Category: Taxes

Self-styled progressives have ‘created two New Jerseys’

By Matt Rooney _ I’m not overly familiar with Joshua Zeitz, Save Jerseyans; all the same, I don’t get the impression that the contributing editor at Politico Magazine and author of Building the Great Society: Inside LBJ’s White House is a raging Read More

NJ-11: Webber razzes Sherrill and her “crazy ideas” following Booker presser

WHIPPANY, N.J. — The Democrat nominee in NJ-11 is running against Trump’s tax cuts this fall, Save Jerseyans. Mikie Sherrill’s Republican opponent, Jay Webber, is embracing them. It’s a flash point of conflict in a critical New Jersey House race which, Read More

Quarterly Property Taxes Due For Most Of The State, But Some Areas Are Experiencing Delays

By Brian Thomas _ _ The Taxman Cometh? It is August 1st which typically means that property tax bills are due for the over 41% of New Jersey taxpayers who pay their bills quarterly throughout the year. However, numerous municipalities across the State are Read More

How much will Murphy personally stand to gain if his SALT lawsuit succeeds?

By Matt Rooney _ Rather than actually doing something to lower our property taxes? Or at least significantly curb their rate of increase, as Chris Christie accomplished? Phil Murphy is suing the federal government. It won’t succeed. And even if Read More