Before I was ten years old, I learned a lot of things about life from my parents. At seven or eight, I could remember the sit-downs with mom and dad that I thought would be about one thing but ended up being about something else. No matter what the conversation was about, there was always a natural segue into a discussion about my parent’s general expectations for us as a family.
The IRS has a new form taxpayers must use to report most capital gains and losses from transactions relating to investment property. In previous years, these transactions would have been reported on your IRS Schedule D or D-1, but for tax year 2011, use Form 8949, Sales and Other Dispositions of Capital Assets.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Federal officials have approved New Jersey’s No Child Left Behind (NCLB) waiver application.
TRENTON–New Jersey’s nuclear power plants are operating safely and have effective response plans in place to deal with potential emergency situations, according to the final report of the Governor’s Nuclear Review Task Force, which examined lessons learned from the nuclear emergency that occurred in Japan last year in the wake of an earthquake and tsunami.
TRENTON – A Republican state senator has introduced a resolution that would put the question of whether to allow same-sex marriage to New Jersey voters this November.
RAHWAY — Democrat James J. Devine said new regulations published pursuant to the Affordable Care Act – President Barack Obama’s signature health reform law – will require insurance companies to provide consumers with clear, understandable and straightforward information about coverage and costs.
About 21 months ago, a proposed list of widely used chemicals that may pose health risks landed at the White House’s Office of Management and Budget for review.
Five Democratic super PACs are reaching out to party mega-donors, in a fledgling effort seeking $1 million to $10 million contributions, now that President Barack Obama has blessed the outside spending group working to get him re-elected.
NEWARK – Protesters who have been occupying Newark’s Military Park for the past two months have been instructed to remove their belongings and leave the park by 9 p.m. tonight.
TRENTON – New Jersey has joined a $25 billion joint state-federal settlement that resolves a national investigation into alleged foreclosure abuses, fraud and unacceptable business practices by the country’s five largest mortgage servicers, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced today.