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Wednesday, October 31, 2018 Live Replay

New Jersey Property Taxes: Challenges, Process and Opportunities (Replay) (E1810914)

12:00 PM - 1:40 PM EDT

Registration: 11:45 AM EDT


2 CPE Credits in TX


Examine how property taxes are used by local governments. Mr. Pfeiffer is a leading authority on property taxes and has spoken on the subject extensively.


NJ Property Taxes: Challenges, Process, and Opportunities
Marc Pfeiffer, Assistant Director - Bloustein Local Government Research Center
This presentation was prepared by the Bloustein Local Government Research Center. It covers the following elements of New Jersey state and local government fiscal and related policies:
  • Overview of local budget fiscal impact on the state’s budget
  • Review of local government revenue sources
  • Overview of Bloustein research on local government costs: The Myth of the Many or Does Size Really Matter
  • Examination of the impact of the property tax, its challenges and alternatives to it




Marc Pfeiffer

Marc H. Pfeiffer

Assistant Director

Rutgers University- New Brunswick

Marc Pfeiffer, retired, has worked in New Jersey State and local government policy and administration for 37 years. He also served as the acting executive director of the state’s Government Records Council at the time of its formation in 2002 and served as a municipal administrator for 10 years in several New Jersey municipalities. He has served as an adjunct professor in public administration in the master of public administration program at Kean University from 1988 through 2002. He holds an M.P.A. with a major in labor relations from New York University and a bachelor's in urban affairs from American University.


$49.00 - Member

$69.00 - Nonmember

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