. Read more  

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