The City does not tax unearned income. Examples of unearned income are dividends, interest, capital gains (unless taxed as ordinary income), alimony received, state unemployment benefits, worker's compensation, social security, welfare assistance, most pension or retirement income, and clergy housing allowance.
Military pay is also not taxable.
Additionally, income earned by individuals under 16 is not taxable by the City until the day they reach age 16. If Trenton taxes have been withheld while you were under age 16, you may file for a refund of this amount of tax on income earned before your birthday. (Attach proof of age, such as a copy of your driver's license or birth certificate).