Edison, New Jersey Tax Attorneys

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Tax Lawyers in Edison

Edison, New Jersey has to gather taxes from its residents in order to pay for basic services that we've come to expect, like roads and schools.

In Edison, New Jersey, there are many different sources of tax revenue. Irrespective of the source, however, taxes are always levied in amounts determined by the relevant laws. Typically, taxes are calculated as a percentage of something, such as income or home value. Sometimes, however, they are simply collected as a flat fee (usually in exchange for a license or permit).

Residents of Edison are legally required to pay their taxes. Failure to do so can result in civil penalties, criminal fines, and even imprisonment.

Sources of Tax Dollars in Edison, New Jersey

Taxes can come from a wide variety of sources in Edison, New Jersey, such as sales tax, administrative/licensing fees, and tolls.

Sales Tax: A sales tax in Edison is a surcharge added to the price of most goods that are sold by retailers to the general public. The government of also imposes a sales tax, which must be paid in addition to the local tax. Normally, local sales taxes are less than one percent, while state sales taxes are in the 5% range.

Licensing Fees: Edison issues licenses that are required to legally engage in specific activities. Most frequently, the purpose of these licenses is to raise revenue in the form of fees, making them similar to taxes. One of the most typical is the business license, which most businesses must obtain before operating.

Bridge/Road Tolls: Some larger cities have tolls set up on every major highway that enters the city. Effectively, this amounts to a fee that you have to pay in order to enter Edison, if it imposes such a toll. The idea is that visitors from outside the city enjoy many of the protections provided by the city government while they're there (such as protection by the police), and should pay at least a token sum to contribute to those services.

How Can a Edison, New Jersey Tax Attorney Help?

In Edison, New Jersey, many different laws and regulations govern taxes, making the theoretically simple task of determining one's tax liability pretty perplexing. On top of that, there are many different breaks and exemptions that apply to specific types of groups and individuals, further complicating things.

Thus, if you have any questions or problems with your taxes in Edison, New Jersey, it's very important to speak with a knowledgeable Edison tax law specialist.

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Life in Edison

Edison, also known as "Edison Township," is in Middlesex County, New Jersey. Edison was incorporated as Raritan Township prior to becoming Edison Township.

In 2006, Money Magazine ranked Edison the twenty-eighth most livable small city in the U.S. Two years later, this rank fell to thirty-five. In 2009, U.S. News and World Report ranked the city as one of "America's 10 Best Places to Grow Up." U.S. News and World Report uses factors such as low crime, a strong school system, greenery, and recreational activities.

With all of Edison's distinctions, naturally it is home to a variety of professionals, including attorneys. Many attorneys practice law in Edison and are able to aid residents and local businesses with their legal needs.

Past and present famous residents include David Bryan, Al Chez, Tom Dwan, Patrick McDonnell, Brittany Murphy, Susan Sarandon, Mike Vallely, Darrin Winston, and Jeremy Zuttah.

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