New Jersey

 team contracted by the city has spent the winter updating the assessed market value of properties all around Hoboken, meaning some landowners will now pay higher taxes based on how their home would sell on the current market, and some will have their taxes lowered if their home wouldn’t sell for as much today as when they bought it. Read More

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A law mayors say has been crucial to keeping property tax growth in check is almost certain to expire Tuesday. Read More

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New Jersey is known for being the king of the property tax castle, and it's no secret that homeowners in these 10 towns may be paying some of the highest taxes in America.Read More

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State Assembly Democrats say they really mean it this time: They're going to work to reduce property taxes. Read More

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 The FBI agent who led the federal investigation on Trenton Mayor Tony F. Mack and his brother Ralphial Mack is on the witness stand for the third day in federal court Monday. Read More

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 Investors prizing Princeton University bought $200 million of its bonds today at yields below top-grade municipal debt. Some residents of the school’s New Jersey hometown are less impressed: They’re suing to strip the institution of its property-tax exemption. Read More

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A state tax court judge ruled Dec. 17 to deny Woodcliff Lake's BMW North American Corporate Headquarters farmland assessment applications for 11 of its 86 acres of property on Chestnut Ridge Road. Read More

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Shock did not exactly resonate here when word got out that the Atlantic Club would shut its doors for good next month. Read More

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BMW of North America, which has its sprawling, multi-building headquarters in the borough, must pay rollback farmland assessment taxes for 2004 through 2006, a state tax court judge ruled — settling part of the numerous tax appeal cases the luxury automaker has filed against the borough over several years. Read More

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The recent conversion of Renaissance Plaza into Feed Mill Station added $1,685,000 to the value of the property, the borough tax assessor has determined. Read More

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The Township Council on Wednesday approved a 30-year tax abatement for Philadelphia retailer Destination Maternity, which plans to open a warehouse in the township in early 2015. Read More

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The developer of a new 150-unit residential complex slated to rise at the intersection of Bergen and Schuyler avenues is poised to receive a 30-year tax abatement from the town. Read More

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Blue booklets are available in the Clifton Senior Center for first time applicants only. Read More

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The city of Bayonne is launching the Shop Bayonne Property Tax Reward Program later this month as part of an effort to encourage Bayonne residents to shop locally.  Read More

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Gov. Christie was at it again. Add Bill Dressel, the highly regarded longtime head of the New Jersey League of Municipalities, to the list of New Jerseyans who have been the target of our bombastic, name-calling governor. Read More

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A city councilman owes nearly $20,000 in unpaid property taxes and other municipal fees, according to a public tax sale notice. Read More

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