Most people are somewhat familiar with Medicare, since it’s likely they or a family member are already covered by the government-provided health insurance program. But with its alphabet soup of options and complex rules, Medicare can be daunting to the uninitiated.
If the financial consequences weren’t so damaging, you might almost find humor in how identity theft has butchered the English language in recent years.
In the current economy, it’s safe to say that many small businesses might have chalked up a net operating loss (NOL) during the last year or two.
STATE—A new report released today details the catastrophic path the New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund is on, showing the fund will run out of money by mid-2011 at the latest, placing road repairs, transit services and vital federal funds at risk.
Time goes by so quickly, it can be easy to forget important deadlines and even easier to let critical items fall to the nether regions of your to-do list. Whether you get to everything or not, time marches on — so we’d like to share some March reminders with you.
TRENTON – New Jersey employers continued to trim jobs; total employment fell by 9,100 jobs in January, according to statistics released by the state Department of Labor today.
With economic indicators fluctuating wildly, it’s impossible to know when the economy will recover; so many households are still struggling with the task of making ends meet. With the foreclosure rate in 2009 rising by 21 percent with nearly 4 million homes lost, the worries are very real.
MOUNTAINSIDE — The Internal Revenue Service announced several additional steps it is taking this tax season to help people having difficulties meeting their tax obligations because of unemployment or other financial problems.
ELIZABETH – The Small Business Development Center (NJSBDC) at Kean University has partnered with the City of Elizabeth to host a series of free, bi-weekly workshops for Elizabeth residents and small business owners on the topics of starting or establishing a small business.
Many people are often surprised to find themselves subject to the AMT, or alternative minimum tax. Although this tax was originally intended for a narrow group of taxpayers, it is now estimated to have an impact on millions of people.