Taxes – A Tale Of Two States

Miami has millions of reasons why people move here. Here’s another one – read both these articles .

Today’s Miami Herald reports on Governor Bush’s latest plan to lower taxes. A New Jersey paper reports last week how the newly inaugurated Govenor Jon Corzine plans to raise taxes.

Get ready for a few hundred thousand more New Jerseyans to move in!

3 Comments so far

  1. bad idea (unregistered) on February 1st, 2006 @ 1:58 pm

    just what we need, less taxes for the wealthy AND cheesy New Jersey trash moving down here. Someone stop him.


  2. nihar ganju (unregistered) on February 1st, 2006 @ 7:33 pm

    Tax breaks are always suspicious. Who do they really benefit. People dont get upset for keeping the tax rate the same – they get upset for increasing tax rates. Our schools barely have any money. I wonder where they pull money out of if taxes are lowered.


  3. Urall High (unregistered) on February 2nd, 2006 @ 9:13 pm

    Lets see. Floridians pay no income tax, a sales tax rate that’s chicken feed compared with NJ, have better weather, but worse schools. Us poor saps in Jersey live in the most densely populated state in the union, pay higher sales taxes, income taxes, a commuter tax if you work in NY, have pretty good schools, unless you live in Newark or Trenton, and have a Deficit about matches the net worth of our Governor (about $ 12bil)…No violins wailing here, guys. Enjoy the lifestyle, and use the tax savings to send your kids to Parochial Schools



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