Homeowners in the Tri-State Area could get a welcome tax break from Uncle Sam. Officials are mobilizing a new campaign to restore full state and local property tax deductions -- SALT -- that were halted by President Donald Trump; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.

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Officials Mobilizing New Campaign To Restore SALTHomeowners in the Tri-State Area could get a welcome tax break from Uncle Sam. Officials are mobilizing a new campaign to restore full state and local property tax deductions -- SALT -- that were halted by President Donald Trump; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
New Effort Underway To Fully Reinstate New Jersey State And Local Tax DeductionsA cap on the SALT deduction is hitting Tri-State Area residents hard in their wallets and forcing people to move away. There's now a new effort at the federal level to fully reinstate New Jersey State and Local Tax deductions; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
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House Votes To Restore SALT DeductionsFederal lawmakers are restoring the ability to deduct state and local taxes.
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Senate Bill Would Repeal IRS Cap On State And Local Tax DeductionsHomeowners who pay high property taxes, like many in the Tri-State Area, were hit hard by the tax overhaul bill passed in 2017. CBSN New York's Alice Gainer reports.
Senate Bill Would Repeal IRS Cap On State And Local Tax DeductionsHomeowners who pay high property taxes, like many in the Tri-State Area, were hit hard by the tax overhaul bill passed in 2017. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
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NJ Still Considering Millionaire’s Tax To Get Property Tax ReliefNew Jersey property taxes are the highest in the country - a big concern for voters. Gov. Phil Murphy says he has the solution. CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Nassau County Deadline To File A Tax Assessment Grievance Comes At MidnightAfter glitches in the rollout and twice extending deadlines, Nassau County taxpayers challenging their reassessments have until midnight to file a grievance. CBS2's Jessica McLogan reports.
Tax Day Especially Painful To Long Island ResidentsSuffolk County is taking action that officials there say will reverse the impact of the loss of deductions for state and local taxes - so-called SALT deductions. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.

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