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10/24/2006

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RH

The following editorial had an interesting comment on question 1:

http://www.nj.com/opinion/ledger/editorials/index.ssf?/base/news-1/1161928211141470.xml&coll=1

"Still, since a "no" vote would mean the $600 million will go straight into the maw of the general state budget, formally earmarking it for tax relief is the better course."

You already said that you would vote "no" on question 1, so I was wondering if the editorial influences your opinion.

Editor

We still endorse voting "no" on question one. The editorial doesn't tell us anything we didn't already know. Of course, that money is just going to go into the general budget. And while earmarking it for property tax relief might sound like a great idea, we're very wary of what shape that relief would take.

We'd rather the money fund some other areas sorely needed in the budget for now. Next year, if a plan is in place, then the half-cent could still be put towards property tax relief going forward.

Koreen Kupetsky

Where can the answers to the public questions be found?

deepak taxes relief

The most common form of tax relief is known as withholding the tax, or personal tax allowance, which is a percentage of the taxpayer's salary withheld by the company that employs them. This amount is collected once or twice a month throughout the year and is used to pay off the employee's income tax at tax time, either fully or partially.

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