New Jersey Health Club Tax

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Friday, September 15, 2006
By Yokota Fritz


The great state of New Jersey will soon implement two more incentives you should ride a bicycle for fitness and transportation by imposing a 7% sales tax on health club memberships and parking lot fees. If you pay to park to visit your gym, that's a double whammy. These changes to New Jersey tax law will take effect October 1.

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That's ridiculous. We should be taxing "bads" such as parking, not "goods" such as health club participation.
 
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