Simply stated, horrific financial news for the State of New Jersey as tax collections sunk by 60 percent during the month of April. New Jersey lost about $3.5 billion in April alone due to the Covid-19 shutdown. Personal and corporate tax revenue is expected to come in July, which will help boost those numbers.
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