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A tax credit is a dollar-for-dollar reduction of taxes owed. Some tax credits are refundable meaning if you are eligible and claim one, you can get the rest of it in the form of a tax refund even after your tax liability has been reduced to zero.
TRENTON –Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa today announced a statewide ban on the manufacture, distribution, sale, and possession of any of the hundreds of dangerous, manmade chemicals designed to mimic the effects of marijuana, commonly known as “synthetic marijuana,” “K2,” or “Spice.”
Congressman Ron Paul deserves the Republican Party nomination for president because he would prove to be the most dramatic contrast with Barack Obama and right now the nation would benefit by a clear distinction between the philosophy offered by Democrats and that of the GOP.
Economic cheerleaders on Wall Street and in the White House are taking heart. The US has had three straight months of faster job growth. The number of Americans each week filing new claims for unemployment benefits is down by more than 50,000 since early January. Corporate profits are healthy. The S&P 500 on Friday closed at a post-financial crisis high.
Only New Jersey today has a law on the books that requires professional certification for central sterile technicians, the workers who clean and sterilize medical devices between procedures, most often in units located in hospital basements.
Free tax return preparation assistance is available for eligible military members and their spouses. The IRS and U.S. Armed Forces participate in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, which provides free tax advice, tax preparation, return filing and other tax assistance to military members and their families.
TRENTON – The New Jersey Department of Education has selected Rutgers University Graduate School of Education to conduct an independent evaluation of the Excellent Educators for New Jersey teacher evaluation pilot program currently underway in 10 districts across the state.
TRENTON – An audit by New Jersey’s Office of the State Comptroller determined that New Jersey’s local governments could save more than $100 million per year by enrolling in the state health plan instead of more expensive alternatives.
TRENTON – Legislation to create a state health insurance exchange, a competitive marketplace where individuals, families and employers will be able to purchase affordable, quality health care coverage, was approved Monday by the Senate Commerce Committee.