Report Tax Fraud
New Jersey relies on its citizens to help fight tax fraud. You can report suspected tax evasion and fraud involving individuals, businesses, and tax preparers using the form below—it is quick, easy, and confidential.
You can make a report anonymously. However, it helps us if you identify yourself should we need to contact you for additional information.
To ensure confidentiality, we cannot provide you an update or final outcome of our review once you submit your report.
If you have evidence to submit with your report you cannot use this online system. Print this form and email it along with your documentation to: Catch.Taxation@treas.nj.gov.
- Willfully failing to report all income received.
- Claiming to be a resident of another state.
- Filing a fraudulent return.
- Failing to file State income tax returns.
- Opening and closing of new businesses to evade taxes.
- Preparing records that understate income or overstate expenses of a business.
- Failing to turn over collected, withheld tax.
- Cigarette Tax Act violations (i.e., unlawful sales, possession, or transportation; counterfeit tax stamps).
- A tax preparer suspected of breaking New Jersey tax or criminal laws
You must complete each box listed with accurate information so that we can properly identify and review the matter.
- Individual/business name and address.
- Identification information (i.e., date of birth, tax ID, address).
- Alleged tax violation.
- Tax types affected (i.e., income, sales and use, withholding).
- How you became aware of the alleged violation and how long it has been occurring.
- Asset information.
- Your contact information (optional).
Last Updated: Wednesday, 12/22/21