CRANFORD—Learn about “25 Businesses You Can Start with Little or No Money” at the Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue, on Tuesday, Dec. 7, at 7:30 p.m.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — People can now weatherize their homes and be rewarded for their efforts. According to the Internal Revenue Service, homeowners making energy-saving improvements this fall can cut their winter heating bills and lower their 2010 tax bill as well.
MOUNTAINSIDE – You may not be thinking about your tax return right now, but now is a great time to start planning for next year and to make sure your records are organized.
For many, mid-November through New Year’s Day is a blur of activity when important tasks get ignored. Who has time to review their benefits and tax paperwork when holiday planning looms overhead?
TRENTON – Workers in New Jersey will see at least one tax rate cut in 2011. The employee payroll tax rate for the Family Leave Insurance (FLI) program will be adjusted downward beginning Jan. 1, 2011, giving the state’s economy an estimated $57 million boost.
ISELIN – Indus American Bank (IAB) recently launched a “Community Partnership Program” designed to help organizations raise funds to benefit community members they serve.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. economy added 151,000 jobs in October, according to data released by the federal Department of Labor this morning. The unemployment rate, essentially unchanged since May, remained at 9.6 percent.
ISELIN – Indus American Bank recently received the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) District Director’s Award as a Breakthrough Lender of the Year in the state of New Jersey.
NEWARK – PSE&G is urging its customers to see if they are eligible for help to pay their winter heating bills. Those who recently lost their jobs, or are now working fewer hours because of the economic downturn, may now qualify for assistance programs.
ROSELAND – The country’s economic downturn has created a new legion of entrepreneurs who are working from home after losing a job. As the year comes to a close and these people begin gathering information for their 2010 tax returns, many will consider using their home office as a tax deduction for the first time.