STATE’S REVENUE FIGURES WILL FALL SHORT OF PROJECTIONS

New  Jersey’s projected revenue figures are going to fall short of projections.  State experts believe New Jersey will face a $487 million revenue shortfall this year and possibly a $622 million shortfall next year.  The reason?  Income tax projections have fallen short of their goal.

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