New Jersey has the highest tax burden in the country and it’s getting worse - the latest Corzine budget just raised taxes by another $1.2 billion.
We’re also burdened with the highest property taxes in the country, but that didn't stop Jon Corzine from taking away property tax rebates from 1.2 million New Jerseyans in this year’s budget.
In fact, Jon Corzine and Jim McGreevey have raised taxes on the average New Jersey family by more than $10,000 since 2002 – over $22 billion in taxes, the highest in the nation.
In all, Corzine and Governor McGreevey have raised over 100 taxes on New Jersey’s hard-working families.
This will change in a Christie Administration. New Jersey’s hard-working middle-class families can no longer handle the weight of these out of control taxes. The first step to reversing New Jersey's declining economic climate and giving New Jerseyans a little relief is by cutting taxes.
Highlights from Chris’ plan to cut our taxes:
- Provide Property Tax Relief
- Reduce New Jersey's Income Tax
- Across the board cut for all taxpayers
- Additional cut or credit for NJ-based small businesses
- Reduce the Corporate Business Tax Rate
- Eliminate the double taxation on New Jersey's S-Corporations