UTICA, N.Y. – Nine out of 10 voters believe it is important for the federal government to act to reduce our nation’s long-term debt, according to a new IBOPE Zogby Interactive poll.
NEW BRUNSWICK — A former accounts receivable clerk has been sentenced to serve five years in a New Jersey state prison for stealing more than $300,000 from her employer over a three-year period, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced Tuesday.
WEST TRENTON – Temperatures and heat indexes are estimated to hit in the upper 90s, and possibly even reach 100 degrees or higher. Children, older adults, people with disabilities and pets are most at risk during excessive temperatures.
RAHWAY – A Vietnam veteran’s sacrifice will be recognized in Rahway next week.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Internal Revenue Service is encouraging taxpayers to guard against being misled by unscrupulous individuals trying to persuade them to file false claims for tax credits or rebates.
Budgets are like diets: No single approach works for everyone; overly complicated plans rarely work for long; and sometimes it takes a few tries before you get it right.
If there is any absolute maxim by which the federal government seems to operate, it is that the American taxpayer always gets ripped off, and Americans would do well to keep that in mind as Congress and the White House debate whether or not to raise the debt ceiling from its current high of $14.3 trillion.
TRENTON – Asw. Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-Mercer) plans to introduce a bill that would return live New Jersey Lottery drawings to television.
TRENTON – A Roselle man was sentenced today to 37 months in prison for his role in a conspiracy to file thousands of false and fraudulent federal income tax returns that caused the IRS to issue over $3 million in refund checks, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
TRENTON – Senate Democrats have been unsuccessful in their attempts to overturn Gov. Chris Christie’s line-item vetoes of spending items in New Jersey’s current fiscal year budget.
Senate President Stephen Sweeney (D-Gloucester) placed 39 resolutions on today’s voting agenda to restore specific spending items cut by the governor. Both the Senate and Assembly would need to approve the resolutions by a two-thirds majority to overturn the governor’s vetoes.