Payroll tax cuts coming for New Jersey workers

    New Jersey workers will be paying a little less when payroll tax cuts take effect next year.

    Gov. Chris Christie will announce details today of cuts to the disability insurance tax, which the Associated Press reports will save workers about $100. Christie’s administration has already reduced the family leave insurance tax this year.

    WHYY’s Phil Gregory will have more details on this for us following an afternoon press conference.

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