Are you an active business owner or a passive one? That is, are you there handling the day-to-day operations of your enterprise, or are you more of an investor, providing capital but leaving the labor to others? The answer to that question has significant tax implications, as Barbara Weltman at the Big Ideas for Small […]
Gambling, JP Morgan and tech stocks. This content was originally published here.
caption A motorman on a New Jersey Transit commuter train bound for New York City looks back at the platform before moving the train at the Secaucus Junction station in Secaucus source REUTERS/Mike Segar A NJTransit commuter fell to the tracks Monday after the train’s conductor opened the wrong set of doors. The agency told […]
Last March, Marcum LLP, the mid-market accounting firm that has been slowly growing its Greater Hartford presence in recent years, officially launched its robotic process automation service to help clients reduce operating costs and increase efficiency. This content was originally published here.
New Jersey-based Expedition Motor Company is restoring vintage Mercedes-Benz G-Wagens from the early 1990s sourced from the German military and turning them into bespoke convertible SUVs with off-roading capabilities. Expedition Motor Company founder Alex Levin had an unconventional start to the business: he worked in real estate development before taking the career switch to pursue […]
NJBIA offers its congratulations to Sally Glick, principal and chief growth strategist at SobelCo; Jack Wurgaft, partner at Javerbaum Wurgaft of Hicks Kahn Wikstrom & Sinins; and Bressler, Amery & Ross. They will be honored for their work on behalf of victims of domestic violence by Partners for Women and Justice. The presentation is scheduled for May 1 […]
Sounding the Alarm on NJ’s Financial Crisis Jan29,2019 By NJBIA has begun sounding the alarm on New Jersey’s finances. When the state’s budget process kicks off in a month, the governor and lawmakers will need to confront what is in fact a fiscal crisis in New Jersey, but few officials are talking about it. To […]
As it did during Superstorm Sandy, the federal government is extending unemployment benefits to those who typically are not eligible for unemployment—independent contractors, the self-employed, sole proprietors and those without sufficient work history. Unlike Superstorm Sandy, the coronavirus pandemic is going to have a lot more people in this category filing for benefits—to the point […]