Analysis: Millionaire’s Tax to Close Pension Gap Could Be Headed To Ballot in 2015

Analysis: Millionaire’s Tax to Close Pension Gap Could Be Headed To Ballot in 2015 (via NJSpotlight)

Gov. Chris Christie vowing to veto any tax increase, Democratic legislative leaders looking for pension-funding solutions may conclude that their best option is to bypass Christie by putting a millionaire’s tax on the ballot as a constitutional amendment…

Posted: June 16th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: New Jersey State Budget | Tags: | 2 Comments »

2 Comments on “Analysis: Millionaire’s Tax to Close Pension Gap Could Be Headed To Ballot in 2015”

  1. NO way because said at 12:15 pm on June 16th, 2014:

    if it passes, I suspect more people will be heading for the exits, leaving the burden to fall on more and more of the middle class.

  2. Charles Lee said at 9:10 am on June 19th, 2014:

    I am not sure how many people make over $500,000, but I am certain they cannot pay for the billion dollar shortfall alone. The math never adds up. Where are the cut backs?