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Disconnect Remains as “Fiscal Cliff” Clock Ticks

Republicans' newfound willingness to consider tax increases to avert the "fiscal cliff" comes with a significant caveat: larger cuts than Democrats seem willing to consider to benefit programs like Medicare, Medicaid and the president's health care overhaul.

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Bill Would Prevent Wireless Tax Increase [AUDIO]

Every year it seems more features that were once "premium" on cell phones are now standard options, but as technology continues to drive the cost of cell phones down the cost of the plans they're attached to remains static.

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Congress Returns, Looking to Avoid “Fiscal Cliff”

Efforts to avoid the "fiscal cliff" have resumed in Washington following the long holiday weekend.

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Taxpayers Help NJ Foodbanks At Critical Time [AUDIO]

The days leading up to Thanksgiving is a normally busy time of year for Foodbank's through out the state but following Super Storm Sandy, demand has more than doubled.

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NJ Taxpayers Get More Bad Super-Storm Sandy News [AUDIO]

Just when you thought things couldn't get worse as a result of super-storm Sandy comes word from the top that your property taxes are probably going to go up.

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Legislation Would Ease Losses for NJ Restaurants [AUDIO]

It would create a month-long, one-time sales tax collection exemption on meal purchases made in New Jersey restaurants.

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How The Internet Could Help Save NJ Taxpayers Money

New Jersey’s online purchasing program has become a successful revenue tool for local governments and property taxpayers. Now, Assemblyman Ron Dancer proposes expanding and extending it.

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Hurricane Ravaged Homes Could Mean Tax Assessment Reduction [AUDIO]

If your home suffered significant damage or was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy, you may qualify for a reduction in your assessment for the tax year 2013 under New Jersey law.

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Who Will Pay For The Sandy Clean-Up? [AUDIO]

Hurricane Sandy has caused billions of dollars in damage all over New Jersey, so what does this mean for your property taxes in the future?

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IRS Extending Deadline for Storm-Hit Taxpayers

The IRS is giving taxpayers and tax preparers hit by Hurricane Sandy an extra week to file returns and make payments.

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