BUSINESS & FINANCE
TOP STORIES ooooooooo

Gas Meters Removed on Park Ave. in Scotch Plains

July 21, 2016

SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- After controversey earlier this year, the gas meters on Park Ave. have been removed.

Soon after the meters were placed in front of Apple Blossom Florist, the Little Shop of Comics, John's Meat Market and other storefronts in March, business owners were upset by the decision to place the meters at these locations in the first place.

Following the ...

Fanwood Flea Market and Collectible Show at Train Station on Sat, July 16

FANWOOD, NJ -- Saturday, July 16, there will be a flea market at the Fanwood train station parking lot from 10:00 a.m. -- 5:00 p.m.

The market will include over 50 exhibitors displaying an array of merchandise such as handbags, sports collectibles, jewelry for all ages, clothing, gift items, gloves & scarves, toys, perfumes, antiques & collectibles,and garage/tag sale ...

Free “Entrepreneurship 101” Workshop Prepares Aspiring Small Business Owners

UNION COUNTY, NJ It’s the American dream – having your own business, being your own boss, setting your own hours….But before you take the plunge (or before you get in too deep in a business that you just started), you need to do some serious self-reflection and homework.

That’s why UCEDC, a statewide economic development corporation, is offering an intensive six-week ...

Why New Jersey Is The Second Worst Place to Retire

SCOTCH PLAINS/FANWOOD, NJ -- New Jersey trails only New York as the worst state to live in for retirees, according to a new report by Kiplinger.

The magazine writes that "both living costs and taxes in New Jersey take a big bite out of retirement nest eggs." Further, the combined state and local tax burden is the second-highest in the nation.

If you get sick, it'll cost you ...

Gas Meters Removed on Park Ave. in Scotch Plains

July 21, 2016

SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- After controversey earlier this year, the gas meters on Park Ave. have been removed.

Soon after the meters were placed in front of Apple Blossom Florist, the Little Shop of Comics, John's Meat Market and other storefronts in March, business owners were upset by the decision to place the meters at these locations in the first place.

Following the ...

TAP Into Another Town's News:

TAP Into Another Town's News:

Sign Up for E-News

Scotch Plains/Fanwood

Levine, Jacobs & Company, LLC Member Explores the Impact of Wealthy New Jerseyan's exodus from NJ to Florida

LIVINGSTON, NJ – Michael H. Karu, CPA/CFF/CGMA and Member of Livingston’s Levine, Jacobs & Company, L.L.C., was recently highlighted by "NJBIZ" in an article entitled, “The Ripple Effect: Experts weigh impact of Tepper's exit from N.J. to Florida.”

The article is based on the million-dollar tax loss the state of New Jersey might face as a ...

What To Do About Aging Parents: A 15 Pt Check-List

 A hundred years ago people in the US were extremely old in the US if they lived past 65. What a difference living in 2016 makes! Reaching age 65 now represents just the 2/3 mark for many people expected to live to 95 and beyond. Health, exercise and medical advances all make this possible in a way unimaginable through most of human history.

That’s wonderful news, but what ...

Understanding New Jersey's Prevention of Domestic Violence Act

New Jersey's Prevention of Domestic Violence Act protects individuals in married, dating, cohabiting and co-parenting relationships from 18 categories of criminal acts by their significant others, including harassment and coercion.  In C.G. v. E.G., an unpublished decision dated June 30, 2016, Judge Lawrence Jones, Superior Court of New Jersey, Ocean County, reiterated ...