WELCOME SUPER BOWL TO NJ, NOW PAY YOUR TAXES

The Super Bowl will mean big business to New Jersey’s bottom line on taxation.  Every player in Sunday’s Super Bowl played in New Jersey will have have to give a portion of their salary to the New Jersey Division of Taxation.  New Jersey puts a tax of nearly nine percent on every professional athlete that comes to the State to play.  Florida has hosted 15 Super Bowls, and has no personal income tax.