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Who Should Be Responsible for Successful Property Tax Appeals? [AUDIO]

Even though the housing market is finally starting to turn around, with more homes being sold at higher prices, a record number of tax appeals are being filed, and towns all over the Garden State are refunding tens of millions of dollars to homeowners who win their appeals.

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Essential Services Get Boost with Grant [VIDEO/AUDIO]

Towns experiencing budget distress as a direct result of Superstorm Sandy are getting a lifeline from the federal government.

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Storm damage at the Jersey Shore (John Moore, Getty Images)
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Towns Still Struggling With Sandy Costs

By now, you've probably heard that tax assessments on more than 40,000 Garden State properties have been reduced by $4.3 billion due to damage caused by Superstorm Sandy.

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NJ’s Budget And The Property Tax Problem [AUDIO]

One of the major complaints New Jersey Democrats have about the nearly $33 billion State budget that passed the Senate and Assembly yesterday is that it does not do enough to help property taxpayers.

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NJ Residents Voice Concerns in New Poll [AUDIO]

Jobs and property taxes are the biggest concerns among likely New Jersey voters, according to a survey conducted by the Stockton Polling Institute.

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Should Voters Decide on NJ Taxes? [POLL/AUDIO]

The responsibility of fixing New Jersey's overreliance on property taxes could be placed in the hands of everyday New Jersey citizens.

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Is Governor Christie’s “Jersey Comeback” Claim True? [AUDIO]

Maybe Gov. Chris Christie's much ballyhooed "Jersey Comeback" claim has some merit.

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Mantoloking Storm Damage Increases Tax Rate

Fears of a massive tax hike brought on by Superstorm Sandy might not come to pass in the Jersey shore town hardest hit by the storm.

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Flickr User, Daniel Moyle
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You’d Be Surprised at How Your Property Tax Relief Gets Calculated in NJ

If you were ever wondering how your property tax relief was calculated in NJ, much like everything else, an out-dated system is being used to do it.

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NJ Property Tax Bills Rising, But More Slowly

New Jersey's property tax bills have been rising more slowly since Chris Christie became governor, but that does not mean slow growth for what many homeowners actually have to pay, according to new data released by the state.

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