Category: Taxes

If a recession does happen? Phil Murphy’s New Jersey is screwed.

By Matt Rooney _ Is the United States talking itself into a recession? Maybe. What is clear: if one happens in the next six months to two years, Save Jerseyans, the State of New Jersey is screwed. – We’ve written Read More

Another Corporate HQ Is Bolting Phil Murphy’s N.J. For Georgia

HOBOKEN, N.J. – Newell Brands is leaving Hoboken, New Jersey. “The company announced its decision to move its corporate headquarters to Atlanta, Georgia, in order to facilitate a stronger connection between senior leaders and the operations of the business, and Read More

A month has passed, and a bill to help Jersey Shore rentals is (still) sitting on Murphy’s desk

TRENTON, N.J. – Phil Murphy isn’t backing down on his support for a short-term rental tax that’s hurting Jersey Shore rentals this summer. At least not yet. On June 27th, the Governor received legislation (S-3158/A-4814) to exempt homeowners in all Read More

Christie suspended MVC online convenience fees. Murphy’s crew just brought them back.

TRENTON, N.J. – Chris Christie took decisive action to reform New Jersey’s notorious Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC, formally the “DMV”). One capital idea? Suspending online renewal fees effective October 2016 to help shorten lines at MVC locations. The suspension is Read More

Port Authority will consider new airport fee, higher tolls at Thursday meeting

NEW YORK, NY – Get ready to pay even more to cross the bridge into New York City. On Thursday, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey board of commissioners will consider a $4.8 billion spending increase over Read More