Will Sandy reconstruction offset impact of federal tax hikes on NJ economy?
The percentage of taxpayers with adjusted gross incomes of at least $200,000 in 2010. To see specific income statistics for any state, click on the ...
OLS: Sandy reconstruction, income tax surge will help, but not enough.
More than a year of prep work smoothes out potential rough patches in Princeton borough and township merger.
Budget expert: More revenue needed to meet pension, Medicaid, and infrastructure expenses.
Experts are more pessimistic about New Jersey competitiveness, prospects for future growth.
Federal aid, insurance payouts for reconstruction work could offset lost revenues.
One day after Standard & Poor’s lowered New Jersey’s fiscal outlook from stable to negative, the Christie administration confirmed the bad news. The latest revenue ...
In a hearing marked by testy exchanges, the state argues that municipalities must return $142 million in unspent funds.
Decision to trim Earned Income Tax Credit by 20 percent means a smaller safety net.
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