People stash their money in safe havens such as savings accounts, Treasury Bills and Certificates of Deposit for a variety of reasons. It could be fear of losing money in the stock market, the security of knowing their deposits are government-insured or, with bank accounts at least, being able to quickly withdraw funds when needs arise.
MADISON— Calling all New Jersey high school students with bright ideas. The “2010 New Jersey Business Idea Competition” is now accepting entries seeking New Jersey’s best, commercially feasible business ideas.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Senate passed a bill on Thursday that would let taxpayers claim deduction on their 2009 returns for donations made to Haiti earthquake relief efforts.
CLARK—Hallmark Realtors has a Seniors Lifestyle Division to address the various real estate issues of maturing adults, 50 and over. Three sales associates—Joanne Mordas, Joyce Sretenovic and Michele Savage—have earned the SRES® Designation.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—States can save money and stimulate their economies by protecting funding for effective pre-kindergarten and home visiting programs, according to a new issue brief by the Partnership for America’s Economic Success.
TRENTON—New Jersey’s jobs situation remains bleak, with the state’s unemployment rate climbing to a 33-year high of 10.1 percent in December, according to statistics released today.
MOUNTAINSIDE—With recovery efforts underway many people may wish to contribute to relief funds for the victims of Haiti’s recent earthquake. Contributions for Haitian earthquake victims may be tax deductible.
By Jason Alderman If you’re plagued by winter drafts and high heating bills but can’t afford to weatherproof your home, the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) just might be able to help. Since 1976, WAP has…
CLARK– Investors Savings Bank has named Michael C. Tyrone, Sr. to the position of Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager of the Clark Central retail banking location in Clark.
NEWARK—A distribution plan that provides $5.15 million to investors who were defrauded by Robert Brennan has been approved, marking a significant milestone to a case the New Jersey Bureau of Securities began in 1995.