But key component – 3 percent annual hike in state’s revenues -- is uncertain, based on past decade’s average growth of under 1 percent
Constitutional amendments in committee would beef up Transportation Trust Fund, make required payments to state-employee pensions, and extend gambling across NJ
Christie, others deride ballot question, arguing that if passed it will lead to higher taxes, drastic cuts to other programs
While supporters contend lower rates in other states have hurt state’s boat industry, foes argue tax break benefits only the wealthy
Higher thresholds in neighboring states said to spur many older residents to leave New Jersey
NJ Spotlight submits OPRA request to get administration to release dollar-to-dollar comparisons that it refuses to publish on its website
Due to Christie administration’s budget juggling, credits scheduled to be applied to tax bills in May 2016 are for taxes homeowners paid way back in ...
Christie, Republicans suggest announcement of 'Investing In You' initiative is nothing more than a plan to increase taxes
Five percent hike bodes well for budget, but quirk in calendar, change in reporting method may skew numbers
Budgetary best practices, according to think tank, mean making multiyear projections for both anticipated tax revenues and spending
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