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Christie: Tax Relief On The Way

TRENTON, N.J. (CBS 2) — New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was promising tax relief for Garden State residents, and soon.

Christie said he will reduce the state’s income tax within two years to help boost the economy.

New Jersey’s top tax rate is 8.97-percent, which is the same as New York but nearly three times as high as its other border state, Pennsylvania.

Christie said the high tax rate makes it difficult for the state to compete.

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  1. We need help says:

    Well thats good, in 2 years from now. Guess what people in 2 years the recesiion might be over and people might be back on their feet. Then guess what..no tax releif.. we need it now not in 2 years visit http://www.kriegsview.com for some unemployment and tax info.

  2. Jeff says:

    Christie said the high tax rate makes it difficult for the state to compete…….well duh, a tax and spend liberal starts understanding

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