WASHINGTON, D.C. — A new study by the Pew Fiscal Analysis Initiative projects that without significant revenue increases or spending reductions, the federal debt will climb to the unprecedented level of 132 percent of annual gross domestic product (GDP)—or $54 trillion—by 2035.
As with all challenges in a marriage, often what starts as a small issue can fester and grow into a large problem, given enough time.
CLARK— Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Rothman Institute for Entrepreneurship will host a presentation by Brian Moran, called “Leveraging Social Media to Grow Your Business,” at The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Clark on Friday, Oct. 1, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – A New Jersey senator is calling on the federal Department of Transportation to require the full disclosure of all ancillary fees on airline tickets.
STATE — In the week ending Sept. 18, the advance figure for seasonally adjusted initial unemployment claims was 465,000, an increase of 12,000 from the previous week’s revised figure of 453,000, according to data released today by the federal government.
ROSELAND – Where can you turn if you need to borrow money for your small business?
NEW BRUNSWICK — The New Jersey State Bar Foundation presents a free public seminar on Buying and Selling a Home on Tuesday, Oct. 19, from 7-9 p.m.
Millionaires can probably skip this column. Most likely they’ve already got a team of financial professionals advising them about the best ways to pass along their wealth. For the rest of us, however, a quick refresher course on how the IRS treats gifts might prove helpful.
EDISON — The Internal Revenue Service will host a special open house on Saturday, Sept. 25 to help taxpayers –– especially veterans and people with disabilities –– solve tax problems and respond to IRS notices.
STATE – Some non-profit organizations may lose their tax-exempt status for failing to fulfill IRS filing requirements for three consecutive years. The IRS is offering a one-time relief program allowing qualifying organizations to filing a return before Oct. 15.