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‘Cigarette Smuggling’ Cited by Tax Group [AUDIO]

Higher cigarette taxes are partly meant to discourage smoking, but they could be contributing to a different, and sometimes criminal, problem.

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Coalition: NJ Lawmakers Must Consider Tax Hikes [AUDIO]

If New Jersey is going to invest in its most important priorities, the legislature should pass its own budget, and it should include revenue raisers according to Better Choices for New Jersey, a coalition of business groups, environmentalists and labor leaders.

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NJ Not the Worst Taxed State in US, Says Report [AUDIO]

A new study finds New Jersey is not the worst state in the nation for taxpayers, but it's close.

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NJ is Taxing the Dead [AUDIO]

The transfer inheritance tax, one of New Jersey's oldest taxes, dates back to 1892. This 16 percent levy is applied when property is transferred outside a deceased resident's immediate family. Another so-called "death tax," the estate tax, is applied on property valued at more than $675,000.

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Schaer: Christie Might be Open to New Taxes [AUDIO]

In his $34.4 billion budget proposal for the 2015 fiscal year, Gov. Chris Christie wants to tax electronic cigarettes at the same rate as traditional cigarettes. That tax hike proposal has one Democratic asking if that means the governor is open to other revenue raising taxes.

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Poll: NJ Says No to Tax Increases [AUDIO]

This should come as no surprise, but New Jersey residents don't want to see their taxes increased according to a new poll from Fairleigh Dickinson University's PublicMind.

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Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian
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AC Property Taxes Could Skyrocket

Atlantic City's new mayor says property owners there may be facing a 47 percent tax rate increase.

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Are the Rich Leaving New Jersey? [AUDIO]

New Jersey's income taxes, estate taxes and property taxes are driving the wealthiest residents out of the state, a new study suggests.

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Governor Chris Christie gives the Budget Address in Trenton, N.J. on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
Governor Chris Christie gives the Budget Address in Trenton, N.J. on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Gov. Christie Proposes $34.4 Billion State Budget [VIDEO,AUDIO]

Gov. Chris Christie’s proposed Fiscal Year 2015 (FY 15) State Budget calls for spending $34.4 billion making the biggest budget ever for the Garden State. The governor said there is a reason for that. Mandated costs are driving up the budget while crowding out spending for other priorities.

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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY)
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McConnell: No Tax Overhaul in 2014

Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell says he sees no hope for enactment of tax overhaul legislation this year, and blames the Democrats for trying to use the issue to raise revenue by $1 trillion.

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