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Property tax rebate? Don’t spend it all just yet, NJ comptroller says

It is no secret that New Jersey is home to some of the highest property taxes in the nation.  But an investigation by the state comptroller has found the state can potentially save millions of dollars annually for its property tax relief programs by fixing a blind spot in the sharing of data that is already being collected by local officials.  

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Property tax drop: A few New Jersey towns share strategies

Garden State municipalities saw their average property tax bills increase by an average of 2.2 percent in 2014, but some actually managed to deliver a drop in property taxes to their residents, which is not an easy task in a tax-heavy state like New Jersey.

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President Obama Address Troops At Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst In New Jersey (Mark Makela, Getty Images)
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Property tax relief could be extended to all NJ veterans

A New Jersey lawmaker wants to extend property tax relief to all veterans in the state, regardless as to whether they served in combat or not.

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Prieto: Lowering NJ property taxes on his priority list

Issues and scandals both small and large seem to come and go in New Jersey, but one constant remains: sky-high property taxes.

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Bill would put more cops on NJ streets

Would you like to see more cops on New Jersey's streets?

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Bill would reduce NJ property taxes by 25 percent

A New Jersey lawmaker continues to push legislation that would cut property tax bills throughout the state.

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Bill calls for property tax information to be posted online

New Jersey residents could soon obtain property tax information on a state-run website under legislation that was overwhelmingly approved by the Assembly on Sept. 29.

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New Jersey Assembly Majority Leader Lou Greenwald. (Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Is it possible to lower NJ’s property taxes?

New Jersey has the highest property taxes in the nation, and it seems no matter what anybody does or says, they continue to rise.

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Can NJ property taxes be lowered?

Do you think it's really possible for property taxes to go down in New Jersey? Many state residents do not, but Gov. Chris Christie thinks it could happen if some bold steps are taken.

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Property Tax Appeal Calendar in NJ Would Move Under Bill [AUDIO]

New Jersey's property tax assessment appeal process would see some changes statewide under new legislation.

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