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Reader says The taxes and mandates placed upon private enterprise make doing business in NJ uncompetitive with other states

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Reader says The taxes and mandates placed upon private enterprise make doing business in NJ uncompetitive with other states

As a business owner in the private sector, let me add to it from that perspective.

The taxes and mandates placed upon private enterprise make doing business in NJ uncompetitive with other states.

The foolish Democrats that control Trenton kill the economy here every time they pass another law with the stroke of a pen.

Nobody ‘mandates’ that private enterprise make a profit (which is taxed), yet the morons who are elected from the big cities (Newark, Camden, Paterson etc) that milk the funds from the state treasury continue to pass rules that hurt businesses.

Many businesses will never expand here, and move new operations to more ‘tax friendly’/’regulation friendly’ states.

No large business would ever consider moving here.

The state is broke due to ‘obligations’ to the unions as mentioned in the previous post.
Further draining the state treasury are the billions of dollars that get flushed down the toilet in the “Abbot’ school districts (thanks to the left wing activist NJ supreme court).
It should come as no surprise that the ‘big earners’ make sure they do their ‘time’ out of state….spend 181 days per year in FLA and vote there… so NJ can no longer pick their pockets… and the rest of us will have to make up the difference in higher taxes..
Try to explain logic such as that to the Dumbocrats in Trenton… good luck.

5 thoughts on “Reader says The taxes and mandates placed upon private enterprise make doing business in NJ uncompetitive with other states

  1. “No large business would ever consider moving here”

    This is where your credibility started going off the rails. Unilever, Cognizant, Becton Dickenson and Stryker are all in Bergen county alone. You know why? Quality people. Top. Men. Why is the talent pool so deep here? Go on, guess. Did you guess quality of primary education? Good, good. Now, how is that education funded? Study it out.

    “Dumbocrats in Trenton”

    And that’s where your credibility jumped the track entirely and flew off into the ravine. Anyone who uses the words “Dumbocrats” or “Republitards” needs to reconsider what’s important in life.

    1. both company’s have been hear for many many years and BD has downsized dramatically since the 1980’s so many large employers have fled the state I think your being extreme disingenuous


  2. Anonymous:

    “No large business would ever consider moving here”
    This is where your credibility started going off the rails. Unilever, Cognizant, Becton Dickenson and Stryker are all in Bergen county alone. You know why? Quality people. Top. Men. Why is the talent pool so deep here? Go on, guess. Did you guess quality of primary education? Good, good. Now, how is that education funded? Study it out.
    “Dumbocrats in Trenton”
    And that’s where your credibility jumped the track entirely and flew off into the ravine. Anyone who uses the words “Dumbocrats” or “Republitards” needs to reconsider what’s important in life.

    Hey genius, apparently you missed the bus with respect to edumucation yourself.
    I said WOULD CONSIDER moving here.
    I didn’t say ‘ALREADY here’.
    And there is a NET LOSS of business as well as residents. More leave than move in.
    My business is dealing with CEO’s nationwide and not a single one would consider moving there business to New Jersey. EVER.

  3. “Moving there business to New Jersey”…

    I guess you mean “their”, as in third person possessive. If you are going to imply that someone is in need of further education, please be literate in your language of choice.

    Thomson Reuters just took a huge lease out in a Hoboken building. Goldman Sachs built a “skyscraper” in JC. So you are still wrong. Good luck with your business, and I hope your communications with clients are a bit more polished (and substantiated in fact).

    1. Goldman Sachs moved to Jersey City over 20years ago

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