Eustace Introduces Bill to Extend Property Tax Benefits to Veterans Who Did Not Serve in Time of War

Bill is contingent on voters approving constitutional amendment to make veterans who did not serve in wartime or emergency eligible for these benefits


Assemblyman Timothy Eustace (D-Bergen/Passaic) has introduced legislation that would expand eligibility for the veteran’s property tax deduction and the veteran’s property tax exemption to New Jersey veterans who did not serve in time of war or during an emergency.

“The unemployment rate among New Jersey’s veterans does not differentiate between those veterans who served during a time of war and those who did not. Sometimes people fall on hard times and these veterans are no exception,..” said Eustace.

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