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State Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio
New Jersey State Treasurer
Elizabeth Maher Muoio
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June
30

(TRENTON) — Governor Phil Murphy today signed the Fiscal Year 2023 (FY2023) Appropriations Act into law. The FY2023 budget builds on the historic progress made over the last four years, maintaining the Governor’s commitment to prioritizing affordability, while delivering record tax relief and making transformative one-time investments.

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June
14

(TRENTON) — The Department of the Treasury reported that May revenue collections for the major taxes totaled $3.282 billion, down $2.072 billion, or 38.7 percent, below last May. This dip was expected due to the fact that the deadline for filing individual income tax returns was postponed to May 17 last year, creating a surge in filings that typically come in during April. However, fiscal year-to-date, total collections of $40.816 billion are up $6.679 billion, or 19.6 percent above the same eleven months last year.

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June
13

(TRENTON) — The New Jersey Department of the Treasury has announced that beginning July 1, notaries public in New Jersey will be required to complete new educational and testing requirements during the notary commissioning process.

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May
20

New Jersey State Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio was presented with the New Jersey Coalition for Financial Education’s (NJCFE) President’s Award in recognition of the State’s launch of the NJ FinLit financial wellness platform during the coalition’s Spring Conference this morning.

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May
16

Record April Collections Help FY 2022 Revenues Soar Past Pre-Pandemic Trend Line with $13.4 Billion Jump Since FY 2020
Murphy Administration Looks to Use Revenue Boost for Additional Property Tax Relief, Debt Reduction, and Building Up Surplus
Revenue Growth Expected to Moderate for Fiscal Year 2023 as Economic Concerns Loom

(TRENTON) – The Department of the Treasury testified before the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee at the State House today, providing a detailed update on revenue projections for the remainder of Fiscal Year 2022 (FY 2022) through Fiscal Year 2023 after sizing up collections for the all-important month of April, noting that revenues have now surged $13.4 billion higher than at the close of FY 2020 when the pandemic was in its infancy.

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