State of New Jersey
For Official Use Only
Claim No.
File this claim with:
Division of Taxation
Attn: Audit Claims Processing
PO Box 275
Trenton, NJ 08695-0275
PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE THE REQUESTED INFORMATION. (See instructions on reverse side.)
Federal Identification No. OR Social Security No.
Name of Taxpayer
Trade Name (if different from legal name)
Address (number and street)
City State Zip Code
1. A separate form must be completed for each tax. Check the one bo
x below that indicates the tax audited and paid, upon which
this claim is based
Corporation Business Tax
Estate Tax
Gross Income Tax
Petroleum Products Gross Receipts Tax
Sales and Use Tax
Tobacco & Nicotine Products Wholesale Sales & Use Tax
Transfer Inheritance Tax
Other _______________________________
2. Tax Period(s) included in this claim
3. Date of Audit Assessment
Submit a copy of the Audit Assessment Notice
4. Date of expiration of Protest/Appeal Period
5. Was a protest/appeal filed on this tax assessment? Yes No
If yes, you are not eligible to file a refund claim. Only taxpayers who have paid an assessed deficiency within one year after the
expiration of the period allowed for filing a protest, and who have NOT protested or appealed that assessment, may file a claim for
refund. N.J.S.A. 54:49-14.
6. Was the assessment paid in full including penalty and interest? Yes
Date of Payment . Submit a copy of the canceled check that paid the assessment. If the check also includes payments
for other taxes, submit a schedule listing the taxes, tax periods and dollar amounts totaling the check amount.
7. Was an abatement granted? Yes
If an abatement of penalty was granted taxpayer is NOT eligible to file A-1730. N.J.A.C. 18:2-5.5(c)1.ii
8. Amount of Refund Claim $
A detailed explanation of the Claim must be attached to this form with the supporting documents
to substantiate the claim. Issues are limited to those on the deficiency tax assessment and shall
not include any additional issues with respect to the original assessment of tax.
9. Appointment of Taxpayer Representative. Is an Appointment of Taxpayer Representative necessary?
No If yes, provide a copy of the Appointment of Taxpayer Representative with this claim form.
Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have examined this claim, including all accompanying schedules and statements, and to the best of my
knowledge and belief, it is true, correct and complete. Declaration of preparer is based on all information of which preparer has any knowledge.
Signature of Claimant/Preparer Date
If the preparer of this claim has been paid, indicate the firm’s name, address, the firm’s Federal EIN and the preparer’s Social Security Number,
Federal Identification Number or Federal Preparer Tax identification Number.
Firm’s Name Preparer’s SS# or Federal PTIN
Firm’s Address Preparer’s Federal EIN
Instructions for Form A-1730
1. This form only applies to tax periods that begin on or after January 1, 1999.
2. A taxpayer must file Form A-1730 to claim a refund of an additional tax assessment, which
was paid in full including penalty and interest within one year after the expiration of the period
allowed for filing a protest, but for which a protest or appeal was not filed. If an abatement of
penalty was granted, the taxpayer is NOT eligible to file A-1730.
3. The claim must clearly show in detail each position upon which the claim is based and
contain sufficient facts and documentation to substantiate the claim. A separate claim form
must be completed for each tax.
4. Include a copy of the canceled check used to pay the assessment that is the basis for this
claim. If an electronic funds transfer was used, submit a copy of the bank receipt.
5. If the payment included other tax periods for which a refund claim is not being made, attach
a schedule listing all taxes, tax periods and amounts included in the payment.
6. Whenever an agent on behalf of the taxpayer executes a claim, an Appointment of Taxpayer
Representative specifically authorizing such agent to act on behalf of the taxpayer must
accompany the claim for refund form.
7. Mail this claim for refund to: New Jersey Division of Taxation, Attn: Audit Claims Processing,
PO Box 275, Trenton, NJ 08695-0275.
8. Failure to complete all required lines on Form A-1730 or to attach proper documentation may
result in the claim being denied.
9. Form A-1730 will not be accepted for the following assessments that are not additional tax
assessments and therefore are not eligible for a refund under the provisions of N.J.S.A.
54:49-14b and N.J.A.C. 18:2-5.5(c)5.
1. Jeopardy Assessments
2. Delinquent Assessments
3. Estimated or Arbitrary Assessments
4. Penalty and Interest Assessments
5. Self Assessed Tax
6. Cost of Collection