Recently released data by the Food Research and Action Center shows that in 2015, only 48% of eligible New Jersey seniors participated in SNAP.
Naomi Mulgrave from Prudential Financial discusses the ways in which people can become more confident in their financial future.
At a news conference in Trenton Wednesday, Gov. Murphy maintained New Jersey had a "conceptual" deal on congestion pricing, despite New York's denials.
The IRS reported some 40% of Americans still hadn’t filed by April 5. It expected more than 14 million people to request extensions. Citizen Action prepared 6,000 returns for free in 2018.
Private sector businesses with 25 or more employees will now be required to set up a retirement savings program if they don’t already offer one.
According to the IRS, the average refund is down 8 percent from last year.
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.
The report found "unscrupulous activity” and “downright dangerous” rip-offs occurring at some used-car dealerships across the state.
Balancing budgets can be difficult when child care costs continue to rise.
Tax incentives for 401(k) retirement plans may change under the House GOP's plan.
Credit reporting agency Equifax disclosed a major systems breach which exposed people’s social security numbers and other personal data.
Rate of New Jersey gambling addiction is on the rise
That number is according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s 2015 Expenditures on Children by Families report.
About 200 million cards with enhanced 'chip security' are currently in circulation in the United States.
Assemblyman Sean Kean (R-30) says that current alimony laws are not equipped to deal with changed circumstances, such as the loss of a job or retirement.