It's no secret that New Jersey has plenty of problems, including the highest-in-the-nation property taxes, a big looming budget deficit, and significant damage from Superstorm Sandy that will take years to repair.
Hurricane Sandy is estimated to have wiped out around two percent of Ocean County's tax base - as much as two billion dollars worth of damage. However, officials believe it's still too early to predict the impact it will have on property taxes.
Selecting a tax advisor can be an extremely daunting task. There are several questions to ask yourself: What am I looking for, someone to prepare my tax returns or a qualified professional who will provide value as a trusted advisor?
There's been a lot of talk in New Jersey about taxpayer-funded entitlements for public employees. Governor Chris Christie asked for and got some reforms in the areas of public workers' pension and health care payments.
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