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State Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio, Deputy Treasurer Aaron Binder and private sector tax experts will discuss the many ways the state’s budget and tax policies impact New Jersey businesses during NJBIA’s hybrid event, “Taxing Your Bottom Line,” on April 27 at the Pines Manor in Edison.

Muoio will discuss Gov. Phil Murphy’s proposed $53.1 billion state budget for the next fiscal year that begins July 1 and how it will impact the business community. The keynote will be followed by two panel discussions on tax policies, one geared toward issues impacting large corporations and the second focusing on tax policies affecting small businesses.

Panelists include Deputy Treasurer Binder;  Mary Baker, CPA, the CEO of Baker Tax & Accounting Services; tax attorney Richard Botwright, co-chair of Stevens & Lee’s State and Local Tax Group; Audrey Lane, a senior vice president at Garden State Initiative who is spearheading research on corporate tax reform; tax attorney Michael Puzyk, senior manager in Ernst & Young’s Indirect Tax Group; and tax attorney David Shipley, co-chair of Stevens & Lee’s State and Local Tax Group.

This is a hybrid event that can be attended in-person or virtually. Breakfast and networking begin at 8:30 a.m., followed by the formal program from 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

To register to attend in person or virtually, go to NJBIA’s website here.