The Director of the Division of Taxation shall prepare and transmit to the Governor, the Legislature, and the State Revenue Forecasting Advisory Commission on or before the September 1 next following the January 1 next following enactment of this section and annually on or before each September 1 thereafter, a report concerning the revenue cost and distributional impact of this act in such a manner as to facilitate an evaluation of its costs in State tax revenue forgone and its benefits in new job creation. To facilitate an understanding of the gross amount and percentage of credits claimed in relation to the size, number and income of corporations and the number of new employees, the report shall include statistical analyses of the number and value of credits granted and anticipated to be granted, and the number of new employees. To facilitate an understanding of the distinction between the number of new employees resulting from the availability of the credits and the number of new employees not resulting from availability of the credits, the report shall include statistics concerning the mean cost, in State tax revenue forgone, of providing the credits resulting in employment of a single full-time employee in specific industries, the relative rate of increase in the number of new employees between corporations using the credit and those not using the credit, and increases in employment in the State and the region. The director shall include in the report such further observations and recommendations about the use or administration of the credit as the director deems appropriate.
The State Revenue Forecasting Advisory Commission shall prepare and transmit to the Governor and Legislature, on or before the November 1 next following the January 1 next following the enactment of this section and biennially on or before each second November 1 thereafter, a report providing a cost-benefit analysis of the credits provided under this act and the retention and stimulation of employment in the manufacturing sector, together with its recommendations as to whether the credits provided under this act should remain permanent.
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