Number of the Week: 537 Million

March 30th, 2012  |  by  |  Published in Budget and Tax Policy, NJPP Blog: As a Matter of Fact ...  |  1 Comment

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New Jersey’s Office of Legislative Services (OLS) is forecasting $537 million less in Fiscal Year 2013 revenue than the Christie administration, a difference that is just the latest salvo in the battle over the overly rosy revenue projections the governor is touting as proof that the state can afford his plan to cut income taxes by 10 percent across the board.


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  1. skip3house says:

    March 30th, 2012at 1:39 PM(#)

    That NJ income tax 10% cut is a crock….. Get higher NJ Income Tax on 2012, not 2013, ballot, and use $$$ to cut cruel property tax for all schools.

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