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Obama Raises Taxes For One-in-Four, Says Analyst

A nonpartisan research group estimates that President Barack Obama's budget would raise taxes next year on 1 in 4 households, but have little impact on families earning under $200,000 a year.

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Phony Tax E-Mails Abound During This Filing Season [AUDIO]

E-mail 'wolves' are out in great numbers during this tax season, sending out lots of phony solicitations to prepare your returns.

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New Assembly Budget Boss Sets Priorities [AUDIO]

Budget season is ramping up in New Jersey. For the past decade Lou Greenwald has been chairman of the Assembly Budget Committee, but there's a new sheriff in town and his name is Vinnie Prieto.

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3 Tax Cut Plans, Zero Consensus [POLL]

Because he and Democrats are now battling over which taxes to cut, not which taxes to increase, Governor Chris Christie's new mantra is, "We've already won the argument."

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New Study Confirms New Jersey Is Becoming More Business Friendly

For the past couple of decades Jersey has had the reputation as the state with the most unfriendly business climate in the nation.

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NJ Income Tax Versus Property Tax, The Battle Continues [POLL]

State Senate President Steve Sweeney says as long as Governor Chris Christie continues to push his 10% state income tax cut, he'll continue to criticize it as a giveaway to the rich.

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Online Businesses Offered Tax Incentives To Relocate To Jersey [AUDIO]

An Assembly Committee considers a bill tomorrow that's designed to encourage online retail giant Amazon-dot-com, and other big online retail companies, to set up shop in the Garden State.

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NJ Parents Helping Out Adult Children Buy Cars, Homes [AUDIO]

It's certainly a sign of the times. Parents helping their adult children purchase cars and homes due to a weak economy, high unemployment rate and rising taxes.

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Legislation To Establish Taxpayer Advocate Advances [AUDIO]

A bill to set up a State office of the Taxpayer Advocate has advanced in Trenton.

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Tax the Rich!

Monday on the air I mentioned a story in the Star Ledger praising ASSemblyman Lou Greenwald for his accuracy in pointing out how Governor Christie's new 10 % income tax cut would proportionately benefit millionaires. Well of course it would, they pay more taxes.

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