instructions business registration form (nj-reg) nj-reg-i

instructions business registration form (nj-reg) nj-reg-i
NJ-REG-I
(8-05)
INSTRUCTIONS
BUSINESS REGISTRATION FORM (NJ-REG)
The NJ Division of Revenue adopted this registration procedure to assist you in becoming aware of and understanding all of the taxes and related liabilities
to which a new business or applicant for a license may be subject. The procedure covers tax/employer registration for ALL types of businesses, and also
covers the filing of NEW legal business entities such as domestic/foreign corporations or limited liability companies (Public Records Filing, page 23-24).
All businesses must complete the registration application (NJ-REG, pages 17-19) in order to receive the forms, returns, instructions, and other information
needed to comply with New Jersey laws. This applies to every individual, corporation, or other legal business entity, or unincorporated entity engaged in
the conduct or practice of any trade, business, profession, or occupation, whether full time or part time, within the State of New Jersey. Registration
requirements also apply to name holder and dormant corporations, as well as to owners of tangible personal property used in business located in New
Jersey or leased to another business entity in New Jersey. Nonprofit "501(c)(3)" or veteran's organizations that need to apply for sales tax exemption
ONLY must complete the application for an Exempt Organization Certificate (REG-1E) instead of the NJ-REG and mail it to the Division of
Taxation for approval. Persons commencing business or opening additional places of business must register at least 15 business days prior to
commencement or opening. There is no fee for filing NJ-REG; however, as outlined in the instructions, there are fees for filing new business entities.
Mail the completed NJ-REG to:
Overnight Delivery of NJ-REG to:
NEW JERSEY DIVISION OF REVENUE
PO BOX 252
TRENTON, NEW JERSEY 08646-0252
NEW JERSEY DIVISION OF REVENUE
847 ROEBLING AVENUE
TRENTON, NJ 08611
To submit a Public Records Filing or combined Public Records Filing with NJ-REG, refer to page 21 (Items 2 a-c).
IMPORTANT- READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE COMPLETING ANY FORMS. PRINT OR TYPE ALL
INFORMATION. PROVIDE A COMPLETE APPLICATION. FAILURE TO PROPERLY COMPLETE THE APPLICATION MAY DELAY
ISSUANCE OF YOUR CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY OR LICENSE.
PAGE 17 INSTRUCTIONS Item A
Check the appropriate box to indicate reason for filing the
application. Check only one box. Nonprofits that are 501(c)(3),
volunteer fire or parent-teacher organizations and want to apply for
exemption from sales tax need to file Form REG-1-E, instead of the
NJ-REG. The form is available by calling (609) 292-5995.
Item B Enter the FEIN assigned to the employer or vendor by the Internal
Revenue Service or if not required, enter the Social Security
Number assigned to the sole proprietor. Check the box if you have
applied for your FEIN.
Item C Enter the corporate name of the business being registered or the
name(s) of the owner(s) if an individual or partnership.
Item D Enter the Trade Name, if different from Item C.
Item E Enter the address of the physical location of the business, do not
use a PO Box address. Be sure to include the nine-digit zip-code.
Item F Enter the name and address to which all New Jersey tax returns will
be mailed. Be sure to include the nine-digit zip code. If you wish
different type tax returns to go to different addresses, please attach
a separate sheet and indicate the address to which each tax return
is to go.
Item G Enter the date which you started or assumed ownership of this
business in New Jersey. If your business has not yet started, enter
the date that you will commence doing business. If no business is
conducted in NJ, but, you are going to withhold NJ Gross Income
Tax for employees, enter the date withholding will begin. Use
today’s date if you only need a Business Registration Certificate.
Item H Check the appropriate box for your Type of Ownership. If you check
“S Corporation,” complete the New Jersey S Corporation Election
form (CBT-2553) found in this booklet on page 41.
Item I
Item J
Enter your New Jersey Business Code from Table A. If you are
engaged in more than one type of business, enter the code for the
predominant one. This section must be completed to avoid
delays in issuance of the Certificate of Authority or License.
Enter your New Jersey County/Municipality Code from Table B.
This code reflects the County/Municipality in which your business is
located.
Item K Enter the county where your business is located.
Item L If this business will be open all year, check the “YES” box. If this is
a seasonal business, check “NO” and indicate the months the
business is open.
Item M If the business is a corporation, enter the date and state of
incorporation, the fiscal month of the corporation and the NJ
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corporation business number of the corporation. If this business is
a subsidiary of another corporation, check “YES” and enter the
name and FEIN of the parent.
Item N Enter the four-digit Standard Industrial Code (SIC) if known.
Item O Enter the six-digit North American Industrial Classification System
Code (NAICS) if known. (See Table C, page 14)
Item P Enter the names of the owner, partners or responsible corporate
officer(s). Enter the social security number, title, and home address
for each person listed.
PAGE 18 INSTRUCTIONS Question 1:
(a) Have you or will you be paying wages, salaries or commissions to
employees working in New Jersey within the next 6 months, check
“YES” and enter the date of the first payment. This date must be
provided for Unemployment and Disability registration purposes. If
“NO”, please be aware that if you begin paying wages you are required
to notify the Client Registration Bureau at (609)-292-1730.
(b) If 1(a) is “YES”, enter the date you hired your 1st New Jersey employee.
(c)
This date must be provided for Unemployment and Disability
registration purposes. Accumulate the gross periodic payrolls until they
add up to a total of $1,000. Enter that date on line 1c.
(d) If you will be paying wages, salaries or commissions to New Jersey
residents working outside New Jersey, check “YES”.
(e) If you will be the payer of pensions and/or annuities to New Jersey
residents, check “YES” and enter the date of the first payment.
(f)
If you will be holding legalized games of chance in New Jersey (as
defined in Chapter 47 “Rules of Legalized Games of Chance”) where
proceeds from any one prize exceed $1,000, check “YES” and enter the
date of the first prize awarded. (NJ Lottery proceeds are not included.)
(g) A PEO (Employee Leasing Company) that registers with the NJ Division
of Revenue via NJ-REG is subject to an additional and separate
registration process with the NJ Department of Labor. To obtain the
special PEO registration forms and information, please visit our website,
www.state.nj.us/labor/ea/eaindex.html or call 609-633-6400 x 2209.
Question 2:
If you purchased or otherwise came into possession of 90% or more of the
assets of another business, check “Substantially all the assets”. If you
purchased or otherwise received the right to continue to operate the entire
trade or business of another employer, check “Trade or Business”. If you
took over all the employees of an existing business, excluding corporate
officers if any, check “Employees”.
Enter the name, any trade name and address of the business you acquired.
Also enter the New Jersey Unemployment Registration Number or FEIN of
the prior business as well as the date you purchased the business. Also
indicate the percentage of assets, trade or business and employees that you
took over from the prior business.
Question 3:
When the successor acquires or absorbs and continues the business of a
subject predecessor, the successor employer can not protest the transfer of
the predecessor’s employment experience if the predecessor and successor
units were owned or controlled by each other or by the same interests.
Question 4: Agricultural labor means the following activities:
1. Services performed on a farm in connection with cultivation of the soil;
raising or harvesting any agricultural or horticultural product; raising,
feeding, caring for and managing livestock, bees, poultry or furbearing animals; handling, packaging, or processing any agricultural
or horticultural commodity in its unmanufactured state; repair and
maintenance of equipment or real property used in the agricultural
activity; and transport of agricultural or horticultural supplies or
products if not in the usual course of a trucking business;
2. Service performed in a greenhouse or nursery if over 50 percent of the
gross sales volume is attributable to products raised in the
greenhouse or nursery; and
3. Service performed by a cooperative of which the producer of the
agricultural product is a member if the service performed is incidental
and necessary to the delivery of the product to market in a finished
state.
Agricultural labor does not include:
1. Service performed at a race track;
2. Service in the breeding, care or boarding of domesticated animals of
a kind normally found in a home, such as dogs and cats;
3. Service in a retail enterprise selling the product of an agricultural
enterprise if the retail enterprise is not located on or contiguous to the
site of production; or
4. Service in a retail enterprise located on or contiguous to the site of
production if greater than 50% of the gross sales volume of the retail
enterprise is attributable to items not produced at the site.
Question 5:
Household service means service of a personal nature performed outside of
a business enterprise for a householder. Household service is normally
performed in a private residence, but may be performed in other settings
such as a nursing home or a yacht. Household service would include, but is
not limited to, the following occupations: maids, butlers, cooks, valets,
gardeners, chauffeurs; personal secretaries, baby-sitters and nurses’ aides.
(a) If “YES”, this date is to be provided for Unemployment and Disability
registration purposes. Accumulate the gross periodic cash payrolls
until they add up to a total of $1,000 in a calendar quarter. Enter that
date here.
Question 6:
Has the Internal Revenue Service determined that your organization is
exempt from income tax as a 501(c)(3) organization? If yes, check “YES”.
Question 7:
Any employing unit subject to the provisions of the Federal Unemployment
Tax Act (FUTA) in the current or preceding calendar year automatically
becomes an employer unless services are specifically excluded under the
New Jersey Unemployment Law. An employing unit (other than one which
employs agricultural workers) is generally subject to FUTA if it had covered
employment during some portion of a day in 20 different calendar weeks
within the calendar year or had a quarterly payroll of $1,500 or more.
Question 8:
If you believe that you or your business is not required to pay unemployment
and temporary disability contributions on wages paid to its employees, check
“YES”, otherwise check “NO”. Examples are: This is a church or the only
employees of this proprietorship are the spouse and children under age 18.
You may be subject to New Jersey Gross Income Tax Withholding.
Question 9:
For principal product or service in New Jersey only, please provide a
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description for that product or service which accounts for over 50% of your
business (i.e. fuel oil). Please briefly describe the type of activity your
business is engaged in (i.e. drive a fuel truck to sell fuel oil to consumers).
Question 10:
This information is to be supplied by every employer regardless of the
number of work locations in New Jersey or the number of classes of industry
which it is engaged in. Please do not describe work location by post office
box number. The incorporated municipalities in which workers operate or to
which they report daily should be named instead. If there is more than one
location please list each location beginning with the largest employing facility
first. Please provide the location address and indicate the nature of business
conducted at each location. If two or more principal classes of activity are
conducted at one location, please indicate.
In describing the “Nature of Business”, classify your “Primary Activity” under
one of the following: wholesale trade, retail trade, manufacturing, mining and
quarrying, construction (general or specific), real estate, insurance, finance,
transportation, communication, or other public utilities, personal service,
business service, professional service, agriculture, forestry, fishery. If the
employing unit is engaged in trade, state under “Primary Activity” whether as
wholesaler, commission merchant or wholesale branch of manufacturing
concern, retailer (store, route, restaurant, fast food, service station, and the
like), or retail branch of manufacturing concern. Please refer to the list of
business codes provided.
For units engaged in manufacturing, state the product which has the greatest
gross annual value. Describe also the basic raw materials or articles. For
units with more than one principal product or service show percentage of
gross value in each.
For contractors (subcontractors) in construction, state the type of activity,
such as general (building or other), highway, heavy marine (not ship), water
well, demolition, or specific (i.e. plumbing, painting, masonry or stone,
carpentry, roofing, concrete, general maintenance construction and the like),
speculative builder, development builder.
For service providers, state whether hotel, laundry, photography, barber or
beauty, funeral, garment, hygienic, business janitor, news, radio, accounting,
educational, repair, entertainment, amusement, athletic specific professional
or the like.
For the wholesaler or retailer, describe primary commodity.
If engaged in marine transportation, state whether on inland water-ways,
harbors, coastwise or trans-oceanic.
For employers engaged in more than one business activity (i.e. service
station, mini-mart) show (in the percent column) the relative gross business
each activity does.
The average number of employees on the payroll at each location and in
each class of activity should be shown. Please continue on a separate sheet
if needed.
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Question 11
(a) If you will be collecting New Jersey Sales Tax and/or paying Use Tax
check “YES” and enter the date of the first sale.
(b) Check “YES” if you will be making tax exempt purchases. If “YES”,
you will be issued New Jersey Resale Certificates (ST-3) and/or
Exempt Use Certificates (ST-4).
NOTE: Form ST-3, Resale Certificate. Issued to a vendor by a
purchaser who is not the “end user” of the goods or services
being purchased.
Form ST-4, Exempt Use Certificate. Issued to a vendor by a
purchaser who is purchasing goods for an exempt use.
(c) If your business is located within Atlantic City, Salem County, North
Wildwood, Wildwood Crest or Wildwood, check the applicable box.
If you are eligible for the New York/New Jersey Cooperative Interstate
Sales Tax Agreement, indicate this in Question 18 under “Other State
Taxes”.
(d) All NJ locations collecting NJ sales tax must be registered. If “YES”,
attach a rider requesting consolidated reporting.
(e) If you sell, store, deliver or transport natural gas or electricity to users
or customers whether by mains, lines, or pipes located within this
State or by any other means of delivery, check “YES”.
Question 12:
If you intend to sell cigarettes in New Jersey, check “YES”. If “YES”,
complete Form REG-L if you are requesting a wholesaler, distributor or
manufacturer license application. Complete Form CM-100 if you are
applying for a retailer or vending machine license.You will be sent the
appropriate license/license application after these forms are processed.
Question 13:
(a) If you are a distributor or wholesaler of tobacco products other than
cigarettes, check “YES”. Examples of tobacco products are: cigars,
little cigars, cigarillos, chewing tobacco, pipe tobacco, smoking
tobacco, tobacco substitutes and snuff. Cigarettes are exempt from
the Tobacco Products Wholesale Sales and Use Tax.
(b) If the distributor or wholesaler has not collected the Tobacco Products
Wholesale Sales and Use Tax from the retailer or consumer, the
retailer or consumer is responsible for remitting the compensating use
tax on the price paid or charged directly to the Division of Taxation
within 20 days of the date the tax was required to be paid.
Question 14:
If you are a manufacturer, wholesaler, distributor or retailer of “littergenerating products”, check “YES”. Litter-generating products are: food,
soft drinks and carbonated water, beer, wine, distilled spirits, glass
containers, metal containers, plastic or fiber containers, groceries, drugstore
sundries, cigarettes and tobacco products, motor vehicle tires, newsprint and
magazine paper stock, paper products and household paper, and cleaning
agents and toiletries.
Question 15:
If you are an owner or operator of a sanitary landfill facility in New Jersey,
check “YES” and indicate the facility number and type as classified by the
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. Registration
instructions for the Solid Waste Services and Landfill Closure and
Contingency taxes will be forwarded.
Question 18:
If you will be providing goods or services to casino licensees or acting as a
contractor or subcontractor to the State or its agencies, check the “YES” box.
Question 19:
Businesses involved in the rental of motor vehicles (less than 28 day
agreements), including passenger autos, trucks and trailers designed for use
on the highways, other than those used for the transportation of commercial
freight, are subject to the payment of a $2 per day Domestic Security Fee. If
eligible,
a
business
must
check
YES
and
go
to
http://www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/prntmisc.htm for instructions on how
to report and pay the fee quarterly either electronically or by phone (Form
DSF-100). See Technical Bulletin 47(R) on this topic at:
http://www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/publtb.htm.
Question 20:
Businesses engaged in the rental of rooms in a hotel, motel, bed & breakfast
or similar facility are required to collect a State Occupancy Fee of 5% as of
7-1-04. In addition, a Municipal Occupancy Tax of up to 3% must also be
collected, if enacted by the municipality where the facility is located. If such
a facility, check YES. You will receive the HM-100 return, which must be filed
with payment by the 20th of each month. For additional information on the
Fee and a list of municipalities that have enacted the Tax, go to:
http://www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/hotelfeeinfo.htm
Question 21:
Businesses that hold an outdoor advertising license or permit issued by the
New Jersey DOT are subject to the 6% Outdoor Advertising Fee imposed on
gross amounts collected for the sale of advertising space. If you have such
a license or permit, check YES. You will receive the OA-100 return which is
due on a quarterly basis. For additional information on the Fee, go to:
www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation.
Question 22:
If you sell new tires, or sell or lease motor vehicles, you must check YES.
You will receive information regarding the collection of the Motor Vehicle Tire
Fee.
Question 16:
(a) If you operate a facility that has the total combined capacity to store
200,000 gallons or more of petroleum products, check “YES”.
(b) If you operate a facility that has the total combined capacity to store
20,000 gallons of hazardous chemicals, check “YES”.
(c) If you store petroleum products or hazardous chemicals at a public
storage terminal, check “YES”, and enter the name of the terminal. A
Spill Compensation and Control Tax registration application will be
forwarded.
Question 17
(a) If your company will be involved with the sale or transport of motor
fuels and/or petroleum, check “YES”. If “YES”, complete Form REGL if you are requesting a wholesaler, distributor, import, export,
seller/use, gasoline jobber, or storage facility operator license
application. Complete Form CM-100 if you are applying for a retail
dealer or transport license. You will be sent the appropriate
license/license application after these forms are processed.
(b) If your company is engaged in refining and/or distributing petroleum
products for distribution in this State, or importing petroleum products
into New Jersey for consumption in New Jersey, check “YES”. If you
have checked “YES”, complete Form REG-L and return it with your
competed NJ-REG.
(c) If you checked “YES”, you will be sent a Direct Payment Permit
application.
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Question 23:
If you provide such services, check YES and indicate the type of business,
service or practice you are engaged in (e.g. plastic surgery, electrolysis,
beauty salon/spa, hair replacement facility, hospital)
Question 24:
If you are you a telephone exchange company or a mobile
telecommunications carrier which provides voice grade access telephone
numbers or service lines as part of that telephone exchange service, thereby
providing access to 9-1-1 service through the public switched network, you
must check YES. You will receive the ERF-100 return which is due on a
quarterly basis.
Question 25:
Contact Person: Enter the name, title, telephone number and e-mail
address of the contact person who will answer questions regarding the
registration application.
Signature: The application must be signed and dated by the owner if a
sole proprietorship, or in the case of a corporation, by the president, vicepresident, secretary, treasurer, comptroller, or other duly authorized officer.
Unsigned applications cannot be processed and will be returned.
TABLE A - NEW JERSEY BUSINESS CODES
Enter one of the following four-digit numbers on page 17, Block I to indicate the product group or service of your business:
MISCELLANEOUS WITHHOLDER CODES
Code
2781
2779
Description
Pension Plan Withholders
Employer of Domestic Household Employees
MANUFACTURING BUSINESS CODES
1631
1314
1100
1404
1622
1815
1405
1208
1220
1200
1306
1637
1604
1316
1809
1800
1213
1614
1304
1104
1602
1808
1627
1110
1107
1305
1601
1502
1903
1905
1804
1630
1812
1105
1607
1823
1611
1300
1106
1103
1303
1609
1400
1108
1904
1500
1615
1301
1634
1813
1315
1810
1401
1610
1311
1619
1618
1820
1608
1406
1617
1814
1302
1101
1111
1626
1600
1621
1638
1201
Aircraft and Related Supplies
Alcoholic Beverages/Liquor
Apparel
Appliances, Housewares, Linens
Art, Mechanical Drawing & Related Supplies
Asphalt
Audio/Visual (TV, Stereo, Records, CD)
Auto Parts and Related Products/Accessories
Auto Windows/Glass
Automotive
Baked Goods
Bicycles and Related Merchandise
Books, Magazines, Periodicals, Newspapers
Bottled Water
Building Materials and Supplies
Building/Construction
Buses, Bus Parts
Cameras, Photo Equipment and Supplies
Candy, Nuts and Confectionery
Children’s & Infants’ Clothing and/or
Accessories
Computer Hardware, Software
Concrete
Containers (Industrial/Commercial)
Costumes
Custom Clothing and Tailoring
Dairy Products
Drugs & Medical Supplies, Medical Equipment
Dry Goods
Electric
Electric and Gas
Electrical Materials
Electronic Equipment
Energy Conservation Related
Family Clothing
Farm and Garden Equipment and Supplies
Fencing
Flowers and Related Merchandise
Food
Footwear
Formal Wear (Tuxedos, Bridal Gowns, etc.)
Fruit and/or Vegetables
Fuel (Bottled Gas, Kerosene, Charcoal, etc.)
Furniture
Furriers
Gas
General Merchandise
Gifts, Souvenirs
Grocery Items
Hair Grooming Supplies
Hardware
Health Food Products
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
Household Furniture and Furnishings
Ice
Ice Cream Products
Industrial Supplies
Industrial Tools and Equipment, Machinery
Iron and Steel
Jewelry
Lamps, Lights, Shades
Leather Goods and Luggage
Lumber
Meat and /or Fish
Men’s and Boys’ Clothing and/or Accessories
Millinery and Accessories
Miscellaneous Decorative & Display Materials
Miscellaneous Products
Models and Hobby Related Merchandise
Monuments, Caskets & Related Merchandise
Motor Vehicles
Code
1207
1209
1215
1606
1318
1402
1616
1803
1633
1628
1635
1640
1313
1802
1623
1202
1807
1822
1620
1636
1307
1605
1603
1613
1906
1902
1901
1624
1625
1629
1203
1612
1632
1210
1214
1212
1109
1900
1907
1816
1811
1102
Description
Motorboats
Motorcycles, Minibikes
Mufflers
Musical Instruments & Related Merchandise
Non-Alcoholic Beverages
Office Furniture and Furnishings
Optical Goods
Paint, Wallpaper and Decorating
Paintings, Sculpture and Related Artwork
Paper and Packaging Products
Perfumes and Cosmetics
Pet Supplies
Pizza
Plumbing Materials
Pools and Related Accessories
Recreational Vehicles, Campers
Roofing Materials
Siding (Aluminum, Brickface, Stucco)
Signs and Advertising Displays
Soaps, Detergents, etc.
Specialty Foods
Sporting Goods and Related Merchandise
Stamps, Coins, Gold, Precious Metals, etc.
Stationery, Greeting Cards, School Supplies
Steam
Telegraph
Telephone
Telephones, Telecommunications Equipment
Textiles and Related Products
Tile and Ceramic Merchandise
Tires
Tobacco Products
Toys and Games
Trailers
Transmissions
Trucks, Truck Parts
Uniforms
Utilities
Water
Well Drilling, Water Pumps
Windows, Doors, Glass
Women’s & Girls’ Clothing and/or Accessories
2740
2720
2631
2778
2775
Accounting
Advertising, Public Relations
Aircraft and Related Supplies
Alcoholic Beverage Pick-up & Transport
Apartments, Condominiums, Homeowner
Association
Apparel
Appliances, Housewares
Appraising
Architecture & Engineering Services
Athletic Club (Spas, Gyms, etc.)
Audio/Visual (TV, Stereo, Records, CD)
Auto Body, Painting
Auto Salvage/Junk Yard
Auto Upholstery, Vinyl
Auto Windows/Glass
Automobiles
Automotive
Banks
Bicycles & Related Merchandise
Buses
Cable TV
Cameras, Photo Equipment & Supplies
Car Wash & Wax
Casino/Casino Hotel
Catering
Cemeteries, Crematories
Charter Fishing
SERVICE BUSINESS CODES
2100
2404
2769
2741
2717
2405
2217
2219
2218
2220
2205
2200
2705
2637
2213
2751
2614
2216
2767
2317
2764
2744
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Code
2711
2602
2754
2107
2761
2709
2708
2903
2905
2630
2779
2745
2715
2718
2607
2300
2106
2737
2400
2904
2204
2736
2749
2762
2752
2759
2701
2768
2618
2755
2732
2729
2756
2742
2608
2725
2721
2617
2726
2771
2728
2730
2601
2600
2700
2753
2621
2638
2201
2207
2209
2215
2606
2719
2747
2616
2731
2758
2757
2727
2710
2723
2707
2706
2623
2714
2739
2738
2704
2712
Description
Coin Operated Laundries
Computer Hardware, Software, Internet
Consulting Services (All Types)
Custom Clothing & Tailoring
Data Processing
Dry Cleaning
Duplicating, Photocopying
Electric
Electric and Gas
Electronic Equipment
Employer of Domestic/Household Employees
Employment Agencies
Entertainment (Amusement, Circus, Movies, &
Sports)
Equipment Rental/Leasing
Farm & Garden Equipment & Supplies
Food
Footwear
Funeral Services
Furniture
Gas
Gasoline Service Station
Governmental Services
Graphics
Hair Salons, Hair Dressers, Barber Shops
Health Clubs/Programs (Exercise, Tanning,
Diet)
Hospitals, Clinics, Institutions
Hotels & Motels
Import/Export
Industrial Tools & Equipment, Machinery
Instructions (Dancing, Driving, etc.)
Insurance
Interior Cleaning/Janitorial, Rug Cleaning
Interior Decorator
Investment/Financial Services (Pension Plans)
Jewelry
Junk Dealers
Landscaping, Lawn Service, Gardening
Leather Goods and Luggage
Linen Service & Rentals
Locksmith
Marinas, Boat & Dock Rentals, Bait
Marine Maintenance & Repairs
Medical Equipment
Miscellaneous Products
Miscellaneous Service
Modeling Agencies
Models & Hobby Related merchandise
Monuments, Caskets & Related Merchandise
Motor Vehicle Dealers (New and/or Used
Autos)
Motorboats
Motorcycles, Minibikes
Mufflers
Musical Instruments & Related Merchandise
Nursery, Day Care, Camps
Nursing Homes & Convalescent Centers
Optical Goods
Organizations (Scouts, Fraternal, etc.)
Parking/Parking Lots
Participating Sports (Golf, Bowling, etc.)
Pawn Brokers
Pest Control
Pet Grooming, Boarding, Training, Breeding
Photo Printing & Processing
Photographic, Sound Studios
Pools & Related Accessories
Printing and Publishing
Professional Legal Services
Professional Medical Services, Health Care
Public Warehousing/Storage
Radio and TV Repair
TABLE A - NEW JERSEY BUSINESS CODES (continued)
Enter one of the following four-digit numbers on page 17, Block I to indicate the product group or service of your business:
Code
2733
2202
2776
2401
2702
2748
2750
2773
2620
2765
2716
2605
2906
2770
2902
2901
2624
2203
2211
2632
2703
2210
2214
2734
2766
2735
2746
Description
Real Estate
Recreational Vehicles, Campers
Recycling Related
Refinishing, Upholstery, etc.
Rooming & Boarding Houses
Safe Deposit Boxes (Post Office, Bank)
Security Services, Alarms
Shipping & Mailing, Couriers
Signs & Advertising Displays
Snow Removal
Social Club (Dating, etc.)
Sporting Goods & Related Merchandise
Steam
Surveying
Telegraph
Telephone
Telephones, Telecommunications Equipment
Tires
Towing
Toys & Games
Trailer Parks & Camps
Trailers
Transmissions
Transportation (Limousines, Chauffeurs, Taxis,
Buses)
Trash Removal
Travel Agencies
Trucking and Moving
Trucks
Unions
Upholstery & Furniture Repair, Refinishing
Utilities
Valet
Veterinarians, Animal Hospitals
Video Rentals & Related
Water
Water Systems Related (Purification, Pumps,
etc.)
Welding
Window Washing
Word Processing, Typing, Addressing, etc.
3631
3314
3100
3404
3622
3815
3405
3208
3220
3200
3306
3637
3604
3316
3809
3800
3213
3614
3304
3104
3602
3808
3627
3110
3305
3601
3502
3903
3905
3804
3630
3812
WHOLESALE BUSINESS CODES
Aircraft & Relates Supplies
Alcoholic Beverages/Liquor
Apparel
Appliances, Housewares, Linens
Art, Mechanical Drawing & Related Supplies
Asphalt
Audio/Visual (TV, Stereo, Records, DC, etc.)
Auto Parts & Related Products/Accessories
Auto Windows/Glass
Automotive
Baked Goods
Bicycles & Related Merchandise
Books, Magazines, Periodicals, Newspapers
Bottled Water
Building Materials & Supplies
Building/Construction
Buses, Bus Parts
Cameras, Photo Equipment & Supplies
Candy, Nuts & Confectionery
Children’s & Infants’ Clothing and/or Acces.
Computer Hardware, Software
Concrete
Containers (Industrial/Commercial)
Costumes
Dairy Products
Drugs & Medical Supplies, Medical Equipment
Dry Goods
Electric
Electric & Gas
Electrical Materials
Electronic Equipment
Energy Conservation Related
2724
2722
2743
2212
2763
2713
2900
2774
2760
2772
2907
2777
Code
3105
3607
3823
3611
3300
3106
3103
3303
3609
3400
3108
3904
3500
3615
3301
3634
3813
3315
3810
3401
3610
3311
3619
3618
3820
3608
3406
3617
3814
3302
3101
3111
3626
3600
3621
3638
3201
3207
3209
3215
3606
3318
3402
3616
3803
3633
3628
3635
3640
3313
3802
3623
3202
3639
3807
3403
3822
3620
3636
3307
3605
3603
3613
3906
3902
3901
3624
3625
3629
3203
3612
3632
3210
3214
3212
3109
Description
Family Clothing
Farm & Garden Equipment & Supplies
Fencing
Flowers & Related Merchandise
Food
Footwear
Formal Wear (Tuxedos, Bridal Gowns, etc.)
Fruit and/or Vegetables
Fuel (Bottled Gas, Kerosene, Charcoal, etc.)
Furniture
Furriers
Gas
General Merchandise
Gifts, Souvenirs
Grocery Items
Hair Grooming Supplies
Hardware
Health Food Products
Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning
Household Furniture & Furnishings
Ice
Ice Cream Products
Industrial Supplies
Industrial Tools & Equipment, Machinery
Iron & Steel
Jewelry
Lamps, Lights, Shades
Leather Goods & Luggage
Lumber
Meat and/or Fish
Men’s & Boys’ Clothing and/or Accessories
Millinery & Accessories
Miscellaneous Decorative & Display Materials
Miscellaneous Products
Models & Hobby Related Merchandise
Monuments, Caskets & Related Merchandise
Motor Vehicles
Motorboats
Motorcycles, Minibikes
Mufflers
Musical Instruments & Related Merchandise
Non-Alcoholic Beverages
Office Furniture & Furnishings
Optical Goods
Paint, Wallpaper & Decorating
Paintings, Sculpture & Related Artwork
Paper & Packaging Products
Perfumes & Cosmetics
Pet Supplies
Pizza
Plumbing Materials
Pools & Related Accessories
Recreational Vehicles, Campers
Religious Articles, Clothing & Related
Roofing Materials
Second Hand Items/Antiques
Siding (Aluminum, Brickface, Stucco)
Signs & Advertising Displays
Soaps, Detergents, etc.
Specialty Foods
Sporting Goods & Related Merchandise
Stamps, Coins, Gold, Precious Metals, etc.
Stationery, Greeting Cards, School Supplies
Steam
Telegraph
Telephone
Telephones, Telecommunications Equipment
Textiles & Related Products
Tile & Ceramic Merchandise
Tires
Tobacco Products
Toys & Games
Trailers
Transmissions
Trucks, Truck Parts
Uniforms
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Code
3900
3907
3816
3811
3102
Description
Utilities
Water
Well Drilling, Water Pumps
Windows, Doors, Glass
Women’s & Girls’ Clothing and/or Accessories
4815
4800
4806
4808
4817
4821
4804
4812
4823
4801
4810
4820
4805
4818
4803
4802
4807
4819
4822
4816
4811
CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS CODES
Asphalt
Building
Carpentering & Wood Flooring
Concrete Work
Demolition, Excavation
Dry Wall, Plaster
Electrical Work
Energy Conservation
Fencing
General Building Contractor
Heating & Air Conditioning
Iron & Steel
Masonry & Stonework
Miscellaneous Construction & Repair
Painting, Paper Hanging & Decorating
Plumbing
Roofing
Septic & Cesspool
Siding (Aluminum, Brickface, Stucco)
Well Drilling
Windows, Doors, Glass
5631
5314
5508
5100
5404
5622
5815
5405
5208
5218
5220
5219
5206
5200
5306
5309
5637
5604
5316
5800
5809
5213
5614
5304
5317
5104
5641
5602
5808
5627
5110
5107
5305
5501
5506
5601
5502
5804
5630
5812
5105
5607
RETAIL BUSINESS CODES
Aircraft & Related Supplies
Alcoholic Beverages/Liquor
Annual Shows
Apparel
Appliances, Housewares, Linens
Art, Mechanical Drawing & Related Supplies
Asphalt
Audio/Visual (TV, Stereo, Records, CD, etc.)
Auto Parts and Related Products/Accessories
Auto Upholstery, Vinyl
Auto Windows/Glass
Automobile Junk/Scrap Yard
Automobile Rentals and Leasing
Automotive
Bakeries
Bars, Taverns, Pubs
Bicycles and Related Merchandise
Books, Magazines, Periodicals, Newspapers
Bottled Water
Building
Building Materials and Supplies
Buses, Bus Parts
Cameras, Photo Equipment and Supplies
Candy, Nuts and Confectionery
Catering
Children’s & Infants’ Clothing and/or
Accessories
Collectors Items (Baseball Cards, Comics, etc.)
Computer Hardware, Software
Concrete
Containers (Industrial/Commercial)
Costumes
Custom Clothing and Tailoring
Dairy Products
Department Store
Direct Selling Organization (Amway, etc.)
Drugs and Medical Supplies, Medical
Equipment
Dry Goods and General Merchandise
Electrical Materials
Electronic Equipment
Energy Conservation Related
Family Clothing
Farm and Garden Equipment and Supplies
TABLE A - NEW JERSEY BUSINESS CODES (continued)
Enter one of the following four-digit numbers on page 17, Block I to indicate the product group or service of your business:
Code
Description
Code
Description
Code
Description
5312
Fast Food (Burgers, Chicken, Hot Dogs, Tacos,
etc.)
Fencing
Flea Markets
Flowers and Related Merchandise
Food
Footwear
Formal Wear (Tuxedos, Bridal Gowns)
Fruit and Vegetables, Produce Stands
Fuel (Bottled Gas, Kerosene, Charcoal, etc.)
Furniture
Furriers
General Merchandise
Gifts, Souvenirs
Groceries Including Delicatessens
Hair Grooming Supplies
Hardware
Health Foods
Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning
Household Furniture & Furnishings
Ice
Ice Cream Products
Industrial Supplies
Industrial Tools and Equipment, Machinery
Iron and Steel
Jewelry
Lamps, Lights, Shades
Leather Goods and Luggage
5504
5814
5503
5302
5101
5505
5111
5626
5600
5621
5638
5201
Limited Price Variety Store
Lumber
Mail Order House
Meat and Fish
Men’s and Boy’s Clothing and/or Accessories
Merchandise Vending Machine Operator
Millinery and Accessories
Miscellaneous Decorative & Display Materials
Miscellaneous Products
Models and Hobby Related Merchandise
Monuments, Caskets & Related Merchandise
Motor Vehicle Dealers (New and /or Used
Autos)
Motorboats
Motorcycles, Minibikes
Mufflers
Musical Instruments and Related Merchandise
Non-Alcoholic Beverages
Office Furniture, Equipment and Supplies
Optical Goods
Paint, Wallpaper
Paintings, Sculpture and Related Artwork
Paper and Packaging Products
Perfumes and Cosmetics
Pet Supplies
Pizzerias
Plumbing Materials
Pools and Related Accessories
5202
5639
5310
5308
5807
5403
5822
5620
5636
5307
5605
5603
5613
5624
5625
5629
5203
5612
5632
5210
5214
5212
5109
5816
5811
5102
Recreational Vehicles, Campers
Religious Articles, Clothing and Related
Restaurants (With Liquor)
Restaurants, Diners, Eateries (No Liquor)
Roofing Materials
Second Hand Items/Antiques
Siding
Signs and Advertising Displays
Soaps, Detergents, etc.
Specialty Foods (Charles Chips)
Sporting Goods and Related Merchandise
Stamps, Coins, Gold, Precious Metals, etc.
Stationery, Greeting Cards, School Supplies
Telephones, Telecommunications Equipment
Textiles and Related Products
Tile and Ceramic Merchandise
Tires
Tobacco Products
Toys and Games
Trailers
Transmissions
Trucks, Truck Parts
Uniforms
Well Drilling, Water Pumps
Windows, Doors, Glass
Women’s and Girl’s Clothing and/or
Accessories
5823
5507
5611
5300
5106
5103
5303
5609
5400
5108
5500
5615
5301
5634
5813
5315
5810
5401
5610
5311
5619
5618
5820
5608
5406
5617
5207
5209
5215
5606
5318
5402
5616
5803
5633
5628
5635
5640
5313
5802
5623
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TABLE B - NEW JERSEY COUNTY / MUNICIPALITY CODES
Enter the Appropriate Four-Digit Number in the Boxes Provided on Page 17, Item J.
Location
Code Municipality
Location
Code Municipality
Location
Code Municipality
Location
Code Municipality
ATLANTIC COUNTY
0101 Absecon City
0102 Atlantic City
0103 Brigantine City
0104 Buena Bor.
0105 Buena Vista Twp.
0106 Corbin City City
0107 Egg Harbor City
0108 Egg Harbor Twp.
0109 Estell Manor City
0110 Folsom Bor.
0111 Galloway Twp.
0112 Hamilton Twp.
0113 Hammonton Town
0114 Linwood City
0115 Longport Bor.
0116 Margate City
0117 Mullica Twp.
0118 Northfield City
0119 Pleasantville City
0120 Port Republic City
0121 Somers Point City
0122 Ventnor City
0123 Weymouth Twp.
0258
0259
0260
0261
0262
0263
0264
0265
0266
0267
0268
0269
0270
0427
0428
0429
0430
0431
0432
0433
0434
0435
0436
0437
Pennsauken Twp.
Pine Hill Bor.
Pine Valley Bor.
Runnemede Bor.
Somerdale Bor.
Stratford Bor.
Tavistock Bor.
Voorhees Twp.
Waterford Twp.
Winslow Twp.
Woodlynne Bor.
0813
0814
0815
0816
0817
0818
0819
0820
0821
0822
0823
0824
CAPE
0501
0502
0503
0504
0505
0506
0507
0508
0509
0510
0511
0512
0513
0514
0515
0516
MAY COUNTY
Avalon Bor.
Cape May City
Cape May Point Bor.
Dennis Twp.
Lower Twp.
Middle Twp.
North Wildwood City
Ocean City City
Sea Isle City City
Stone Harbor Bor.
Upper Twp.
West Cape May Bor.
West Wildwood Bor.
Wildwood City
Wildwood Crest Bor.
Woodbine Bor.
BERGEN COUNTY
0201 Allendale Bor.
0202 Alpine Bor.
0203 Bergenfield Bor.
0204 Bogota Bor.
0205 Carlstadt Bor.
0206 Cliffside Park Bor.
0207 Closter Bor.
0208 Cresskill Bor.
0209 Demarest Bor.
0210 Dumont Bor.
0211 Elmwood Park Bor.
0212 East Rutherford Bor.
0213 Edgewater Bor.
0214 Emerson Bor.
0215 Englewood City
0216 Englewood Cliffs Bor.
0217 Fair Lawn Bor.
0218 Fariview Bor.
0219 Fort Lee Bor.
0220 Franklin Lakes Bor.
0221 Garfield City
0222 Glen Rock Bor.
0223 Hackensack City
0224 Harrington Park Bor.
0225 Hasbrouck Heights Bor.
0226 Haworth Bor.
0227 Hillsdale Bor.
0228 Hohokus Bor.
0229 Leonia Bor.
0230 Little Ferry Bor.
0231 Lodi Bor.
0232 Lyndhurst Twp.
0233 Mahwah Twp.
0234 Maywood Bor.
0235 Midland Park Bor.
0236 Montvale Bor.
0237 Moonachie Bor.
0238 New Milford Bor.
0239 North Arlington Bor.
0240 Northvale Bor.
0241 Norwood Bor.
0242 Oakland Bor.
0243 Old Tappan Bor.
0244 Oradell Bor.
0245 Palisades Park Bor.
0246 Paramus Bor.
0247 Park Ridge Bor.
0248 Ramsey Bor.
0249 Ridgefield Bor.
0250 Ridgefield Park Village
0251 Ridgewood Village
0252 Riveredge Bor.
0253 Rivervale Twp.
0254 Rochelle Park Twp.
0255 Rockleigh Bor.
0256 Rutherford Bor.
0257 Saddle Brook Twp.
Saddle River Bor.
South Hackensack Twp.
Teaneck Twp.
Tenafly Bor.
Teterboro Bor.
Upper Saddle River Bor.
Waldwick Bor.
Wallington Bor.
Washington Twp.
Westwood Bor.
Woodcliff Lake Bor.
Wood-Ridge Bor.
Wyckoff Twp.
BURLINGTON COUNTY
0301 Bass River Twp.
0302 Beverly City
0303 Bordentown City
0304 Bordentown Twp.
0305 Burlington City
0306 Burlington Twp.
0307 Chesterfield Twp.
0308 Cinnaminson Twp.
0309 Delanco Twp.
0310 Delran Twp.
0311 Eastampton Twp.
0312 Edgewater Park Twp.
0313 Evesham Twp.
0314 Fieldsboro Bor.
0315 Florence Twp.
0316 Hainesport Twp.
0317 Lumberton Twp.
0318 Mansfield Twp.
0319 Maple Shade Twp.
0320 Medford Twp.
0321 Medford Lakes Bor.
0322 Moorestown Twp.
0323 Mount Holly Twp.
0324 Mount Laurel Twp.
0325 New Hanover Twp.
0326 No. Hanover Twp.
0327 Palmyra Bor.
0328 Pemberton Bor.
0329 Pemberton Twp.
0330 Riverside Twp.
0331 Riverton Bor.
0332 Shamong Twp.
0333 Southampton Twp.
0334 Springfield Twp.
0335 Tabernacle Twp.
0336 Washington Twp.
0337 Westampton Twp.
0338 Willingboro Twp.
0339 Woodland Twp.
0340 Wrightstown Bor.
CAMDEN COUNTY
0401 Audubon Bor.
0402 Audubon Park Bor.
0403 Barrington Bor.
0404 Bellmawr Bor.
0405 Berlin Bor.
0406 Berlin Twp.
0407 Brooklawn Bor.
0408 Camden City
0409 Cherry Hill Twp.
0410 Chesilhurst Bor.
0411 Clementon Bor.
0412 Collingswood Bor.
0413 Gibbsboro Bor.
0414 Gloucester City
0415 Gloucester Twp.
0416 Haddon Twp.
0417 Haddonfield Bor.
0418 Haddon Heights Bor.
0419 Hi Nella Bor.
0420 Laurel Springs Bor.
0421 Lawnside Bor.
0422 Lindenwold Bor.
0423 Magnolia Bor.
0424 Merchantville Bor.
0425 Mt. Ephraim Bor.
0426 Oaklyn Bor.
CUMBERLAND COUNTY
0601 Bridgeton City
0602 Commercial City
0603 Deerfield Twp.
0604 Downe Twp.
0605 Fairfield Twp.
0606 Greenwich Twp.
0607 Hopewell Twp.
0608 Lawrence Twp.
0609 Maurice River Twp.
0610 Millville City
0611 Shiloh Bor.
0612 Stow Creek Twp.
0613 Upper Deerfield Twp.
0614 Vineland City
ESSEX COUNTY
0701 Belleville Twp.
0702 Bloomfield Twp.
0703 Caldwell Borough Twp.
0704 Cedar Grove Twp.
0705 East Orange City
0706 Essex Fells Twp.
0707 Fairfield Twp.
0708 Glen Ridge Twp.
0709 Irvington Twp.
0710 Livingston Twp.
0711 Maplewood Twp.
0712 Millburn Twp.
0713 Montclair Twp.
0714 Newark City
0715 North Caldwell Twp.
0716 Nutley Twp.
0717 Orange City Twp.
0718 Roseland Bor.
0719 South Orange Village
0720 Verona Twp.
0721 West Caldwell Twp.
0722 West Orange Twp.
GLOUCESTER COUNTY
0801 Clayton Bor.
0802 Deptford Twp.
0803 East Greenwich Twp.
0804 Elk Twp.
0805 Franklin Twp.
0806 Glassboro Bor.
0807 Greenwich Twp.
0808 Harrison Twp.
0809 Logan Twp.
0810 Mantua Twp.
0811 Monroe Twp.
0812 National Park Bor.
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Newfield Bor.
Paulsboro Bor.
Pitman Bor.
South Harrison Twp.
Swedesboro Bor.
Washington Twp.
Wenonah Bor.
West Deptford Twp.
Westville Bor.
Woodbury City
Woodbury Heights Bor.
Woolwich Twp.
HUDSON COUNTY
0901 Bayonne City
0902 East Newark Bor.
0903 Guttenberg Town
0904 Harrison Town
0905 Hoboken City
0906 Jersey City City
0907 Kearny Town
0908 North Bergen Twp.
0909 Secaucus Town
0910 Union City City
0911 Weehawken Twp.
0912 West New York
HUNTERDON COUNTY
1001 Alexandria Twp.
1002 Bethlehem Twp.
1003 Bloomsbury Bor.
1004 Califon Bor.
1005 Clinton Town
1006 Clinton Twp.
1007 Delaware Twp.
1008 East Amwell Twp.
1009 Flemington Bor.
1010 Franklin Twp.
1011 Frenchtown Bor.
1012 Glen Gardner Bor.
1013 Hampton Bor.
1014 High Bridge Bor.
1015 Holland Twp.
1016 Kingswood Twp.
1017 Lambertville City
1018 Lebanon Bor.
1019 Lebanon Twp.
1020 Milford Bor.
1021 Raritan Twp.
1022 Readington Twp.
1023 Stockton Bor.
1024 Tewksbury Twp.
1025 Union Twp.
1026 West Amwell Twp.
MERCER COUNTY
1101 East Windsor Twp.
1102 Ewing Twp.
1103 Hamilton Twp.
1104 Hightstown Bor.
1105 Hopewell Bor.
1106 Hopewell Twp.
1107 Lawrence Twp.
1108 Pennington Bor.
1109 Princeton Bor.
1110 Princeton Twp.
1111 Trenton City
1112 Washington Twp.
1113 West Windsor Twp.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY
1201 Carteret Bor.
1202 Cranbury Twp.
1203 Dunellen Bor.
1204 East Brunswick
1205 Edison Twp.
1206 Helmetta Bor.
1207 Highland Park Bor.
1208 Jamesburg Bor.
1209 Metuchen Bor.
1210 Middlesex Bor.
1211 Milltown Bor.
1212 Monroe Twp.
TABLE B - NEW JERSEY COUNTY / MUNICIPALITY CODES
Enter the Appropriate Four-Digit Number in the Boxes Provided on Page 17, Item J.
Location
Code Municipality
Location
Code Municipality
Location
Code Municipality
Location
Code Municipality
1213
1214
1215
1216
1217
1218
1219
1220
1221
1222
1223
1224
1225
1416
1417
1418
1419
1420
1421
1422
1423
1424
1425
1426
1427
1428
1429
1430
1431
1432
1433
1434
1435
1436
1437
1438
1439
1707
1708
1709
1710
1711
1712
1713
1714
1715
2103
2104
2105
2106
2107
2108
2109
2110
2111
2112
2113
2114
2115
2116
2117
2118
2119
2120
2121
2122
2123
Belvidere Town
Blairstown Twp.
Franklin Twp.
Frelinghuysen Twp.
Greenwich Twp.
Hackettstown Town
Hardwick Twp.
Harmony Twp.
Hope Twp.
Independence Twp.
Knowlton Twp.
Liberty Twp.
Lopatcong Twp.
Mansfield Twp.
Oxford Twp.
Pahaquarry Twp.
Phillipsburg Town
Pohatcong Twp.
Washington Bor.
Washington Twp.
White Twp.
2200
2300
2400
2500
2600
2700
2800
2900
3000
3100
3200
3300
3400
3500
3600
3700
3800
3900
4000
4100
4200
4300
4400
4500
4600
4700
4800
4900
5000
5100
5300
5400
5500
5600
5700
5800
5900
6000
6100
6200
6300
6400
6500
6600
6700
6800
6900
7000
7100
7200
7300
7400
7500
7600
7700
7800
7900
8000
8100
8200
8300
8400
8500
ALABAMA
ALASKA
ARIZONA
ARKANSAS
CALIFORNIA
COLORADO
CONNECTICUT
DELAWARE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
FLORIDA
GEORGIA
HAWAII
IDAHO
ILLINOIS
INDIANA
IOWA
KANSAS
KENTUCKY
LOUISIANA
MAINE
MARYLAND
MASSACHUSETTS
MICHIGAN
MINNESOTA
MISSISSIPPI
MISSOURI
MONTANA
NEBRASKA
NEVADA
NEW HAMPSHIRE
NEW MEXICO
NEW YORK
NORTH CAROLINA
NORTH DAKOTA
OHIO
OKLAHOMA
OREGON
PENNSYLVANIA
RHODE ISLAND
SOUTH CAROLINA
SOUTH DAKOTA
TENNESSEE
TEXAS
UTAH
VERMONT
VIRGINIA
WASHINGTON
WEST VIRGINIA
WISCONSIN
WYOMING
PUERTO RICO
NETHERLANDS
BELGIUM
ARGENTINA
CANADA
MEXICO
VIRGIN ISLANDS
ENGLAND
CHINA
GERMANY
IRELAND
GREECE
ISRAEL
New Brunswick City
North Brunswick Twp.
Old Bridge Twp.
Perth Amboy City
Piscataway Twp.
Plainsboro Twp.
Sayreville Bor.
South Amboy City
South Brunswick Twp.
South Plainfield Bor.
South River Bor.
Spotswood Bor.
Woodbridge Twp.
MONMOUTH COUNTY
1301 Aberdeen Twp.
1302 Allenhurst Bor.
1303 Allentown Bor.
1304 Asbury Park City
1305 Atlantic Highlands Bor.
1306 Avon-by-the-sea Bor.
1307 Belmar Bor.
1308 Bradley Beach Bor.
1309 Brielle Bor.
1310 Colts Neck Twp.
1311 Deal Bor.
1312 Eatontown Bor.
1313 Englishtown Bor.
1314 Fair Haven Bor.
1315 Farmingdale
1316 Freehold Bor.
1317 Freehold Twp.
1318 Hazlet Twp.
1319 Highlands Bor.
1320 Holmdel Twp.
1321 Howell Twp.
1322 Interlaken Bor.
1323 Keansburg Bor.
1324 Keyport Bor.
1325 Little Silver Bor.
1326 Loch Arbour Village
1327 Long Branch City
1328 Manalapan Twp.
1329 Manasquan Bor.
1330 Marlboro Twp.
1331 Matawan Bor.
1332 Middletown Twp.
1333 Millstone Twp.
1334 Monmouth Beach Bor.
1335 Neptune Twp.
1336 Neptune City Bor.
1337 Ocean Twp.
1338 Oceanport Bor.
1339 Red Bank Bor.
1340 Roosevelt Bor.
1341 Rumson Bor.
1342 Sea Bright Bor.
1343 Sea Girt Bor.
1344 Shrewsbury Bor.
1345 Shrewsbury Twp.
1346 South Belmar Bor.
1347 Spring Lake Bor.
1348 Spring Lake Heights Bor.
1349 Tinton Falls Bor.
1350 Union Beach Bor.
1351 Upper Freehold Twp.
1352 Wall Twp.
1353 West Long Branch Bor.
MORRIS COUNTY
1401 Boonton Town
1402 Boonton Twp.
1403 Butler Bor.
1404 Chatham Bor.
1405 Chatham Twp.
1406 Chester Bor.
1407 Chester Twp.
1408 Denville Twp.
1409 Dover Twp.
1410 East Hanover Twp.
1411 Florham Park Bor.
1312 Hanover Twp.
1413 Harding Twp.
1414 Jefferson Twp.
1415 Kinnelon Bor.
Lincoln Park Bor.
Madison Bor.
Mendham Bor.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill Twp.
Montville Twp.
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains Bor.
Morristown Town
Mountain Lakes Bor.
Mount Arlington Bor.
Mount Olive Twp.
Netcong Bor.
Par-Troy Hills Twp.
Passaic Twp.
Pequannock Twp.
Randolph Twp.
Riverdale Bor.
Rockaway Bor.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury Twp.
Victory Gardens Bor.
Washington Twp.
Wharton Bor.
OCEAN COUNTY
1501 Barnegat Twp.
1502 Barnegat Light Bor.
1503 Bay Head Bor.
1504 Beach Haven Bor.
1505 Beachwood Bor.
1506 Berkeley Twp.
1507 Brick Twp.
1508 Dover Twp.
1509 Eagleswood Twp.
1510 Harvey Cedars Bor.
1511 Island Heights Bor.
1512 Jackson Twp.
1513 Lacey Twp.
1514 Lakehurst Bor.
1515 Lakewood Twp.
1516 Lavallette Bor.
1517 Little Egg Harbor Twp.
1518 Long Beach Twp.
1519 Manchester Twp.
1520 Mantoloking Bor.
1521 Ocean Twp.
1522 Ocean Gate Bor.
1523 Pine Beach Bor.
1524 Plumsted Twp.
1525 Pt. Pleasant Bor.
1526 Pt. Pleasant Beach Bor.
1527 Seaside Heights Bor.
1528 Seaside Park Bor.
1529 Ship Bottom Bor.
1530 South Toms River Bor.
1531 Stafford Twp.
1532 Surf City Bor.
1533 Tuckerton Bor.
PASSAIC COUNTY
1601 Bloomingdale Bor.
1602 Clifton City
1603 Haledon Bor.
1604 Hawthorne Bor.
1605 Little Falls Twp.
1606 North Haledon Bor.
1607 Passaic City
1608 Paterson City
1609 Pompton Lakes Bor.
1610 Prospect Park Bor.
1611 Ringwood Bor.
1612 Totowa Bor.
1613 Wanaque Bor.
1614 Wayne Twp.
1615 West Milford Twp.
1616 West Paterson Bor.
SALEM COUNTY
1701 Alloway Twp.
1702 Carneys Point Twp.
1703 Elmer Bor.
1704 Elsinboro Twp.
1705 Lower Alloways Creek Twp.
1706 Mannington Twp.
Oldmans Twp.
Penns Grove Bor.
Pennsville Twp.
Pilesgrove Twp.
Pittsgrove Twp.
Quinton Twp.
Salem City
Upper Pittsgrove Twp.
Woodstown Bor
SOMERSET COUNTY
1801 Bedminster Twp.
1802 Bernards Twp.
1803 Bernardsville Bor.
1804 Bound Brook Bor.
1805 Branchburg Twp.
1806 Bridgewater Twp.
1807 Far Hills Bor.
1808 Franklin Twp.
1809 Green Brook Twp.
1810 Hillsborough Twp.
1811 Manville Bor.
1812 Millstone Bor.
1813 Montgomery Twp.
1814 North Plainfield Bor.
1815 Peapack-Gladstone Bor.
1816 Raritan Bor.
1817 Rocky Hill Bor.
1818 Somerville Bor.
1819 South Bound Brook Bor.
1820 Warren Twp.
1821 Watchung Bor.
SUSSEX COUNTY
1901 Andover Bor.
1902 Andover Twp.
1903 Branchville Bor.
1904 Byram Twp.
1905 Frankford Twp.
1906 Franklin Bor.
1907 Fredon Twp.
1908 Green Twp.
1909 Hamburg Bor.
1910 Hampton Twp.
1911 Hardystown Twp.
1912 Hopatcong Bor.
1913 Lafayette Twp.
1914 Montague Twp.
1915 Newton Town
1916 Ogdensburg Bor.
1917 Sandyston Twp.
1918 Sparta Twp.
1919 Stanhope Bor.
1920 Stillwater Twp.
1921 Sussex Bor.
1922 Vernon Twp.
1923 Walpack Twp.
1924 Wantage Twp.
UNION COUNTY
2001 Berkleley Heights Twp.
2002 Clark Twp.
2003 Cranford Twp.
2004 Elizabeth City
2005 Fanwood Bor.
2006 Garwood Bor.
2007 Hillside Twp.
2008 Kenilworth Bor.
2009 Linden City
2010 Mountainside Bor.
2011 New Providence Bor.
2012 Plainfield City
2013 Rahway City
2014 Roselle Bor.
2015 Roselle Park Bor.
2016 Scotch Plains
2017 Springfield Twp.
2018 Summit City
2019 Union Twp.
2020 Westfield Town
2021 Winfield Twp.
WARREN COUNTY
2101 Allamuchy Twp.
2102 Alpha Bor.
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TABLE C - NAICS CODES
Enter the Appropriate Six-Digit Number in the Boxes Provided on Page 17, Item O.
Accommodation, Food Service, &
Drinking Places:
Accommodation
721310 Rooming & boarding houses
721210 RV (recreational vehicle) parks
& recreational camps
721100 Travel accommodation
(including hotels, motels, & bed &
breakfast inns)
Food Services & Drinking Places
722410 Drinking places (alcoholic
beverages)
722110 Full-service restaurants
722210 Limited-service eating places
722300 Special food services (including
food service contractors & caterers)
Administrative & Support and Waste
Management & Remediation Services:
Administrative & Support Services
561430 Business service centers
561740 Carpet & upholstery cleaning
services
561440 Collection agencies
561450 Credit bureaus
561410 Document preparation services
561300 Employment services
561710 Exterminating & pest control
services
561210 Facilities support (management)
services
561600 Investigation & security services
561720 Janitorial services
561730 Landscaping services
561110 Office administrative services
561420 Telephone call centers
(including telephone answering services
& telemarketing bureaus)
561500 Travel arrangement &
reservation services
561490 Other business support services
(including repossession services, court
reporting, & stenotype services)
561790 Other services to buildings &
dwellings
561900 Other support services
(including packaging & labeling services,
& convention & trade show organizers)
Waste Management & Remediation
Services
562000 Waste management &
remediation services
Agriculture, Forestry, Hunting &
Fishing
112900 Animal production (including
breeding of cats and dogs)
114110 Fishing
113000 Forestry & logging (including
forest nurseries & timber tracts)
114210 Hunting & trapping
Support Activities for Agriculture &
Forestry
115210 Support activities for animal
production (including furriers)
115110 Support activities for crop
production (including cotton ginning, soil
preparation, planting & cultivating)
115310 Support activities for forestry
Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation:
Amusement, Gambling, & Recreation
Industries
713100 Amusement parks & arcades
713200 Gambling industries
713900 Other amusement & recreation
services (including golf courses, skiing
facilities, marinas, fitness centers,
bowling centers, skating rinks, miniature
golf courses)
Museums, Historical Sites, & Similar
Institutions
712100 Museums, historical sites, &
similar institutions
621210 Offices of dentists
621330 Offices of mental health
practitioners (except physicians)
621320 Offices of optometrists
621340 Offices of physical, occupational
& speech therapists, & audiologists
621111 Offices of physicians (except
mental health specialists)
621112 Offices of physicians, mental
health specialists
621391 Offices of podiatrists
621399 Offices of all other
miscellaneous health practitioners
621400 Outpatient care centers
621900 Other ambulatory health care
services (including ambulance services,
blood, & organ banks)
Performing Arts, Spectator Sports, &
Related Industries
711410 Agents & managers for artists,
athletes, entertainers, & other public
figures
711510 Independent artists, writers, &
performers
711100 Performing arts companies
711300 Promoters of performing arts,
sports, & similar events
711210 Spectator sports (including
professional sports clubs & racetrack
operations)
Construction
233110 Land subdivision & land
development
233300 Nonresidential building
construction
233200 Residential building construction
Heavy Construction
234100 Highway, street, bridge, & tunnel
construction
234900 Other heavy construction
Special Trade Contractors
235500 Carpentry & floor contractors
235710 Concrete contractors
235310 Electrical contractors
235400 Masonry, drywall, insulation, &
tile contractors
235210 Painting & wall covering
contractors
235110 Plumbing, heating, &
air-conditioning contractors
235610 Roofing, siding & sheet metal
contractors
235810 Water well drilling contractors
235900 Other special trade contractors
Nursing & Residential Care Facilities
623000 Nursing & residential care
facilities
Social Assistance
624410 Child day care services
624200 Community food & housing, &
emergency & other relief services
624100 Individual & family services
624310 Vocational rehabilitation
services
Information
511000 Publishing industries
Broadcasting & Telecommunications
513000 Broadcasting &
telecommunications
Information Services & Data
Processing Services
514210 Data processing services
514100 Information services (including
news syndicates, libraries, & on-line
information services)
Educational Services
611000 Educational services (including
schools, colleges, & universities)
Motion Picture & Sound Recording
512100 Motion picture & video
Industries (except video rental)
512200 Sound recording industries
Finance & Insurance:
Credit Intermediation & Related
Activities
522100 Depository credit intermediation
(including commercial banking, savings
institutions, & credit unions)
522200 Nondepository credit
intermediation (including sales financing
& consumer lending)
522300 Activities related to credit
intermediation (including loan
brokers)
Insurance Agents, Brokers, & Related
Activities
524210 Insurance agencies & brokers
524290 Other insurance related
activities
Securities, Commodity Contracts, &
Other Financial Investments & Related
Activities
523140 Commodity contracts brokers
523130 Commodity contracts dealers
523110 Investment bankers & securities
dealers
523210 Securities & commodity
exchanges
523120 Securities brokers
523900 Other financial investment
activities (including investment advice)
Ambulatory Health Care Services
621610 Home health care services
621510 Medical & diagnostic
laboratories
621310 Offices of chiropractors
Hospitals
622000 Hospitals
Manufacturing
315000 Apparel mfg.
312000 Beverage & tobacco product
mfg.
334000 Computer & electronic product
mfg.
335000 Electrical equipment, appliance,
& component mfg.
332000 Fabricated metal product mfg.
337000 Furniture & related product mfg.
333000 Machinery mfg.
339110 Medical equipment & supplies
mfg.
322000 Paper mfg.
324100 Petroleum & coal products mfg.
326000 Plastics & rubber products mfg.
331000 Primary metal mfg.
323100 Printing & related support
activities
313000 Textile mills
314000 Textile product mills
336000 Transportation equipment mfg.
321000 Wood product mfg.
339900 Other miscellaneous mfg.
Chemical Manufacturing
325100 Basic chemical mfg.
325500 Paint, coating, & adhesive mfg.
325300 Pesticide, fertilizer, & other
agricultural chemical mfg.
325410 Pharmaceutical & medicine mfg.
325200 Resin, synthetic rubber, &
artificial & synthetic fibers & filaments
mfg.
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325600 Soap, cleaning compound, &
toilet preparation mfg.
325900 Other chemical product &
preparation mfg.
Food Manufacturing
311110 Animal food mfg.
311800 Bakeries & tortilla mfg.
311500 Dairy product mfg.
311400 Fruit & vegetable preserving &
specialty food mfg.
311200 Grain & oilseed milling
311610 Animal slaughtering &
processing
311710 Seafood product preparation &
packaging
311300 Sugar & confectionery product
mfg.
311900 Other food mfg. (including
coffee, tea, flavorings, & seasonings)
Leather & Allied Product
Manufacturing
316210 Footwear mfg. (including leather,
rubber, & plastics)
316110 Leather & hide tanning &
finishing
316990 Other leather & allied product
mfg.
Nonmetallic Mineral Product
Manufacturing
327300 Cement & concrete product mfg.
327100 Clay product & refractory mfg.
327210 Glass & glass product mfg.
327400 Lime & gypsum product mfg.
327900 Other nonmetallic mineral
product mfg.
Mining
212110 Coal mining
212200 Metal ore mining
212300 Nonmetallic mineral mining &
quarrying
211110 Oil & gas extraction
213110 Support activities for mining
Other Services:
Personal & Laundry Services
812111 Barber shops
812112 Beauty salons
812220 Cemeteries & crematories
812310 Coin-operated laundries &
drycleaners
812320 Drycleaning & laundry services
(except coin-operated) (including laundry
& drycleaning drop off & pickup sites)
812210 funeral homes & funeral
services
812330 Linen & uniform supply
812113 Nail salons
812930 Parking lots & garages
812910 Pet care (except veterinary)
services
812920 Photofinishing
812190 Other personal care services
(including diet & weight reducing centers)
812990 All other personal services
Repair & Maintenance
811120 Automotive body, paint, interior,
& glass repair
811110 Automotive mechanical &
electrical repair & maintenance
811310 Commercial & industrial
machinery & equipment (except
automotive & electronic) repair &
maintenance
811210 Electronic & precision
equipment repair & maintenance
811430 Footwear & Leather goods
repair
811410 Home & garden equipment &
appliance repair & maintenance
811420 Reupholstery & furniture repair
TABLE C - NAICS CODES
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811190 Other automotive repair &
maintenance (including oil change &
lubrication shops & car washes)
811490 Other personal & household
goods repair & maintenance
444110 Home centers
444200 Lawn & garden equipment &
supplies stores
444120 Paint & wallpaper stores
444190 Other building materials dealers
Professional, Scientific, & Technical
Services
541100 Legal services
541211 Office of certified public
accountants
541214 Payroll services
541213 Tax preparation services
541219 Other accounting services
Clothing & Accessories Stores
448130 Children’s & Infant’s clothing
stores
448150 Clothing accessories stores
448140 Family clothing stores
448310 Jewelry stores
448320 Luggage & leather goods stores
448110 Men’s clothing stores
448210 Shoe stores
448120 Women’s clothing stores
448190 Other clothing stores
Architectural, Engineering, & Related
Services
541310 Architectural services
541350 Building inspection services
541340 Drafting services
541330 Engineering services
541360 Geophysical surveying&
mapping services
541320 Landscape architecture services
541370 Surveying & mapping (except
geophysical) services
541380 Testing laboratories
Computer Systems Design & Related
Services
541510 Computer systems design &
related services
Specialized Design Services
541400 Specialized design services
(including interior, industrial, graphic, &
fashion design)
Other Professional, Scientific, &
Technical Services
541800 Advertising & related services
541600 Management, scientific, &
technical consulting services
541910 Market research & public
opinion polling
541920 Photographic services
541700 Scientific research &
development services
541930 Translation & interpretation
services
541940 Veterinary services
541990 All other professional, scientific,
& technical services
Real Estate & Rental & Leasing:
Real Estate
531100 Lessors of real estate (including
miniwarehouses & self-storage units)
531210 Offices of real estate agents &
brokers
531320 Offices of real estate appraisers
531310 Real estate property managers
531390 Other activities related to real
estate
Rental & Leasing Services
532100 Automotive equipment rental &
leasing
532400 Commercial & industrial
machinery & equipment rental & leasing
532210 Consumer electronics &
appliances rental
532220 Formal wear & costume rental
532310 General rental centers
532230 Video tape & disc rental
532290 Other consumer goods rental
Religious, Grantmaking, Civic,
Professional, & Similar Organizations
813000 Religious, grantmaking, civic,
professional, & similar organizations
Retail Trade:
Building Material & Garden Equipment
& Supplies Dealers
444130 Hardware stores
Electronic & Appliance Stores
443130 Camera & photographic
supplies stores
443120 Computer & software stores
443111 Household appliance stores
443112 Radio, television, & other
electronics stores
Nonstore Retailers
454110 Electronic shopping & mail-order
houses
454310 Fuel dealers
454210 Vending machine operators
454390 Other direct selling
establishments (including door-to-door
retailing, frozen food plan providers,
party plan merchandisers, & coffee-break
service providers)
Transportation & Warehousing
481000 Air transportation
485510 Charter bus industry
484110 General freight trucking, local
484120 General Freight trucking, longdistance
485210 Interurban & rural bus
transportation
486000 Pipeline transportation
482110 Rail transportation
487000 Scenic & sightseeing
transportation
485410 School & employee bus
transportation
484200 Specialized freight trucking
(including household moving vans)
485300 Taxi & limousine service
485110 Urban transit systems
483000 Water transportation
485990 Other transit & ground
passenger transportation
488000 Support activities for
transportation (including motor vehicle
towing)
Food & Beverage Stores
445310 Beer, wine, & liquor stores
445220 Fish & seafood markets
445230 Fruit & vegetable markets
445100 Grocery stores (including
supermarkets & convenience stores
without gas)
445210 Meat markets
445290 Other specialty food stores
Furniture & Home Furnishing Stores
442110 Furniture stores
442200 Home furnishings stores
Gasoline Stations
447100 Gasoline stations (including
convenience stores with gas)
General Merchandise Stores
452000 General merchandise stores
Couriers & Messengers
492000 Couriers & messengers
Health & Personal Care Stores
446120 Cosmetics, beauty supplies, &
perfume stores
446130 Optical goods stores
446110 Pharmacies & drug stores
446190 Other health & personal care
stores
Warehousing & Storage Facilities
493100 Warehousing & storage (except
lessors of miniwarehouses & self-storage
units)
Utilities
221000 Utilities
Motor Vehicle & Parts Dealers
441300 Automotive parts, accessories,
& tire stores
441222 Boat dealers
441221 Motorcycle dealers
441110 New car dealers
441210 Recreational vehicle dealers
(including motor home & travel trailer
dealers)
441120 Used car dealers
441229 All other motor vehicle dealers
Wholesale Trade:
Sporting Goods, Hobby, Book, &
Music Stores
451211 Book stores
451120 Hobby, toy, & game stores
451140 Musical instrument & supplies
stores
451212 News dealers & newsstands
451220 Prerecorded tape, compact disc,
& record stores
451130 Sewing, needlework, & piece
goods stores
451110 Sporting goods stores
Miscellaneous Store Retailers
453920 Art dealers
453110 Florists
453220 Gift, novelty, & souvenir stores
453930 Manufactured (mobile) home
dealers
453210 Office supplies & stationery
stores
453910 Pet & pet supplies stores
453310 Used merchandise stores
453990 All other miscellaneous store
retailers (including tobacco, candle, &
trophy shops)
Wholesale Trade, Durable Goods
421600 Electrical goods
421200 Furniture & home furnishing
421700 Hardware, & plumbing & heating
equipment & supplies
421940 Jewelry, watch, precious stone,
& precious metals
421300 Lumber & other construction
materials
421800 Machinery, equipment, &
supplies
421500 Metal & mineral (except
petroleum)
421100 Motor vehicle & motor vehicle
parts & supplies
421400 Professional & commercial
equipment & supplies
421930 Recyclable materials
421910 Sporting & recreational goods &
supplies
421920 Toy & hobby goods & supplies
421990 Other miscellaneous durable
goods
Wholesale Trade, Nondurable Goods
422300 Apparel, piece goods, & notions
422800 Beer, wine, & distilled alcoholic
beverage
422920 Books, periodicals,&newspapers
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422600
422210
422500
422910
422930
422400
422950
422100
422700
422940
422990
Chemical & allied products
Drugs & druggists’ sundries
Farm product raw materials
Farm supplies
Flower, nursery stock, & florists’
supplies
Grocery & related products
Paint, varnish, & supplies
Paper & paper products
Petroleum & petroleum products
Tobacco & tobacco products
Other miscellaneous nondurable
goods
999999 Unclassified establishments
(unable to classify)
STATE OF NEW JERSEY
DIVISION OF REVENUE
NJ-REG
MAIL TO:
CLIENT REGISTRATION
PO BOX 252
TRENTON, NJ 08646-0252
BUSINESS REGISTRATION APPLICATION
(8-05)
Please read instructions carefully before filling out this form
ALL SECTIONS MUST BE FULLY COMPLETED
* NO FEE REQUIRED *
OVERNIGHT DELIVERY:
CLIENT REGISTRATION
847 ROEBLING AVENUE
TRENTON, NJ 08611
REGISTRATION DETAIL
A. Please indicate the reason for your filing this application (Check only one box)
¨ Original application for a new business
¨ Application for a new location of an existing registered business
¨ Amended application for an existing business
¨ Moved previously registered business to new location (REG-C-L can be used in lieu of NJ-REG)
¨ Applying for a Business Registration Certificate
FAX:
(609) 292-4291
Name and NJ Registration Number of your existing business:______________________________________________________________________
B. FEIN #
OR Soc. Sec. # of Owner
¨ Check Box if “Applied for”
C. Name __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
(If INCORPORATED - give Corp. Name; IF NOT - give Last Name; First Name, MI of Owner, Partners)
D. Trade Name _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
E. Business Location:
F. Mailing Name and Address:
(Do not use P.O. Box for Location Address)
(if different from business address)
Name_____________________________________________
Street _____________________________________
Street_____________________________________________
City __________________________________ State
City________________________________ State
Zip Code
Zip Code
(Give 9-digit Zip)
(See instructions for providing alternate addresses)
(Give 9-digit Zip)
G. Beginning date for this business:
____________ / __________ / __________ (see instructions)
month
H. Type of ownership (check one):
¨ NJ Corporation
¨ Sole Proprietor
¨ Limited Partnership ¨ LLC (1065 Filer)
day
¨ Partnership
¨ LLC (1120 Filer)
¨ Out-of-State Corporation ¨ LLP
¨ Other______________
¨ LLC (Single Member)
¨ S Corporation (You must complete page 41)
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
I. New Jersey Business Code
(see instructions)
J. County / Municipality Code
(see instructions) K. County __________________
( New Jersey only )
¨ No
L. Will this business be open all year?
¨ Yes
O/C ___
year
DLN __________________________
CORP # _______________________
BUSINESS DETAIL
If NO - Circle months business will be open:
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEPT
OCT NOV DEC
M. IF A CORPORATION, complete the following:
Date of Incorporation: __________ / ________ / __________
month
day
State of Incorporation
Fiscal month
year
Is this a Subsidiary of another corporation? ¨ YES ¨ NO
NJ Business/Corp. #
If YES, give name and Federal ID# of parent: __________________________________________________________________________________
N. Standard Industrial Code
(If known)
O. NAICS
(If known)
P. Provide the following information for the owner, partners or responsible corporate officers. (If more space is needed, attach rider)
NAME
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER
TITLE
OWNERSHIP DETAIL
(Last Name, First, MI)
BE SURE TO COMPLETE NEXT PAGE
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HOME ADDRESS
(Street, City, State, Zip)
PERCENT OF
OWNERSHIP
NJ-REG
FEIN#: ______________________________ NAME: ___________________________________
Each Question Must Be Answered Completely
1. a. Have you or will you be paying wages, salaries or commissions to employees working in New Jersey within the next 6 months? . . . . . . . . . ¨ Yes
Give date of first wage or salary payment:
¨ No
__________ / __________ / __________
Month
Day
Year
If you answered “No” to question 1.a., please be aware that if you begin paying wages you are required to notify the Client Registration Bureau
at PO Box 252, Trenton NJ 08646-0252, or phone (609)-292-1730.
b. Give date of hiring first NJ employee:
__________ / __________ / __________
Month
Day
Year
c. Date cumulative gross payroll exceeds $1,000
__________ / __________ / __________
Month
Day
Year
d. Will you be paying wages, salaries or commissions to New Jersey residents working outside New Jersey? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
¨ Yes
¨ No
e. Will you be the payer of pension or annuity income to New Jersey residents? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
¨ Yes
¨ No
¨ Yes
¨ No
¨ Yes
¨ No
2. Did you acquire ¨ Substantially all the assets; ¨ Trade or business; ¨ Employees; of any previous employing units? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ¨ Yes
If answer is “No”, go to question 4.
If answer is “Yes”, indicate by a check whether ¨ in whole or ¨ in part, and list business name, address and registration number of predecessor
or acquired unit and the date business was acquired by you. (If more than one, list separately. Continue on separate sheet if necessary.)
¨ No
f.
Will you be holding legalized games of chance in New Jersey (as defined in Chapter 47 Rules of Legalized Games of Chance) where
proceeds from any one prize exceed $1,000? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
g. Is this business a PEO (Employee Leasing Company)?
(If yes, see page 6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Name of Acquired Unit ___________________________________ ________________________________
N.J. Employer ID
______________________________________________________
Address _______________________________________________ _______________________________
Date Acquired
______________________________________________________
PERCENTAGE
ACQUIRED
ACQUIRED
¨ Assets
¨ Trade or Business
¨ Employees
_________________%
_________________%
_________________%
3. Subject to certain regulations, the law provides for the transfer of the predecessor’s employment experience to a successor where the whole of a business is acquired
from a subject predecessor employer, unless the successor protests within four months from date of acquisition.
The transfer of the employment experience is required by law if the predecessor and successor units are owned or controlled by each other or by the same interests.
Are the predecessor and successor units owned or controlled by the same interests? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ¨ Yes
¨ No
Do you protest the transfer of the employment experience which may affect your contribution rate? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
¨ Yes
¨ No
4. Is your employment agricultural? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
¨ Yes
¨ No
5. Is your employment household? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
¨ Yes
¨ No
a. If yes, please indicate the date in the calendar quarter in which gross cash wages totaled $1,000 or more__________ / __________ / __________
Month
Day
Year
6. Are you a 501(c)(3) organization? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
¨ Yes
¨ No
7. Were you subject to the Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA) in the current or preceding calendar year? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
¨ Yes
¨ No
¨ Yes
¨ No
(See instruction sheet for explanation of FUTA) If “Yes”, indicate year: _______________________________________________
8. a. Does this employing unit claim exemption from liability for contributions under the Unemployment Compensation Law of New Jersey? . . . .
If “Yes,” please state reason. (Use additional sheets if necessary.) _____________________________________________________________________________
b. If exemption from the mandatory provisions of the Unemployment Compensation Law of New Jersey is claimed, does this employing unit
wish to voluntarily elect to become subject to its provisions for a period of not less than two complete calendar years? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9. Type of business
¨ 1. Manufacturer
¨ 2. Service
¨ 3. Wholesale
¨ 4. Construction
¨ 5. Retail
¨ 6. Government
¨ Yes
¨ No
Principal product or service in New Jersey only________________________________________________________________________________________________
Type of Activity in New Jersey only__________________________________________________________________________________________________________
10. List below each place of business and each class of industry in New Jersey, even though you may have only one place of business or
engage in only one class of industry.
a. Do you have more than one employing facility in New Jersey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NJ WORK LOCATIONS (Physical location, not mailing address)
Street Address, City, Zip Code
NATURE OF BUSINESS (See Instructions)
NAICS
Code
County
(Continue on separate sheet, if necessary)
BE SURE TO COMPLETE NEXT PAGE
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Principal Product or Service
Complete Description
%
¨ Yes
¨ No
No. of Workers at
Each Location
and/in Each Class
of Industry
FEIN: ______________________________
NAME: _______________________________________
NJ-REG
Each Question Must Be Answered Completely
11. a. Will you collect New Jersey Sales Tax and/or pay Use Tax? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GIVE EXACT DATE YOU EXPECT TO MAKE FIRST SALE ___________/__________/__________
Month
Day
Year
b. Will you need to make exempt purchases for your inventory or to produce your product? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
¨ Yes
¨ No
¨ Yes
¨ No
¨ Atlantic City
¨ Salem County
¨ North Wildwood ¨ Wildwood Crest ¨ Wildwood
d. Do you have more than one location in New Jersey that collects New Jersey Sales Tax? (If yes, see instructions) . . . . . .
¨ Yes
¨ No
e. Do you, in the regular course of business, sell, store, deliver or transport natural gas or electricity to users or customers
in this state whether by mains, lines or pipes located within this State or by any other means of delivery? . . . . . . . . . . . . .
¨ Yes
¨ No
12. Do you intend to sell cigarettes? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Note: If yes, complete the REG-L form on page 45 in this booklet and return with your completed NJ-REG.
To obtain a cigarette retail or vending machine license complete the form CM-100 on page 47.
13. a. Are you a distributor or wholesaler of tobacco products other than cigarettes? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
¨ Yes
¨ No
¨ Yes
¨ No
b. Do you purchase tobacco products other than cigarettes from outside the State of New Jersey? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
¨ Yes
¨ No
14. Are you a manufacturer, wholesaler, distributor or retailer of “litter-generating products”? See instructions for retailer . . . . . .
liability and definition of litter-generating products.
15. Are you an owner or operator of a sanitary landfill facility in New Jersey? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IF YES, indicate D.E.P. Facility # and type (See instructions) _____________________________________
16. a. Do you operate a facility that has the total combined capacity to store 200,000 gallons or more of petroleum products? . .
¨ Yes
¨ No
¨ Yes
¨ No
¨ Yes
¨ No
¨ Yes
¨ No
c. Do you store petroleum products or hazardous chemicals at a public storage terminal? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Name of terminal ___________________________________________________________________________
¨ Yes
¨ No
17. a. Will you be involved with the sale or transport of motor fuels and/or petroleum? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Note: If yes, complete the REG-L form in this booklet and return with your completed NJ-REG.
To obtain a motor fuels retail or transport license complete and return the CM-100 in this booklet.
¨ Yes
¨ No
¨ Yes
¨ No
¨ Yes
¨ No
¨ Yes
¨ No
¨ Yes
¨ No
Is your business a hotel, motel, bed & breakfast or similar facility and located in the State of New Jersey? . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Do you hold a permit or license, issued by the New Jersey Department of Transportation, to erect and maintain
an outdoor advertising sign or to engage in the business of outdoor advertising? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
¨ Yes
¨ No
¨ Yes
¨ No
Do you make retail sales of new motor vehicle tires, or sell or lease motor vehicles? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
¨ Yes
¨ No
Do you provide "cosmetic medical procedures" or goods or occupancies directly associated with such procedures? . . . . . . .
(See description of Cosmetic Procedures Gross Receipts Tax in the list of Taxes of the State of New Jersey.)
Type of Business___________________________________________________
24. Do you sell voice grade access telecommunications or mobile telecommunications to a customer with a primary
place of use in this State? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
¨ Yes
¨ No
¨ Yes
¨ No
c. Is your business located in (check applicable box(es)):
b. Do you operate a facility that has the total combined capacity to store 20,000 gallons
(equals 167,043 pounds) of hazardous chemicals? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
b. Will your company be engaged in the refining and/or distributing of petroleum products for distribution in this State or
the importing of petroleum products into New Jersey for consumption in New Jersey? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
c. Will your business activity require you to issue a Direct Payment Permit in lieu of payment of the Petroleum Products
Gross Receipts Tax on your purchases of petroleum products? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18. Will you be providing goods and services as a direct contractor or subcontractor to the state, other public agencies
including local governments, colleges and universities and school boards, or to casino licensees? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
19. Will you be engaged in the business of renting motor vehicles for the transportation of persons
or non-commercial freight? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
20.
21.
22.
23.
25.
Contact Information:
Daytime Phone: (
Person ___________________________________________________ Title: _______________________________
) ________ - ________________ Ext._______
E-mail address: ______________________________________
Signature of Owner, Partner or Officer: _________________________________________________________________________________
Title ____________________________________________________________________________ Date: _________________________
- NO FEE REQUIRED TO FILE THIS FORM IF YOU ARE A SOLE PROPRIETOR OR A PARTNERSHIP WITHOUT EMPLOYEES - STOP HERE IF YOU HAVE EMPLOYEES PROCEED TO THE STATE OF NJ NEW HIRE REPORTING FORM ON PAGE 29
IF YOU ARE FORMING A CORPORATION, LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, OR A LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIP YOU
MUST CONTINUE ANSWERING APPLICABLE QUESTIONS ON PAGES 23 AND 24
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