EDISON—Township taxpayers are now just a click away from making property tax payments. Edison has unveiled online property tax payments via the township web site www.EdisonNJ.org.
“This is a major step forward in streamlining and modernizing our government while providing better services. In our increasingly busy world, this should become a great convenience for our residents,” said Mayor Jun Choi.
Online payments provide the convenience of bill paying from a home or personal computer at a time that is convenient. Residents can find the tax-payment logo on the upper right side of the township web site’s front page.
A video tutorial is being broadcast on EdisonTV – public access channel 15 – for those interested in this service, but unfamiliar with the internet.
The township is providing this service through a program called JPMorgan Chase Bank Connexion. The system uses the highest level of security available.
Payments made online will be credited the next business day. There is a $1 fee for payments that come directly from one’s bank account. The convenience fee for using a credit card is 2.39 percent of the bill.
This system will be ready to accept online payment of the sewer utility bills in April.
While this system is an added convenience, residents can continue to pay property taxes through regular postal mail or by visiting town hall.
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