Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Christie releases financial disclosure, banks on clean breath

Looks like the Christies might not have been effected by the controversial millionaire's tax (which affects incomes higher than $500,000).

Christie releases financial disclosure, banks on clean breath

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Money is pinned to ribbon on one of the statues as an offering during the annual Procession of Saints during the Italian Market Festival  on May 15. (David Maialetti / Staff Photographer)
Money is pinned to ribbon on one of the statues as an offering during the annual Procession of Saints during the Italian Market Festival on May 15. (David Maialetti / Staff Photographer)

Looks like the Christies might not have been effected by the controversial millionaire's tax (which affects incomes higher than $500,000).

The governor and his wife, Mary Pat, released their financial disclosure statements this week. Mary Pat works part-time as a vice president at Cantor Fitzgerald investment bank in New York and earned between $250,000 and $500,000. Last year, she earned more than $500,000. Christie makes $175,000 as governor.

The Christies also have more than a half-million dollars in real estate, and have between $100,000 and $250,000 in royalty rights from Listerine mouthwash, which is produced by New Jersey's Johnson & Johnson.

We'll get more info about the Christies' finances once their income taxes are released later this year. He filed for an extension on filing his taxes. Check out the financial disclosure form, here.

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