Category: Taxes

MacArthur votes to extend tax relief for South Jersey families, small businesses

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congressman Tom MacArthur (R, NJ-03) joined a majority of his colleagues on Friday by voting to make the recent historic federal tax cut package permanent for individual and small-businesses throughout the country including MacArthur’s South Jersey district. “Making Read More

PEAK JERSEY? State’s business tax climate is now worst in the USA

TRENTON, N.J. — The Tax Foundation delivered more grim news for the Garden State on Wednesday: New Jersey’s business tax clime is now ranked last-place in its new 2019 State Business Tax Climate Index. “Nobody should be shocked that raising business Read More

Back to the Chalkboard: A Look at School Funding & Property Taxes | Neibart

By Sarah Neibart _ As New Jersey students return to school, it is paramount that we continue the conversation on two of the biggest issues facing our State: the costs of education and property taxes. The two go hand-in-hand, and Read More

NJ-07: Lance accuses his Democrat challenger of being a “tax cheat”

TRENTON, NJ – The gloves are off in NJ-07. Leonard Lance hit his Democrat challenger Tom Malinowski, a former assistant secretary of state under Barack Obama, with a biting new cable TV ad on Monday accusing the Democrat of being a “tax cheat” Read More

Mikie Sherrill supports the gas tax hike bill… just not the hikes? | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ Politicians have been known to “evolve” or change their minds, Save Jerseyans, but some instances are a little more obvious (and nakedly opportunistic) than others. On rare occasions? After all of the flip-flopping, triangulating, mealy-mouthed back-tracking, Read More

Webber demands repeal of latest N.J. gas tax hike

WHIPPANY, N.J. – The Murphy Administration’s move to raise New Jersey’s gas tax by another 4.3 cents — meaning that the tax has now tripled since 2016 — is meeting widespread opposition among residents. Among those residents is Assemblyman Jay Webber Read More

As expected, IRS throws cold water on Phil Murphy’s SALT workaround scheme

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The IRS isn’t messing around with blue states trying to circumvent the new tax law. On Thursday, the federal government’s tax enforcement arm issued a long-expected missive explaining that the workarounds adopted by states like New Jersey to Read More