The national conversation on our fiscal health for the past few months has been about whether to extend the Bush-era tax cuts for households with incomes over $250,000, or to allow them to expire on December 31st.
The Internal Revenue Service recently launched an unprecedented effort to provide some oversight over the tax preparation industry, including approximately 27,000 New Jersey tax preparers.
The holidays are an extremely difficult time for those people struggling with drug addiction and, even more so, those closest to the addicts. I would know because I was one of these individuals struggling with drug addiction.
With the holidays fast approaching, many Americans are in search of the latest and greatest children’s gifts to place under the tree. But amidst all the dolls, gadgets and superheroes, there’s one gift that, more than any other, can make a profound difference in the life of a child – the gift of reading.
TRENTON – New Jersey Department of Transportation Commissioner James Simpson today announced the completion and opening of the new ramp directly linking the Garden State Parkway southbound with I-78 eastbound.
RAHWAY — Just as you are hitting the malls and cybermalls looking for the ideal gift for that someone special this holiday season, be assured that con-artists are looking for ways to rip you off, Rahway Police Crime Prevention Officer Detective William Eicholz warns.
TRENTON – The Mega Millions jackpot climbed to $88 million for tonight’s drawing, which will be televised at 11 p.m. on NJN-TV – the New Jersey Network.
UNION COUNTY — Crime Stoppers of Union County has added two more ways that members of the public can anonymously report crimes to police.
NEW BRUNSWICK — A 21-year old Rutgers University student was killed yesterday when she was struck by a pickup truck while crossing Route 18 at George Street in New Brunswick, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and New Brunswick Police Director Peter Mangarella announced.