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Dancer On NJ Boarding Tax Bill

Published: January 6, 2014 12:08 pm ET

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New Jersey Assemblyman Ron Dancer has commented on his legislation which is aimed to ease the tax burden that state boarding facilities are currently facing.

Dancer introduced the bill in December of 2013, and as a report by The Star-Ledger explains, the legislation is scheduled to be addressed in the upcoming session, which is scheduled to begin January 14.

As The Star-Ledger report explains, ‘The bill clarifies sales tax collection responsibilities of horse boarding businesses, and redefines "storage space" so that it does not include "lease or rental of a stall in a barn, stable, or other similar structure or facility for the boarding or stabling or for the keeping and holding" of equines.’

The article has quoted Dancer as saying, "We need to attract and then retain and restore the equine industry in the state of New Jersey, and this bill is a big step toward that."

(With files from The Star-Ledger)

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