The property tax burden needs to be reduced but not by simplistic solutions that concentrate on one part of the problem.
We need basic changes in the way government operates if NJ is to deal with its fiscal problems and realize stronger economic growth.
‘Tax cuts’ seem like a solution, but neither the Republicans nor the Democrats have a workable plan in place.
Reducing state income taxes will help small businesses, but ending double-taxation of income would lift a much larger burden.
Controlling wages helps businesses grow, but without wage increases consumer demand cannot increase.