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Every Day is Tax Day, Says NJ Lawmaker [AUDIO]

Tuesday was Tax Day, the deadline for filing income tax returns, but the top Republican in the state Assembly said every day is Tax Day in the high tax environment of New Jersey. He urged the legislature to get to work on a trio of tax-cutting bills.

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Are the Rich Leaving New Jersey? [AUDIO]

New Jersey's income taxes, estate taxes and property taxes are driving the wealthiest residents out of the state, a new study suggests.

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NJ Income Tax Collections Set New Record in May

Revenues for the month of May exceeded estimates for the sixth month in a row in New Jersey. Income tax collections hit an all-time high for May and sales taxes showed continued strength. The announcement came today from State Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff.

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Has Your State Income Tax Refund Been Delayed? [VIDEO/AUDIO]

Some New Jersey residents, who were expecting their state income tax refund check in the mail, instead have received letters from the State Treasury Department, informing them they need to submit copies of their social security card, pay stubs and W2's so their information can be reviewed and verified.

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Tax Time And The NJ Treasurer’s Advice

The April 17 due date for filing individual income tax returns is fast approaching. State Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff is urging taxpayers who have not yet submitted their returns to take advantage of New Jersey’s electronic filing options.

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The Twisting Of Tax Cut Plans In New Jersey [AUDIO]

Democratic State Senate President Steve Sweeney proposes a 10-percent property tax credit that is capped at property taxes paid up to $10,000 and capped at incomes up to $250,000. Republican Governor Chris Christie wants to cut incomes taxes across the board for everybody.

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