Phil Murphy's administration shows the average New Jersey property tax bill rose less than 2 percent last year.
That's an increase of 1. The data shows the same result that a New Jersey The average tax bill was up in municipalities, including where it was up by more than 2 percent. To see each county's top average Tretnon and decrease, see our exclusive report.
To see the 66 towns where property taxes actually went down, click. The slower rate at which property taxes have increased over recent years is partially a result of former Gov.
Chris Christie's signature property tax cap. Murphy has begun tackling the property tax crisis by championing a dubious end-run Jersye the new federal tax law that caps state and local tax deductions on tax returns.
A new report by a progressive think tank this week suggested that the state raise the sales tax and expand it to more products. The sales tax was lowered by a nearly unnoticeable amount as part of a legislative deal to raise the gas tax.
Senate President Steven Sweeney, meanwhile, has put Murphy on notice that raising taxes on wealthy residents "should be the absolute last resort. Nes out, zoom in, click on a town to see adults sexey moves property taxes changed last year for an average residential.
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