Tag: Taxes

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

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

AWKWARD: Murphy celebrates exactly what Menendez wants us to hate about Bob Hugin

By Matt Rooney __ Bob Menendez is making his rival Bob Hugin’s tenure as CEO of Celgene, a biotechnology company that creates and sells cancer-fighting drugs (like Revlimid), the centerpiece of the disgraced Democrat incumbent’s reelection campaign. We can debate the Read More

Steve Sweeney borrows Kim Guadango’s “circuit breaker” idea

By Matt Rooney _ Is Steve Sweeney starting to support for Phil Murphy, Save Jerseyans? I think probably. It’s no secret that the Democrat Senate President and the Democrat Governor have openly butted heads over the past several months, but 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