Reports

Fast Facts: Raising the Minimum Wage Would Boost New Jersey’s Working Men and Women

February 4th, 2016 by Jon Whiten | No Comments

Inadequate wage floor keeps many workers in poverty.


Nearly All of New Jersey’s Largest Employers Already Subject to ‘Combined Reporting’ in Other States

January 28th, 2016 by Sheila Reynertson | No Comments

Nearly All of New Jersey's Largest Employers Already Subject to 'Combined Reporting' in Other States

This important reform is so common in other states that nearly all of New Jersey’s largest employers already use it when filing state taxes elsewhere.


Eliminating New Jersey’s Estate Tax: Like Robin Hood in Reverse

January 19th, 2016 by Jon Whiten | No Comments

Eliminating New Jersey’s Estate Tax: Like Robin Hood in Reverse

Eliminating the estate tax would deprive New Jersey of resources needed to promote widespread prosperity while benefiting the state’s highest net-worth households the most.


Fast Facts: 2016 State of the Stats: What the Numbers Say About New Jersey’s True Condition

January 11th, 2016 by NJPP Staff | No Comments

The state’s economic recovery is one of the slowest in the country, leaving a shrinking middle class and creating undue hardship for the poorest New Jersey residents. And the facts are clear: From transportation to higher education and beyond, New Jersey is failing to invest in the assets that are proven to grow the economy and create broadly shared prosperity.


Fast Facts: New Jersey’s Average Home Values Are Well Below Estate Tax Threshold

December 2nd, 2015 by Sheila Reynertson | No Comments

Fast Facts: New Jersey’s Average Home Values Are Well Below Estate Tax Threshold

The claim that New Jersey’s estate tax affects anything close to most middle-class households isn’t borne out by the facts.


Fast Facts: Crucial Tax Credits for New Jersey Working Families at Risk if Congress Fails to Act

November 30th, 2015 by Jon Whiten | No Comments

Key provisions of two federal tax credits that help working families build economic security are at risk. This fall, Congress has the opportunity to save them.


Fast Facts: Allowing Undocumented Residents to Drive Legally Would Help New Jersey

November 5th, 2015 by Erika J. Nava | No Comments

Fast Facts: Allowing Undocumented Residents to Drive Legally Would Help New Jersey

Everyone in New Jersey would benefit from legislation that would ensure the state’s undocumented immigrants are tested, trained, licensed and insured drivers – and accountable for their driving records.


Fact Sheet: New Jersey Working Families Still Struggling

October 12th, 2015 by Brandon McKoy | No Comments

Fact Sheet: New Jersey Working Families Still Struggling

Poverty remains at record levels, incomes are down and New Jerseyans remain stretched thin as recovery lags.


Levied on Very Few, New Jersey’s Estate and Inheritance Taxes Support Colleges, Health Care & Other Services

September 28th, 2015 by Jon Whiten | No Comments

Levied on Very Few, New Jersey’s Estate and Inheritance Taxes Support Colleges, Health Care & Other Services

An effort by some lawmakers to eliminate or drastically cut taxes for a small number of New Jerseyans – a move that would deliver the greatest benefit to the state’s wealthiest households – threatens resources needed for public colleges, safe communities, health care and other important services.


Corporate Subsidy Overhaul Taking New Jersey Further Down a Dangerous Path

September 18th, 2015 by Jon Whiten | No Comments

Corporate Subsidy Overhaul Taking New Jersey Further Down a Dangerous Path

Because of legislative changes made in 2013, New Jersey’s surge in corporate tax subsidies has risen to unprecedented levels, further cramping New Jersey’s ability to invest in schools, transportation and other areas known to be greater drivers of job creation.






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