Still, latest Treasury data suggests state revenues have not taken as big a hit during pandemic as Murphy administration had feared
Senate President: ‘I’m telling you right now, I’m not doing (increased) taxes or fees until (there’s) reform’
As governor highlights his economic approach, concerns about how New Jersey businesses will rebound from pandemic
Governor says focus now is on a major vaccination effort, help residents see ‘light on the horizon get a little brighter’
Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law on Thursday a massive, $14 billion corporate tax-break bill that he said will help foster a stronger state economic ...
Gov. Phil Murphy and the Legislature face a mix of old and new fiscal problems in the coming weeks
GOP Sen. Declan O’Scanlon wants to suspend the increase because businesses are struggling in the pandemic
The economic fallout is expected to affect tax collections and broader state economy well into 2021
Gov. Phil Murphy supports the plan. Advocates are railing against the speed lawmakers took to push the overhaul into law
Up to $1.5 billion in tax breaks — annually — over six years. Potential for another $2.5 billion
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