New Jersey Budget Analysis

March 18, 2021

Governor Murphy issued his proposed budget for New Jersey’s 2022 fiscal year. The nearly $45 billion budget plan doesn’t include any new taxes. Among other things, it includes a full payment to the public worker pension plan. On March 11, the NJCPA's Jeff Kaszerman talked with Richard Keevey and Dale Florio as they took an in depth loook at the major elements of the budget.

Dale  Florio

Dale Florio

Dale J. Florio brings over three decades of public affairs experience to the service of his clients. With a highly successful track record at all levels of government, Mr. Florio is widely recognized as one of the most influential public affairs professionals in the Garden State. In fact, PPAG– Princeton Public Affairs Group has been consistently named New Jersey’s Number One Lobbying Firm for the last fifteen years in a row.A graduate of Allegheny College with a B.S. in Economics and Seton Hall University Law School, Mr. Florio was admitted to the practice of law in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

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Jeffrey  Kaszerman

Jeffrey Kaszerman

Jeff Kaszerman is the vice president of government relations for New Jersey Society of CPAs. He works with the CEO and board of trustees to create and implement advocacy initiatives that protect and promote the interests of the CPA profession, the business community and the public.

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Richard F. Keevey

Richard F. Keevey

Rich is a distinguished executive in residence at Rutgers University's School of Planning and Policy and a lecturer at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School. Previously, he was the budget director and comptroller for the state of New Jersey under two different governors. Rich also held two Presidential appointments - CFO for Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and deputy under Secretary of Defense for finance - as well as senior consulting positions at Arthur Andersen and Unisys Corporation.

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