California and Minnesota are the only two states with tax systems worse than New Jersey's, in the national Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council's "Business Tax Index 2014: Best to Worst State Tax Systems for Entrepreneurship and Small Business."
Many experts insist that local governments would run more smoothly and property taxes would be reduced if some neighboring towns merged into one. New Jersey residents are not convinced of either claim, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.
Gov. Chris Christie indicated at a town hall that he'd be willing to scrap New Jersey's realty transfer fee, which reportedly produces hundreds of millions of dollars in tax revenue for the state each year.
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