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Rich to Get Richer: Jersey’s ‘Britney Bill’ Moves One Step Closer to Passing
Oct 6, 2015

In another case at the intersection of economics and politics, a measure dubbed the “Britney bill” is a step closer to becoming law.

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Policy Experts & Small Business Owners Set the Record Straight on the Estate and Inheritance Taxes
Sep 28, 2015 | No Comments

The argument to cut or eliminate New Jersey’s estate or inheritance taxes is built on four flawed foundations.

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Tax Break for ‘A-List’ Entertainers Latest Silly Idea to Come from the State House
Oct 5, 2015 | No Comments

If entertainers want to “do AC,” New Jersey should tax them and use the revenue for important resources to actually build the state economy, like good schools and efficient transportation networks.

Op-Ed: Swapping Estate Tax for Fuel Taxes: A Perfectly Terrible Idea
Oct 5, 2015 | No Comments

Fixing the state’s transportation mess is crucial, and it will cost money. But the price tag for safe roads, modern bridges and efficient trains shouldn’t be a big tax cut for a few, mostly wealthy, New Jerseyans.

Small Business Leaders: State Tax Subsidy Programs Aren’t Working For Us or For Our Local Economies
Oct 2, 2015 | No Comments

Unlike well-paid lobbyists, the leaders of groups representing small and independent businesses are none too pleased with state tax subsidy programs.

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