New Jersey is taking in more revenue than was expected and the pension system is the better for it. The State Treasurer Andrew Eristoff announced that $200 million in unanticipated revenue will likely be added to the pension system if the state remains on track to exceed revenue projections. The current fiscal year ends on June 30. New Jersey is currently being sued for not making the full and complete payments under an agreement signed a some years back by Gov. Chris Christie.