Up-to-the-minute advice, information, resources, and, on occasion, commentary on federal and New Jersey state income taxes, and the various New Jersey property tax rebate programs, and insights and observations on tax policy and professional tax practice, by 40-year veteran tax professional Robert D Flach.
Tuesday, November 22, 2016
THIS JUST IN - IT'S BACK!
vey!It now appears that the reciprocal
agreement between New Jersey and Pennsylvania will remain in place. New
Jersey and Pennsylvania residents working in the opposite state will continue
to pay state income taxes only in the
state where they live.
to the Governor’s website -
“Governor Chris Christie announced today he
is now able to save the income tax reciprocity agreement with Pennsylvania,
thanks to health benefit reforms enacted since the FY17 budget passed.”
how many employers had already wasted money to change their software or
internal payroll procedures.
that this “saving” of the reciprocal agreement by CC will not be reversed again
– although I did not oppose, and actually supported, the end of the agreement.