Office of the Municipal Tax Collector
The Tax Collector performs a wide range of duties including preparation and mailing of annual tax, refuse and sewer bills, posting and processing all tax payments, providing a variety of reports that reflect accurate collection and enforcing all State Statues regarding the collection of taxes.
Taxes are due on the 1st of February, May, August and November with a grace period extending to the 10th of each quarter. If the 10th falls on a weekend or legal holiday, you have until the next business day to make payment. Once the grace period has passed, interest will be charged back to the due date. The State of New Jersey does not allow the tax collector to acknowledge postmarks. Taxes must be received in the collector’s office on or before the 10th. Payments are posted on the day that they are received in our office.
The Finance Office is responsible for the receipt and disbursement of all municipal funds.
All revenues are recorded by the finance office and all purchases made by borough departments must first be approved by the finance office.
The Chief Finance Officer, works closely with all department heads to ensure compliance with fiscal and purchasing laws as set forth by the State of New Jersey Division of Local Government Services as well as the administration of each department’s respective budget. CFO assists the Mayor and Council in preparation of the annual budget.
In addition to revenue collection and purchasing, the Bound Brook Finance office is responsible for employee payroll and pension benefits.
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Tax Programs available:
Senior Citizens Annual Property Tax Deduction-Annual deduction of $250.00 from property taxes for homeowners age 65 or older or disabled who have been in their home since October 1st of the pretax year, and whose income is less than $10,000/year, after a permitted exclusion of one of the following:
- Social Security Benefits
- Federal Gov’t Retirement/Disability Pension State, County
- Municipal Government Pension
Veteran Deduction-Annual deduction of $250.00 from property taxes for qualified war veterans and their unmarried surviving spouses who have been in their home as of October 1st of the pretax year. Forms are available in the Tax Collector’s and Tax Assessor’s office.
Property Tax Relief Programs-Information about the Homestead Rebate or Property Tax Reimbursement (Tax Freeze) may be found on https://www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/relief.shtml or you can contact the Tax Office.
Finance Office Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Chief Finance Officer