New Jersey Business and Industry Association Vice President of Government Affairs Chris Emigholz called for a stop on “unrelenting” and “unnecessary” tax increases in his testimony on the FY 2021 State Budget before the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee today at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. While citing some positives for the business community in […]
Greg Dillon of OneTeam Financial joins us to talk about why you should be thinking about the taxes you’ll pay on your retirement savings now so you don’t have to spend your golden years on reruns of the Golden Girls.
The U.S. Department of Labor today announced its intent to make available approximately $65 million in funding for Reentry Project grants geared toward adults who have been involved in the justice system. The grants are administered by the department’s Employment and Training Administration (ETA). Signed into law on Dec. 21, 2018, the First Step Act reforms the […]
The Internal Revenue Service today reminded taxpayers that if they need to make a tax payment or owe and can’t pay, the IRS offers several options. This news release is part of a series of IRS tips called the Tax Time Guide, designed to help taxpayers file an accurate tax return. This year’s tax-filing deadline is […]
State Senator Anthony M. Bucco, (R-25), was the featured guest at the Feb. 5 Morris County ELC meeting where taxes, the financial impact of the state’s new Energy Master Plan, as well as the need for the State to show greater fiscal responsibility, were discussed. Attendees heard from Morris County Freeholder John Krickus as well. […]