New Podcast: NJ Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean
October 21, 2009
New Jersey has the least-business-friendly tax climate of all 50 states. The Garden State has the highest median property taxes in the nation, the second-highest state-level sales tax rate, and the third-highest top individual income tax rate.
All of these factored in to New Jersey’s recent last-place ranking in the Tax Foundation’s 2010 State Business Tax Climate Index, which measure’s states’ tax-competitiveness.
More on New Jersey is available here.
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