As resident of high-tax states rush to prepay their property taxes before the new year, the IRS issued an advisory saying prepayment may not be deductible.
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2017 was a good year for the stock market, but can it repeat its performance in 2018?
There are a lot of changes in the newly-signed tax bill. How does it affect your financial health?
The executive director of the New Jersey Society of CPAs breaks down the changes in the new tax reform bill.
Once again this week, Washington DC had a big say in the financial future of New Jersey residents.
The New Brunswick Development Corporation is moving the Hub City forward with ambitious new projects, including a new performing arts center and a 2 million square foot mixed-use development near the ...
Living and working in New Jersey has its benefits, as well as its challenges. And one of the big challenges is getting around the state. Whether it’s traffic or train delays, sometimes getting from ...
Since 1999, the All Stars Project of New Jersey has exposed some inner city kids to leadership and professional skills.
Retailers are expected to do well this holiday shopping season, both online and in stores.
Prosper Insights & Analytics finds that consumers plan to spend an average of $967.13 this year, up 3.4 percent from 2016.
Rich Miller recently retired after 22 years leading the Virtua group of health care providers. He reflects on how the health care industry has changed and what lies ahead.
Rep. Donald Norcross discusses how boosting apprenticeships in skilled trades could put more people back to work.
Jobs numbers positive this month
Rep. Norcross discusses apprenticeship program
YPO New Jersey members share concerns about running a business
Poll results on thoughts about helping small ...
Governor-elect Murphy has his work cut out for him, and several business groups around the state are already giving him a to-do list.
Money and politics, that’s was the focus of this week in business.