STATE—With Labor Day behind us and the November elections fast approaching, New Jersey’s leading small business association—the National Federation of Independent Business—has launched a campaign to help focus voter attention on Saving New Jersey jobs.
MOUNTAINSIDE— In support of the Obama Administration’s efforts to promote access and affordability of college education, the Internal Revenue Service launched a new web section highlighting various tax breaks and 529 plan changes designed to help parents and students pay for college.
ELIZABETH – A new survey commissioned by Allstate Insurance Company, parent company of Allstate New Jersey Insurance Company (Allstate New Jersey), reveals Garden State college-aged adults are acquiring things at a prodigious pace. However, protecting those things is of little concern – to themselves or the parents who support them.
FLORHAM PARK—People are controlling costs now more than ever and rethinking big-ticket purchases – including new cars. AAA New Jersey wants to make sure that motorists are safe in any vehicle they drive.
MOUNTAINSIDE — For many citizens, owning and running a successful business is part of the American dream. And while most Americans take the day off in celebration of Labor Day, the Internal Revenue Service is ready to assist the nation’s small business owners and self-employed taxpayers.
These days, everyone is taking a new look at their finances — and no one is looking more closely than the millions of baby boomers who are nearing retirement age.
STATE—September marks the sixth month of President Obama’s economic stimulus tax credit boosting American paychecks. While the credit put more money directly into people’s pockets, it may have some unintended consequences. Many may see a big tax bill come April 15, 2010.
CRANFORD—The Cranford Public Library will host a free seminar, “College Financial Aid: How to Qualify for Your Fair Share and Plan for College,” on Tuesday, Sept. 22, at 7:30 p.m. in the Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue.
MOUNTAINSIDE — As summer comes to an end, many teachers and educators are preparing for the start of the new school year. That preparation may include purchasing items for the classroom from personal funds.
TRENTON—Though identity theft is on the rise for everyone, teens or college-bound students are at particular risk warns the Professional Insurance Agents of New Jersey Inc.