Is there a New Jersey e-filing mandate?
NJ Individual returns, and NJ trust and estate returns – E-File Mandate Information
Paid tax preparers who prepare 11 or more New Jersey individual gross income tax resident returns including those filed for trusts and estates during the tax year must use electronic methods to file those returns.
NJ 1065 Returns – Instructions for NJ – 1065
Paid tax practitioners who prepare returns for partnerships that are subject to the provisions of the Corporation Business Tax must file all partnership returns Form NJ-1065 by electronic means.
Payments of the partnership liabilities along with the submission of payment-related returns, such as the Partnership Return Voucher (Form Part-100) and the Partnership Tentative Return and Application for Extension of Time to File (Form Part 200-T), whether by the partners or by a paid tax practitioner on behalf of the partners must also be made electronically.
For more information, see the FAQs published by the NJ Treasury Department.