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NJ homestead rebates to get new look under Gov. Christie

NJ homestead rebates to get new look under Gov. Christie
BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Eligible New Jersey taxpayers will be seeing their property tax rebates return — only a quarter at a time. Governor Christie said Monday he will restore the rebates that were eliminated in the budget last year.

Christie said the rebates will not come as an annual check, as they had in the past.

Myfoxphilly.com reports Christie told a town hall meeting in Chesilhurst on Monday that he'll reinstitute the rebate this spring and eligible residents will get them quarterly as a credit on their property tax bills. The governor said taxpayers eligible for rebates will see their reductions beginning in the second quarter of 2011. Christie said as the 2 percent property tax cap takes effect, his office will also try to offset additional increases.

 

401(k): What you should know about your plan

401(k): What you should know about your plan
BY ROBERT J. DIQUOLLO

Many employees take their 401(k)s for granted. They get the paperwork, choose some investments, and hand in their selections to Human Resources without looking at the fine print. ...

New Jerseyans pessimistic about their children's future

New Jerseyans pessimistic about their children's future

Only 24 percent confident life will be better for next generation

In contrast to their optimism about business conditions and their personal finances in the short term, New Jerseyans are pessimistic ab...

A N.J. mutual fund focusing on dividends

A N.J. mutual fund focusing on dividends
BY WARREN BOROSON
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM
BOROSON ON MONEY

A lot of smart people keep telling me that it's a good time to invest in dividend-paying stocks — because (1) yields from other sources are appall...

David Tepper CNBC interview provides optimism but …

David Tepper CNBC interview provides optimism but …

New Jersey hedge fund manager says investors should also be cautious

BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Hedge fund manager and New Jersey resident David Tepper isn't hedging his bets in today's market. He...

State Labor Department awards New Jersey businesses millions to improve worker skills

State Labor Department awards New Jersey businesses millions to improve worker skills

79 companies awarded customized training grants

The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development has awarded $3.4 million in job training grants to 79 businesses.

"This latest round of $3.4 ...

IRS refunds get new policy

IRS refunds get new policy
BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Always out for your best interests, the Internal Revenue Service is trying to protect taxpayers from high fees associated with loans on their refunds.

In the past, the I...

Small business financing trends emerging in 2011

Small business financing trends emerging in 2011
BY ROHIT ARORA

Already some financing trends are emerging as 2011 begins. Entrepreneurs have been learning since the credit market tightened that funding does not necessarily have to come from large b...

Poll: 48 percent of New Jerseyans say they are worse off financially than a year ago

Poll: 48 percent of New Jerseyans say they are worse off financially than a year agoForty-eight percent of New Jerseyans say they are worse off financially than they were a year ago, a 6-point decline from last January, according to an annual consumer survey by Fairleigh Dickinson Un...
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