A New Jersey conservative group hopes to convince voters to reject a statewide ballot measure to dedicate existing tax revenues for open space and farmland preservation.
More than five years after the official end of the Great Recession, long-term unemployment remains at historically high levels in New Jersey, according to an Issue Brief released today by New Jersey Policy Perspective.
As a Senior Policy Analyst, Sheila will be focused on the state budget, tax policy and related economic issues, particularly as they relate to low- and moderate-income people.
Taxes are merely a small piece of a larger puzzle and aren’t close to being the main, let alone the whole, story.
Making full property tax data – including rebates – available is important. It’s a way in which research groups like ours, journalists and other interested parties can better understand how tax policies and budget choices on both the state and local level affect the property tax bills of families across the state.