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Chris Emigholz Chris Emigholz Chief Government Affairs Officer

Taxation & Economic Development Committee

The Taxation & Economic Development policy committee develops positions on legislative and regulatory proposals covering tax and economic development issues. This includes job creation incentives, development incentives, tax compliance, and tax competitiveness. You can also visit our Taxation Resource page for more information.

If you have questions, please contact Chris Emgholz at cemigholz@njbia.org.

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March 11, 2024
NJBIA FY25 Assembly Budget Testimony

On behalf of our member companies that make NJBIA the largest business association in our state, thank you for the opportunity to speak with you today in opposition to Governor Murphy’s recently proposed FY2025 (FY25) State Budget.   A lot has changed in a year after NJBIA testified to this committee about the FY24 proposed state […]

June 27, 2023
NJBIA Testimony in Support of A-5323 – CBT Reform Bill

Good afternoon! My name is Christopher Emigholz, and I am the Chief Government Affairs Officer for the New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA). On behalf of our member companies that make NJBIA the largest business association in our state, thank you for the opportunity to speak in support of A-5323 and explain why this […]

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February 1, 2022
NJBIA Taxation & Economic Development Fiscal Update

I want to briefly update you all on some of the fiscal bills Gov. Phil Murphy signed and vetoed at the end of the 2020-2021 legislative session. The Governor signed the Business Alternative Income Tax (BAIT) for pass-through entities cleanup bill and film tax credit expansion, both of which NJBIA supported, but we were disappointed […]

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