Many Americans have experienced tough times in the last year or so, including the loss of a job. If you’re uncertain how the tax laws apply to those who are unemployed or seeking a new position, the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJSCPA) offers some timely tax season advice:
Raising a family is challenging, even under the best circumstances. For those with special needs children, however, the emotional – and financial – stakes are raised dramatically. Medical bills and specialized care often far outweigh normal costs.
NEW PROVIDENCE—The New Jersey Small Business Development Center at Kean University has partnered with Affinity Federal Credit Union to host free business counseling services.
STATE – Taxpayer Assistance Centers in several New Jersey locations will be open on Saturday, March 27, from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
JERSEY CITY – For many people, tracking down last year’s financial statements, cash records and receipts for tax returns can be a full-time job.To make tax preparation easier this year or to be fully prepared for next year, consider reducing paperwork and utilizing online resources.
A college education remains a big-ticket item. In fact, the average annual tuition at a private four-year college is now $26,273, up 4.4 percent from last year, while annual tuition at public four-year colleges jumped 6.5 percent to $7,020.
It’s a staggering and sobering – statistic: More than half of Americans surveyed say they have less than $25,000 saved for retirement. Even those with greater resources can’t be sure they’ll live the comfortable retirement they envisioned.
MOUNTAINSIDE — The Internal Revenue Service issued its 2010 “dirty dozen” list of tax scams, including schemes involving return preparer fraud, hiding income offshore and phishing.
MOUNTAINSIDE – With the April 15 tax deadline approaching, here are five tips for New Jersey taxpayers from the Internal Revenue Service that will help the tax filing process run smoother than ever this year.
The name Bernard Madoff will forever be associated with investment fraud. Unfortunately, Madoff is not the only bad apple involved in handling the money of trusting investors. With the softening stock market, many fraudulent investment schemes across the country have come tumbling down like a house of cards.