The Center For Garden State Families

Medicare Means Testing and The Medicare For All Trap – Part 3 of 3

On 1965 President Lyndon B. Johnson emphatically stated that he did not want his signature legislative achievement, the 1965 passage of the Medicare program to be a means-tested (income dependent)…

Is Social Security Going Broke?

Is Social Security Going Broke? The Social Security Board of Trustees is reporting through its Annual Report that the trust funds for both the Old-Age and Survivors Insurance (OASI) and…

Have You Seen Me? Human Trafficking in NJ

Human Trafficking in NJ is a major problem. We are a portal state with a very diverse population. Everyone in NJ looks like they belong here. No one necessarily sticks…

WE Are Pro-Life! Tuesday, July 31 – Last day to submit comment for Protect Life Rule

We have an opportunity to divert millions of our tax dollars away from Planned Parenthood and to better invest in other options like community health centers that do not perform…

The Center for Garden State Families at the NEA

The National Education Association (NEA), the largest union in the United States, held its annual meeting and Representative Assembly (RA) in Minneapolis, Minnesota over the family holiday of Independence Day.…

Gov. Murphy’s Work Around Tax Law Is More Likely Federal Tax Evasion

The federal tax law change enacted for the 2018 tax year limits the combined total of state income tax plus real estate tax deduction to $10,000. “Goldman Sachs” Governor Phil…

New Legislation Brings TAX RELIEF Though School Choice

The Center for Garden State Families is pleased to announce the introduction of the ‘The New Jersey Property Tax Relief and Education Empowerment Act.’ A3961. From our inception we have…

Why are NJ property taxes the nation’s highest?

For many years, the Tax Foundation has listed New Jersey as having the nation’s highest property taxes. Why are they so high? And why do most folks believe they are…

Did You Know You Have A Mandatory Government Expense In Retirement? This is part one to a series

When asked what I do for a living the response I give is that I help people plan for their only government mandatory expense in retirement. This is followed up…

Ending School Shootings and Suicide

Many years ago, back on June 6, 1956, the townspeople of Minoa, NY gathered together in the high school auditorium in what was described by event emcee and WFPL radio…