These NJ post offices will NOT be open to midnight for your tax returns

TRENTON — The digital age has displaced the tradition of the midnight dash to the post office on tax day.

There was a time that last-minute filers would come late on April 15 for a hand-stamped postmark to show they beat the midnight deadline.

Today, no New Jersey post office in South or Central Jersey will be open until midnight to hand stamp your return, according Daiutolo Sr. Procrastinators can file at self-serve facilities and get the April 15 postmark as long as their mail is in by the last collection time.

According to offices in Basking Ridge, Bayonne, Colonia, Edgewater, Lake Hiawatha, Linden, Little Falls, Main Avenue Station in Clifton, Maplewood, Metuchen, Monroe, Montclair, Newark’s main post office, Parlin, Somerville, Tenafly, Warren (Somerset County), West Orange, Woodbridge, and Woodcliff Station in North Bergen are all normally open until 7 p.m.

On April 15, mail early in the day at any Post Office, station, branch or collection box.

Stamped packages weighing more than 13 ounces must be presented in person to a Post Office clerk to comply with FAA regulations.

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