New Jersey’s Economic Development Authority approved $11.5 million in corporate or personal income tax cuts
for filmmakers and stars including Alec Baldwin, Bruce Willis and Anjelica Huston.
The saga of a recovering sex addict and a film about a serial-killer piano tuner are among 11 movies that were approved for tax breaks today to encourage filming in New Jersey.
Well, at least your hard-earned tax dollars went to struggling artists making quality entertainment, suitable for the entire family. The state’s action also has the side benefit of encouraging people who pay taxes to leave.
New Jersey had a net 2006-2007 internal migration loss of 69,160 people…
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