Gov. Phil Murphy says he expects to close out the new budget with a surplus of about $1 billion.
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Jim Fakult and Marjorie Perry discuss the current and future business climate in New Jersey.
If you haven't filed your taxes yet, here are some changes to the tax code in 2019 that you should know about.
Now that tax filing season is underway, taxpayers in New Jersey are experiencing the impact of SALT limitations on their own returns, and for many, it’s not pretty.
What effect does New Jersey's high property taxes have on the state's real estate market?
After tallying up the dollars, the NJCPA found most of the property tax levy goes to schools.
Taxes are a tough topic to talk about. The common complaint in New Jersey is that our taxes are too high, and there is some validity to that.
Nicholas Amato says that New Jersey handle for this year's Super Bowl will be bigger than Nevada's. He also talks about creating bigger and better opportunities to keep New Jersey competitive as other ...
The African-American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey was established in 2007 to increase the overall competitiveness of the state of New Jersey by including diverse businesses.
The Stock Market is on track for its worst December since Great Depression.
Anjalee Khemlani, managing editor at ROI, is just returning after a whirlwind trip with Gov. Phil Murphy, who visited Germany and Israel.
Oyster Creek, which was the oldest commercially operating nuclear power plant in the U.S., went offline Monday afternoon.
What does the nearly $4 billion a year of state and federal funds on transportation mean for New Jersey?
The state will spend some $15 billion on K-12 education during the 2019 fiscal year, which is more than 40 percent of the total budget.
The New Jersey State Commission of Investigation report found some pawnshops, scrap yards and other secondhand stores are complicit in the opioid epidemic.