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In order to protect business taxpayers from identity theft, the IRS says it will begin masking sensitive data on business tax transcripts starting on Dec. 13 The IRS began informing tax professionals of this change during the summer nationwide tax forums and the announcement last week was intended to give stakeholders 30 days’ notice. The IRS began masking sensitive data on individual tax transcripts two years […]
Leaders of businesses and nonprofit organizations recently discussed the challenges employers are facing during COVID-19 when mental health concerns and the availability of childcare are increasingly important to their efforts to maintain a safe, healthy and productive workplace. Bridget O’Brien, director of SuperKids Child Care & Learning Center in Summit, said the child care industry is facing a “one-two punch.” The first hit was COVID-19’s impact on their industry and the second is from the Murphy […]
Tips for Reliably Forecasting Your Business’ Financial Results The UCEDC, a private nonprofit economic development corporation, has tips for business owners who want to responsibly project their cash flow and expenses. In this webinar, Alejandro Cruz of the UCEDC goes over how to make reliable financial assumptions in sales projections by using government databases that contain industry reports with useful information for formulating business plans. To view this free webinar that aired on Nov. 12, go here. Your email […]
A new study released today by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce finds that the five most in-demand workforce skills are: communication, teamwork, sales and customer service, leadership, and problem-solving abilities. The study, “Workplace Basics: The Competencies Employers Want,” found that strong communication skills are most in demand across the workforce. Employees earn […]
Learn more about Caldwell University’s Graduate Business from our School of Education faculty. The admission application fee will be waived for all attendees! Session is hosted virtually via Zoom. EVENT LINK BELOW 8:00 am – 9:30 am Virtual Admissions Open House Virtual Open House This content was originally published here.
During NJBIA’s recent virtual town hall, business leaders discussed the challenges of operating under the state’s broad one-size-fits-all COVID-19 mandates, as well as the exposure businesses face from lawsuits even when they are following the latest government safety guidelines. Speaking out on these topics were Frank Jones, a partner at Mints Insurance in Millville, and Alan Sobel, managing partner at SobelCo in Livingston, who is also the president of the New Jersey […]
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — New Jersey formally committed itself Wednesday to using offshore wind energy to power 3.2 million homes and will study the best ways to get that electricity from ocean turbines to communities where it is needed. The state Board of Public Utilities voted to adopt the state’s plan to build a transmission […]