CPAs in New Jersey expect their business to grow in the year ahead and have a positive view of New Jersey’s economic performance, but a majority also expect their clients will pay more taxes in 2015 than in 2014, according to a new survey.

The survey, conducted last month by the New Jersey Society of CPAs and Capitol One Bank at the NJSCPA Annual Convention & Expo in Atlantic City found that 74 percent of those surveyed feel the New Jersey economy is performing as well or better than the national economy, while 26 percent believe the state’s economy is doing worse than the nation overall.

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