Trying To Alleviate The Tax Burden Before New Tax Law In 2018

Dated: 12/27/2017

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Gov. Chris Christie signed an executive order on Wednesday allowing New Jersey residents to prepay their 2018 property taxes, hoping to alleviate the impact President Donald Trump's recently approved tax plan may have on residents.  The order directs the Division of Local Government to notify municipalities to accept payments for 2018 property taxes in calendar year 2017, and require them to credit those payments if the payments are postmarked on or before Dec. 31, 2017. The tax plan is support to take effect on Jan. 1.  NJ Patch

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Lucy Korzelius

I got into the Real Estate professional in 1992 because of my passion for Real Estate and the desire to assist others in obtaining their Real Estate Dreams. I have seen many markets come and go. But g....

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