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(Philly.com)   New Jersey leads the nation in people trying to get the hell out of New Jersey   (philly.com) divider line 6
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2013-01-10 09:22:19 AM
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I travel through Jersey a lot for work, and often pay to use the NJ Turnpike. Funny to note that Jersey only charges you if you want to leave.
2013-01-10 09:07:04 AM
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EatHam: CA property taxes are insanely low


I pay $10k on a 1/4 acre with a 4 bed / 2 bath cape cod on it in Ridgewood.

NJ has some great qualities but it is
1) crowded
2) expensive
3) corrupt
4) crowded
5) expensive
2013-01-10 08:53:51 AM
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jjorsett: "You can't blame Snooki," he said, offering instead the state's highest-in-the-nation taxes and small job growth.

What are tax rates in New Jersey? I thought we in California had the highest, with 13.3% personal income tax, 8.8% business tax, sales taxes at 9% or more in some areas, and gasoline taxed at 69 cents a gallon.


I'm sure real estate taxes are at least partly what they're referring to.
2013-01-10 08:51:38 AM
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jjorsett: I thought we in California had the highest


Not sure what he's talking about, but CA property taxes are insanely low.  NJ is quite a bit higher.
2013-01-10 08:41:30 AM
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2013-01-10 08:04:18 AM
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Jersey is like a dog turd with a $20 bill stuck in it. There are some nice parts but you have to get covered in shiat if you want to get to it.
 
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