It’s no secret that this year’s budget process was contentious and of the many concessions made, some legislation came down that was less than ideal for New Jersey’s business community. How does the budget process work? Who decides where the main streams of revenue will be made and how is it determined where that money is spent?
From changes to the Corporate Business Tax to the many new taxes and regulations, businesses need guidance to navigate the new normal. CIANJ has put together a panel to discuss the impact that New Jersey’s budget will have on your bottom line.
Former chief economist for the state, Charles Steindel, and the former chair of the state’s investment council, Tom Byrne, will talk about the process and how New Jersey can get its fiscal house in order. Gov. Murphy has said he wants to push for more shared services between the state’s many municipalities – how will this impact all of those who work for municipal, county and state governments as a contractor? Our panel includes both shared services czars appointed by Gov. Murphy – former Summit mayor Jordan Glatt and former Harding mayor Nicolas Platt.
This is an important event – and an opportunity for CIANJ members to get in front of the key decision makers who will shape New Jersey’s new fiscal reality. Register today for this financial forum being held on Wednesday October 10 from 8 – 10 a.m.