cut to jersey shore yacht taxThe way it is now in New Jersey, the purchase of a yacht amounting to $1 million or more sees at least $70,000 going to the tax man. Governor Chris Christie is looking to cut that 7% tax in half.

Christie was quick to emphasize middle-class savings but it’s the buyers of super yachts along the Jersey Shore coastline that would make out the best. With the proposed measure, no yacht buyer would pay more than $20,000 in tax, no matter the price of the boat.

Aiding the Road to Recovery

The proposal is expected to get Senate approval this month and is backed by boating groups throughout the Jersey Shore. The proposed measure is in support of continued efforts to recover from the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy, the powerful super storm that…

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jersey shore labor day eventsCan you believe this weekend is Labor Day already? It’s seems only yesterday we were welcoming the warmer weather of the summer months, and just like that, Summer 2015 becomes a memory! This coming up weekend is the last before school starts once again and we move back to the regular humdrum of our daily lives.

The Jersey Shore has plenty of fun community events planned for this weekend, so get out in the sun with your fellow New Jerseyans and say goodbye to the summer season in style! Here are four events taking place over the Labor Day Weekend for you to check out!

Manasquan Beach Labor Day Celebration,
Manasquan, NJ – September 5.

This fun annual event is a fantastic time for the entire family. Come out and enjoy an incredible array of live…

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