Tom Bracken, president of the NJ Chamber of Commerce, says a lot of initiatives are ready to be rolled out, but things have to fall in place for them to happen.
We now close the books on the year in business for New Jersey.
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.
A 16-cent increase to the minimum wage goes into effect Jan. 1, and it starts the clock for Gov-Elect Murphy to make good on campaign promises pledging to boost it further.
The Center for Non-Profits president and CEO says fewer taxpayers will itemize charitable giving under the new tax plan, creating a disincentive to donate.
New Jersey has seven of the top 10 counties in the U.S. when it comes to losers in home price decline across the country.
2017 was a good year for the stock market, but can it repeat its performance in 2018?
There are more than 19,000 artifacts in the collection from Johnson & Johnson's history.
While Republicans celebrated their "historic" tax bill, homeowners in high property tax states panicked and called their accountants.
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.
A standing room only crowd of witnesses argued the pros and cons for hours over a deeply controversial bill that would make ratepayers subsidize PSEG’s nuclear power plants in Salem County -- at an ...
At a New Brunswick community forum, panelists and residents discuss housing and its effects on health and quality of life.
State-of-the-art project is part of the state’s efforts to update terminals.
Once again this week, Washington DC had a big say in the financial future of New Jersey residents.