CLARK – In light of the current humanitarian disaster in Pakistan, you may be seeking ways to reach out and help. And while many organizations worldwide are accepting donations for this cause, it’s certainly in your best interest to evaluate the legitimacy of the organization before you contribute.
ROSELAND – Would you be able to list all the contents of your home if you had to? Most people could not, which is why it’s a good idea to create a written home inventory.
MADISON – The fall program of the O. Berk Company Family Business Forum kicks off on Sept. 16 with “An Examination of Family Business Boundaries,” presented by Jane Adams, best-selling author and renowned expert in managing personal, professional and family boundaries.
If you’ve ever paid a penalty for sending in your credit card payment late, the following news might spark your interest:
ISELIN– During this year’s Health and Wellness Day at the Iselin Fire House, Haigo Armenian Mouradian (right) of The Provident Bank provides financial advice to Vincent Dellatore (left), an Iselin branch customer.
STATE — New Jersey cheated investors who bought more than $26 billion worth of municipal bonds between August 2001 and April 2007, according to the first federal securities fraud complaint ever filed against a state government.
TRENTON- Employment in New Jersey fell in July and the state’s unemployment rate edged up to 9.7 percent. The loss was mainly due to a decline in public sector payrolls at the federal and local government levels.
In the past few recessionary years, most of us have gotten used to closely watching our expenses for everything from child rearing to college to retirement funding. Another important area where comparison shopping makes sense is funerals. Yes, funerals.
Are you getting married this summer? If you recently got married or are planning a wedding, the last thing on your mind is taxes. However, there are some important steps you need to take to avoid stress at tax time. Here are five tips from the IRS for newlyweds to keep in mind.
TRENTON—Statistics released this week by the New Jersey School Boards Association indicate that average teacher salary raises are dropping to the lowest point on record.