2015: New Jersey (still) has nation’s worst property taxes

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog

In case you’d forgotten, my fellow long-suffering property taxpayers, the state of New Jersey (still) has highest effective rate in the Union at 2.38% according to the latest analysis conducted by the Tax Foundation thanks to decades of craptastic policy-making.

Read it and weep… I nearly did:

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14 thoughts on “2015: New Jersey (still) has nation’s worst property taxes

  1. New Hampshire won’t help Nj governor Christie please come home back to jersey for just a few days to order everyone back to Statehouse to get this done ! I support/ ed Governor Christie, I think he lost his brashness and nerve that we conservatives all enjoyed .
    This is why the softer side of Christie doesn’t work ! We are all Waiting for Christie’s big Nj COMEBACK headlines of lowering our property taxes that force procrastinating democrats to negotiate Christie need to enforce his executive order powers to get this work done CALLiNG ALL LEGISLATURE to NJ Nj STATE HO– USE TiILL NEGOTIATED !
    This will increase his like-ability as well ! And SWEENEY’ S own likability is ruined as he’s one sided for unions AND taxes !!! Nj people HATE both government parties now due to sky high property taxes !

  2. For once I would like to see NJ lead in some positive category
    The problem is we lead in property tax, we are 3rd In sales tax, we are top 10 in income tax
    Where is all that money going???? Yet people keep voting the same morons over and over

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