PARK CITY, Utah — The journey I embarked on when I made the decision to leave a successful career in the health insurance business was a spiritual one. I can trace the decision to a true epiphany, to the very moment I saw hundreds of people standing, soaking wet, in long, slow-moving lines, waiting to get medical care that was being provided in animal stalls at a fairground in Wise County, Virginia.
Last month, about two dozen deep-pocketed Republicans gathered in New York City to hear a money pitch from then Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour.
Two years after a controversial Supreme Court ruling lifted many restrictions on political spending, America’s campaign finance laws have officially become a joke.
Mitt Romney continues to enjoy a huge advantage in support from “super PACs” overall, but is running about even with a pro-Newt Gingrich group in South Carolina, records show.
STATE – While self-serve gas stations are the norm in most of the United States, most New Jersey voters don’t want to start pumping their own gas.
For most of us, income tax calculations don’t change much from year to year. But thanks to the roller coaster economy of the past few years, many people have undergone major life changes that can have a significant impact – good or bad – on their taxable income and how they should file taxes.
If your pay from work involves compensation through tips, then the IRS would like you to be aware of a few facts about tip income. Here are four key points to keep in mind:
(NAPSI)—About half of American adults suffer with at least one chronic condition, such as heart disease, cancer or diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
WESTFIELD — The Choral Art Society of New Jersey, celebrating its 50th Season, will be performing Felix Mendelssohn’s Oratorio, Paulus (St. Paul), Op. 36, on Saturday, Jan. 21, at 8 p.m. at The Presbyterian Church in Westfield located at the corner of Mountain Avenue and East Broad Street.
NEWARK – Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, the Red Hot Chili Peppers have announced additional dates to their upcoming I’m With You World Tour. The band will be at the Prudential Center on Friday, May 4. This concert in Newark marks the band’s only appearance in the New York/New Jersey area.