I need a NJ inheritance waive form - NJ 0-1. I do not know the NJ government website-----I am very new at this!! I also do not have a Secret Access Key
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You receive a NJ inheritance tax waiver after filing a tax return. There are four types of returns, and which one you need to file depends upon three factors:
1) The types of assets the decedent owned;
2) Who is inheriting the money (relationship to the decedent); and
3) How much money the decedent owned at the time of his/her death.
It would probably be best to hire an attorney or CPA who specializes in estate administration to assist you in this matter. If it is a small matter it should not take much time.
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Here is the link to the web site where you can get the form: http://www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/prntinh.shtml
Highlight it and copy it into your web browser.
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