Treasury cautions some state taxes, like sales tax, are counted with one-month lag, while massive unemployment filings didn’t start until late in March
Governor joins seven-state group to plan coordinated resumption of normal activities across Northeast, cautions that ‘an economic recovery only occurs on the back of a ...
But only the state, rather than cities or counties in New Jersey, will be eligible because of the emergency measure’s population criteria
New Jersey has yet to follow other states by disclosing an estimate of revenue losses
Is Jersey City’s Buyout Offer to Hundreds of Employees A Sign of What’s to Come for Other Municipalities?
As COVID-19 lockdown continues, and with relief from federal CARES Act yet to arrive, NJ municipalities are facing fiscal emergency and tough choices
Even as bonded debt dipped to $44.4 billion by end of fiscal 2019, New Jersey has taken on $2.175 billion in new borrowing thus far ...
Credit-ratings agencies will be looking closely at how New Jersey proceeds
NJ was last state that levies an income tax to announce extension of its filing deadline; uncertainty over COVID-19’s long-term impact, federal aid, FY2021 spending ...
Governor has said it will not be April 15, but there’s been no real guidance beyond that, even as feds reset deadline for mid-July
Governor says delay is due to ‘a number of moving parts,’ such as how state will pay its own bills, amount of federal support