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Rules for NJ and Federal Property Tax Deductions Vary Widely
 

Rules for NJ and Federal Property Tax Deductions Vary Widely

Posted: January 11, 2018
New Jersey taxpayers who prepaid one or two quarters of their 2018 property tax assessments at the end of 2017 need to be aware that the amount they can deduct on their federal tax return is not the same as the amount they can deduct on their state tax return.

New Jersey Tax Law Changes for 2018
 

New Jersey Tax Law Changes for 2018

Posted: December 19, 2017
Retirees and other New Jersey residents will face a variety of tax changes in 2018 as part of the provisions in the Transportation Trust Fund and tax relief bill of 2016. Read to find out more specifics related to veterans and sales and use, retirement income and estate taxes.



NJ Lawmakers Unveil Bipartisan Plan to Save SALT, Cut Taxes
 

NJ Lawmakers Unveil Bipartisan Plan to Save SALT, Cut Taxes

Posted: December 7, 2017
Democratic Rep. Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) and Republican Rep. Leonard Lance (NJ-7), two members of the Problem Solvers Caucus, unveiled a Bipartisan fix to save the State and Local Tax Deduction, cut taxes for New Jersey families and businesses, and reduce the deficit.



How to Improve New Jersey
 

How to Improve New Jersey's Credit Rating

Posted: October 10, 2017
Regardless of which gubernatorial candidate emerges victorious in November, the state’s credit rating, and its implications on business, is and will remain a very serious issue. Read further to analyze the issue.

What the Proposed National Tax Changes Might Mean for New Jersey
 

What the Proposed National Tax Changes Might Mean for New Jersey

Posted: October 3, 2017
Drilling down into some of the core components of President Trump’s proposed tax reform, there are several areas that would impact New Jerseyans, small business owners in the state, and the CPAs who consult with these businesses. Read to see more.

What the 2017 Election Could Mean for Your Business and Clients
 

What the 2017 Election Could Mean for Your Business and Clients

Posted: September 25, 2017
While there is no way to know the outcome of New Jersey's governor election in November, this article will explore the potential tax policy changes under a new administration should the Democratic candidate win the election.

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