NJ tax incentives are the talk of the State again as the current structure is soon to expire. If we are going to have the highest tax rate in the country, we have to do something to stop States like Texas and Indiana from eating our lunch.
“Testimony at a joint committee’s exploratory hearing included members of the higher education, real estate and business communities, among others. A four-hour joint Senate and Assembly committee’s exploratory hearing Friday focused on the state’s current tax incentive structure — set to expire June 30 — and how to improve incentives for the future, if they should even be kept around.”
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