Christie's rebate cuts result in 18.6 percent increase in net property taxes that hits those making under $150,000.
For second straight year, OLS budget expert projects lower revenues than Sidamon-Eristoff.
The rich get richer, fattening Treasury’s coffers, but how long will it last?
Borrowing for TTF under Christie will be at record high, pay-as-you-go financing at all-time low.
Governor banks on one-shots, property-tax rebate delay, Medicaid savings, and Internet gaming to bridge budget gap
Majority leader of Assembly, Democratic gubernatorial candidate have their say about proposed budget.
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Governor has to bet on high tax-growth in FY14 to bridge $3 billion structural deficit.
Even robust FY14 tax growth won’t be enough to cover pensions, revenue shortfalls, overreliance on one-shots, and other fiscal needs.
Expert: Reconstruction will boost economy, but won’t put a dent in state revenue shortfall.
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