Can I make partial payments?

No. New Jersey statutes specify that taxes are due on the first day in which they are assessed. In other words, taxes are due the first of the year. State law already provides for partial payments by apportioning the annual tax bill into four quarterly payments.

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1. When do I receive my tax bill?
2. What if I did not receive my tax bill and don’t know the amount or when they are due?
3. I am delinquent on my taxes. What is the minimum amount I must pay?
4. Can the interest be waived?
5. Can I make partial payments?
6. I am selling my property, what portion of the taxes am I responsible for?
7. I have paid off my mortgage and I am now responsible to pay my tax bill. What should I do?
8. Can I have my tax bills mailed to a different address?
9. Do you accept a postmark as proof of payment?
10. Can I postdate my check?
11. What is a tax sale?