Waste, fraud and abuse. The Office of the State Comptroller is out with an annual report on fiscal accountability in New Jersey government, and you'll be surprised at the tax dollars recovered and saved.
Almost every tax cut enacted at the federal level since 2001 is set to expire at the end of this year. According to a new report from the Tax Policy Center, nearly 90 percent of Americans would see their taxes rise if federal lawmakers don't act to renew the tax cuts.
It's easy to get lost in the maze of politics and number-crunching when you hear about a budget deficit, but if New Jersey really is a quarter-billion-dollars in the red for the Fiscal Year that ended June 30 it could affect your wallet.
Governor Chris Christie insists New Jersey 2% cap on property tax increases is working. Critics say Christie is misleading the public. One lawmaker is pushing legislation that would establish a task force to study the issue.
It's that time of year again. Time to either pay up or plan that vacation or home improvement project. I'm talking, of course, about tax time. Today I've got two polls for you to vote in and weigh in on.
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