Protests Held Against the GOP Tax Bill Throughout New Jersey

For the full text of this press release in PDF format, please click here: Protests Held Against the GOP Tax Bill Throughout New Jersey Contact: Michele Cook Phone 917.634.2331 Action Together New Jersey press@atnj.org www.ATNJ.org PROTESTS HELD AGAINST THE GOP TAX BILL THROUGHOUT NEW JERSEY December 7, 2017 On Monday, …

Action Together New Jersey Plans Flash Protests Monday, December 4th In Protest of the Tax Bill

Download this press release as a PDF: Press Advisory- Tax Bill Flash Protests Monday.docx Contact: Michele Cook Phone 917.634.2331 Action Together New Jersey press@atnj.org www.ATNJ.org PRESS ADVISORY: ACTION TOGETHER NEW JERSEY PLANS FLASH PROTESTS MONDAY, DECEMBER 4TH IN PROTEST OF THE TAX BILL Action Together New Jersey invites all concerned citizens …

Two key votes that will hurt all New Jerseyans: Tax and Net

Tax: This proposal will hurt all New Jerseyans! SALT taxes is something that all Democratic, Republican, and Unaffiliated New Jersey voters have in common and can agree that we pay too much of it. For us to stop this tax plan, this means applying pressure to our GOP representatives: CD …

Kill the Tax Scam

**Urgent** With 2 supporting Democratic Senators fighting for us, what can we in NJ do? We’ve done this before so we can do this again. How can we in NJ help stop the heinous tax plan? -Sign up at https://www.trumptaxscam.org/calls-to-kill-the-tax-scam/ -You will call a progressive constituent of a targeted Republican Senator …

*Millions* of New Jerseyans Would Lose Ability to Deduct State Income or Sales Taxes – NJ Policy Perspective

A total of 1.8 million New Jersey households deduct a cumulative $17 billion in state income or sales taxes from their federal taxes. At 40 percent of all taxpaying households, New Jersey ranks third highest in the nation, behind Maryland (45 percent) and Connecticut (41 percent). Of these 1,775,740 households, …

The GOP Tax Plan Will Hurt NJ Residents

“The loss of the federal income tax deduction for state and local taxes paid would mean a loss of about $21,500 in write-offs for the average New Jersey taxpayer.” To find out how YOU will fare in your town, CLICK on the interactive map HERE: https://atnj.org/NJtaxmap The darker the green, the …