NJTA Meeting This Thursday – Pension Reform in New Jersey

The New Jersey Taxpayers Association (NJTA) Board of Trustees proudly presents Pension
Actuary and NJTA board member John Bury to discuss Pension Reform in New Jersey,
followed by Q&A.  Bring your questions.


Where: Morris County Public Library, 30 East Hanover Road, Whippany, NJ

When: Thursday, December 6th, 2012, 7pm to 8:30pm

Note – The NJTA board of trustees will meet for a board meeting from 7pm to 7:30pm.
All members of the NJTA are invited to attend.

Free Admission: There is no fee for this event; however seating is limited to the
first 80 participants.

There will be brief introductory comments focusing on:

  1. Defined Contribution plans may not be cheaper but they are more honest as to cost.
  2. It’s OK to bond for debt that will benefit future taxpayers but not to pay for pensions and retiree health care insurance  for public employees who provided their services to your parents and grandparents.
  3. Actuaries lie.

The session will be taped and posted here and on the NJTA website.  If you can’t attend you can post questions or comments here .

One response to this post.

  1. Cutting ‘Taxes’. Which ‘tax’ gets cut to zero first, the cruel school property tax not based on any income, or the progressive NJ Income Tax?
    When Christie says ‘cut taxes’, which has priority?


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