WASHINGTON, D.C. — Small nonprofit organizations at risk of losing their tax-exempt status because they failed to file required returns for 2007, 2008 and 2009 can preserve their status by filing returns by Oct. 15, under a one-time relief program, the Internal Revenue Service announced Monday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Internal Revenue Service issues a list of the top 12 tax scams each year – known as the Dirty Dozen. The scams are illegal and can lead to problems for taxpayers including significant penalties, interest and possible criminal prosecution.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Most of the practices deemed “unfair” or “deceptive” by the Federal Reserve have disappeared from new credit card offers since federal passage of the Credit CARD Act last year, according to a new report by the Pew Health Group’s Safe Credit Cards Project.
TRENTON — Assembly Budget Chairman Lou Greenwald called an Aug. 5 hearing into the projected $10.5 billion New Jersey state budget deficit for next fiscal year.
STATE – In the last six months, 325 families in danger of losing their homes have walked through the doors of the Housing Assistance Recovery Program.
State and local government budget cuts have taken their toll on practically every public service, including school districts.
Did you know that you may be able to deduct some of your job search expenses on your tax return?
STATE – New Jersey’s Division of Taxation began mailing out 2009 property tax reimbursement checks to seniors this week.
NEW BRUNSWICK– The U.S. is quickly losing ground as a leader in medical innovation and must embrace a public policy agenda to create jobs, cure chronic disease and ensure state and national competitiveness well into the future, a group of public and private sector leaders told a gathering of innovators and health officials at the Human Genetics Institute of New Jersey in Piscataway and at Cooper University Hospital in Camden Thursday.
Did you know that there are new rules governing the fees and penalties that credit card companies can charge you?