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Information on
Novel Coronavirus

Have questions about COVID-19?
The NJ Poison Control Center and 211 have partnered with the State to provide information to the public on COVID-19:
Call: 2-1-1 for general information (24/7) or 1-800-962-1253 for medical information (24/7); Text: NJCOVID to 898-211
Visit covid19.nj.gov or nj.gov/health for additional information

Information for Current and Former Military Personnel and Families

COVID-19 Related Tax Information
Information about the Federal Economic Impact Payment – Stimulus Check
Important Information About Retail COVID-19 Fees and Sales Tax

Military and Veteran Tax Credits and Exemptions



Sales Tax
  • Resident Service Members: If you are a resident service member, stationed out-of-State, and buy a car outside of New Jersey, but wish to title the vehicle in New Jersey, you may defer payment of Sales Tax until the vehicle is brought to New Jersey. You must first complete a Military Sales Tax Deferment Application (Form MD-1), have it notarized, and mail it to the address on the application. Once we receive your application and approve it, we will send you a Letter of Deferment. You must present this letter at the time of titling. If the Letter of Deferment is not received, Sales Tax must be paid. If you already have a deferment for a motor vehicle, you must pay the Sales Tax on that vehicle, or provide proof that you no longer own it, before we can issue a deferment for this request. Only one vehicle can be deferred at a time.

  • Disabled Veterans: If you are a disabled veteran and received funds from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) or the New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (NJDVA) to purchase a car, the amount received for the vehicle is not subject to Sales Tax. The exemption is only applicable if the funds for the vehicle purchase came directly from the VA/NJDVA or the VA/NJDVA provides a loan. The funds received must equal the total purchase price of the vehicle for it to be totally exempt. The payment for the vehicle can be a combination of personal funds and funds received from the VA/NJDVA. Any amount that you pay out of pocket, towards the purchase of the vehicle, is subject to Sales Tax.


Last Updated: Monday, 12/30/19