STATE — A new George Mason University study on public pension systems across the USA says New Jersey’s system will go broke between three and nine years from now without massive reform.
TRENTON – Assembly Democrats announced a schedule for upcoming Budget Committee meetings and said the lack of information available from Gov. Chris Christie’s administration on property tax caps highlight the need for a thoughtful review.
TRENTON – Congress failed to pass legislation this week that would extend the filing deadline for unemployment claimants for the federally-funded Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC) program. Congress will be in recess and any new bill would not be considered for a vote until Congress returns on July 12.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Nonfarm payroll employment fell by 125,000 in June, according to data released by the federal government today. Many of the jobs lost were because of a large drop in the number of temporary workers needed for the U.S. Census.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – New unemployment claims are on the rise, according to data released today by the federal Department of Labor.
NEWARK– The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) and New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program™ will continue the federally-funded appliance rebate program, beginning on July 1.
JERSEY CITY – School is out and students are ready to ditch the books and enjoy the long summer days. However, the summer months can be an ideal time to educate children and teenagers about an important lesson not often taught during the school year – financial responsibility.
NEW YORK, N.Y. – Federal officials moved to shut down seven websites that allegedly facilitated the distribution of pirated movies.
(StatePoint) Between planning your family vacation, keeping the kids occupied and beating the heat, the summer can be a busy time for both you and your wallet. One place you shouldn’t have to hurt financially is in the grocery store.
Last year’s stock market declines took their toll on many Americans, but retirees or near-retirees were among the most affected.