The bill instructs New Jersey’s Departments of the Treasury and Community Affairs to set up the regulatory framework. In participating towns, tax collectors will get guidelines for a system of ...
Sidamon-Eristoff warns that popular proposals, like the charitable deduction, are just "gimmicks" that won't work in the end.
Chris Christie pioneered the monthly call-in. It's Murphy's show now.
In just over three weeks since the inauguration, there are signs of tension between the newly installed governor and the long-established Senate president.
Chris Christie is a name that evokes a larger than life personality. As a corruption busting U.S. Attorney, he parlayed that into a run for governor in 2009. Since then he has dominated both the ...
A battalion of New Jersey Democrats, including Governor-elect Phil Murphy, voted to fight back against the GOP tax reform measure that capped state and local tax deductions at $10,000.
As resident of high-tax states rush to prepay their property taxes before the new year, the IRS issued an advisory saying prepayment may not be deductible.
While Republicans celebrated their "historic" tax bill, homeowners in high property tax states panicked and called their accountants.
There are a lot of changes in the newly-signed tax bill. How does it affect your financial health?
Rep. Tom MacArthur is the only New Jersey congressman or senator who supports the GOP tax reform effort.
The secretary of the treasury and the presidential advisor joined Rep. Tom MacArthur to pitch the Republican tax plan to constituents.
Under the proposed Senate tax reform plan released Thursday, New Jersey residents who currently pay the highest property taxes in the nation would lose the SALT deduction.
Guadagno continues her "Main Street, not Wall Street” tour in final push to reach voters.
Kim Guadagno starts her 21 county tour talking taxes and small business.
Behind in both polls and fundraising, Republican gubernatorial candidate Kim Guadagno’s got the chock full public schedule you’d expect from an underdog.