H&R Block contradicts N.J. Democrats: state’s average tax liability drops 29%!

By Matt Rooney

We’ve told you so, Save Jerseyans, but I can understand why H&R Block is a little more authoritative when THEY point out how, contrary to Democrats’ fear-mongering tactics, most Americans (and New Jerseyans) wound up with SMALLER tax liability for 2018. 

From the The Journal News: “a study by H&R Block indicated that among the more than 10 million H&R Block customers who filed by March 31, the average tax liability nationwide was down 25 percent while refunds were up 1 percent. Block’s New Jersey customers showed the largest average decline nationwide in tax liability: 29 percent.”


We’d never steer you wrong!

Unlike Phil Murphy and Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D, NJ-05) who continue to blame the SALT cap for Trenton’s inability to control state and local taxation.