WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Department of the Treasury no longer offers paper U.S. Savings Bonds; the savings bond program went electronic after Dec. 31 – a move that is expected to save taxpayers $120 million over five years.
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STATE – The start of 2012 ushered in higher tolls on the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway, but that’s just part of the bad news for local commuters.
College costs are out of control. Total outstanding student loans hover around $1 trillion, second only to home mortgages. Student loan repayment takes a hefty toll on starting salaries even during good economic times. But with so many recent graduates unable to find a decent job – or any job – repayment can be a nightmare.
Todd Dagres, a prominent venture capitalist and independent movie producer, earned $3.5 million in 2003, and paid not a cent in federal income tax.
President Barack Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act on New Year’s Eve while few citizens were paying close attention to the radical attack on domestic democracy and freedom and provocation for another mid-East war. The controversial $662 billion spending…
The beginning of a new year is a great time to get your priorities in order and to set goals for the next 365 days. ACOG urges women to put health at the top of their 2010 to-do lists. Remember these healthy living tips:
In the United States, nearly nine in 10 abortions occur in the first trimester, but, until now, little was known about the 10% of women who have abortions at 13 weeks’ gestation or later. According to “Who Has Second-Trimester Abortions…
We began the second decade of the 21st Century with another tumultuous year. New Jersey has suffered through wild weather, with winter blizzards giving way to summer storms, Hurricane Irene and an October snowstorm that left some without power for nearly a week. And while the economy continued to show some positive signs, for too many their personal financial situation has yet to improve.
We published our look back at 2011, highlighting some of the memorable events of the year. Now it’s your turn. Tell us in the comments section: what will you remember about 2011?