Report: NJ Debt Hits $52,300 Per Taxpayer

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New Jersey ranks worst in the country for state debt, according to a new nationwide study highlighted by NJ Watchdog.

According to veteran reporter Mark Lagerkvist, “each state taxpayer would need to pay $52,300 to erase New Jersey’s existing bills — including public pensions and retiree health benefits — reports Truth in Accounting, a think tank in Chicago.

For more, go to the story on NJ Watchdog here. Report:  NJ Debt Hits $52,300 Per Taxpayer