The New Jersey Business and Industry Association on Thursday urged the Senate Transportation Committee to reject a proposal to repeal the aviation fuel tax exemption for qualified airlines because such a move would increase carrier costs at Newark Liberty International Airport and make New Jersey less competitive. “We are always concerned about the impact of […]
Legislation signed today by the governor that allows Jersey City to impose a payroll tax will hurt businesses of all sizes and chip away at the city’s competitiveness, said NJBIA Vice President Andrew Musick, who urged city leaders to refrain from imposing the new tax on its businesses. Gov. Phil Murphy signed the law today […]
NJBIA Vice President of Government Affairs Andrew Musick issued the following statement today regarding Governor Murphy’s signing of A-4163, which allows municipalities with populations over 200,000 to impose up to a 1 percent employer payroll tax. Currently, Newark is the only municipality that imposes and collects an employer payroll tax, and this law allows Jersey […]
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The New Jersey Business & Industry Association supports legislation that would reduce the cost of obtaining a bachelor’s degree by allowing students to complete three years of study at a county college, followed by one year at a partnering four-year college or university. The legislation, A-1890/S-869 (Jimenez/Sweeney, Cunningham) permits a “3-Plus-1” bachelor’s degree program. The […]