Tax Organizer
General Questions
Business/Investment Questions

Business and individual income tax questions

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State of New Jersey questions

Visit the New Jersey Division of Taxation web site at

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

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New Jersey
New York

Tax Time

The big day is coming, it's almost at hand
And shudders of fear spread through the land
As forms and receipts, deductions and lists
Pile high - though there's bound to be one we have missed.

But help is nearby for these feelings alarming
Send all to D. Griffith - expert and calming
Removing detritus, the numbers he'll sift
Create order from chaos, our spirits to lift.

He'll stay at the office to show us the way
Working long hours, day after day
Making outcomes so rosy, we can rest in our beds
Trusting Donald to deal with the IRS Feds.

- Barbara Himber

Tax deadline is extended to May 17!

More details here.

At Stolz & Griffith, we recognize that we all have a responsibility to our community and country to work together to help impede the spread of COVID-19. Because we know that limited physical contact is a critical factor, our office will continue to limit in-person meetings/interactions.

By now you should have received your 2020 tax organizer via email. If you haven’t received your organizer and would like one, please contact our office. Once you have gathered all your 2020 tax information, we encourage you to please mail, email or fax it to us. If you prefer to drop it off, we have a drop box located at the bottom of our stairs just inside the front door. If you need to meet with a tax professional, we request that you call to make an appointment.

As always, you will be contacted once your returns are completed and processed. Please review your tax returns and return the signed and dated efile authorization form(s) with your payment. Once payment and signed documents have been received, your tax returns will be efiled.

For up-to-date information on how COVID-19 is impacting your state's taxation, please visit your state's Department of Treasury website