TRENTON – Tonight’s Powerball jackpot is worth up to $250 million. No one has won the game’s top prize since a Pennsylvania couple claimed the jackpot worth $128.8 million in the Christmas Eve drawing last year.
A mysterious corporate donor to an outside spending group supporting Mitt Romney’s campaign for president isn’t a corporation at all, but a former executive of Romney’s old employer, Bain & Co., and his wife, according to records.
TRENTON – A former fiscal analyst for the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development has pleaded guilty to stealing approximately $18,525 in state funds by issuing unauthorized government checks, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced today.
Many people may not realize the Social Security benefits they received in 2011 may be taxable. All Social Security recipients should receive a Form SSA-1099 from the Social Security Administration which shows the total amount of their benefits. You can use this information to help you determine if your benefits are taxable. Here are seven tips from the IRS to help you:
WESTFIELD – Gov. Chris Christie will hold a town hall meeting at the Westfield National Guard Armory located at 500 Rahway Avenue, on Wednesday, Feb. 8. Doors will open at 9:45 a.m. and seating is on a first come, first served basis.
TRENTON – A bill which would expand employment opportunities for certain ex-offenders was unanimously approved by the Senate Law and Public Safety Committee Monday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — As part of a continuing effort to improve service to taxpayers, the Internal Revenue Service announced the availability of a new online tool to help people easily find a location for volunteer tax preparation assistance.
STATE – New Jersey residents say the most pressing issues facing the state are property taxes and jobs, according a new Monmouth University/NJ Press Media Poll. Each of those issues were identified by 42 percent of respondents, while public schools (20 percent), general economic conditions (19 percent), and other taxes (15 percent) were also identified as causes for concern.
Of all the investments made by the super-wealthy partners at Bain Capital, perhaps none have a greater potential return than the one they have made in Mitt Romney.
Fisker Automotive, maker of exotic electric sports cars being built with help from a $529 million federal loan, has announced layoffs at its Delaware plant as it tries to persuade the Department of Energy to continue backing it with public money.