If NJ Assemblywoman Donna Simon has her way, NJ Olympians will be seeing one less tax bill than the rest of the NJ residents.

Simon along with two others, will introduce a bill to make NJ Olympians medalists exempt from the 'Olympic Tax.'

Currently, Olympic medal winners are taxed on the value of the medal and their monetary winnings, which consist of $25,000 for  a gold medal, $15,000 for silver and $10,000 for bronze.

New Jersey had over 10 medal winners during the 2012 Olympics, including four from the Women's US Olympic Soccer Team.

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