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NJ Familycare Adds More Than 100,000 Residents To Health Insurance Rolls
Apr 11, 2014

State’s decision to expand Medicaid under Obamacare appears to pay off as federal funds cover cost of new enrollees.

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Many Profitable Corporations Pay Little State Income Tax – Here’s How New Jersey Can Help Fix That
Apr 17, 2014 | No Comments

New Jersey’s policymakers should adopt two simple reforms that would make the corporate tax more sensible, transparent, and productive: first, establish a floor on corporate taxes paid below which a company would be ineligible for state tax incentives; and adopt “combined reporting” to prevent businesses from shifting profits out-of-state in efforts to reduce taxable profits.


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Many Profitable Corporations Pay Little State Income Tax – Here’s How New Jersey Can Help Fix That
Apr 17, 2014 | No Comments

New Jersey’s policymakers should adopt two simple reforms that would make the corporate tax more sensible, transparent, and productive: first, establish a floor on corporate taxes paid below which a company would be ineligible for state tax incentives; and adopt “combined reporting” to prevent businesses from shifting profits out-of-state in efforts to reduce taxable profits.


Even After Plugging $800 Million Budget Gap, New Jersey May Need to Do Even More to Balance This Year’s Spending Plan
Apr 17, 2014 | No Comments

Just two months after the administration plugged a current-year budget gap of nearly $800 million, New Jersey may now be facing an additional budget shortfall of up to $300 million.


Op-Ed: Low Taxes Don’t Build Strong Economies
Apr 16, 2014 | 1 Comment

In the lead-up to Tuesday’s tax filing deadline, there was the usual whirlwind of commentary and assertions, some of it factual, but much of it fictional. In New Jersey, most of the discourse invariably ends up focusing on the myth that the single biggest problem facing our state’s economy is high tax rates.



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