This is welcomed news to many retirees or near retirees planning and budgeting for their retirement.
The tax abatement programs for all New Jersey cities dates back to 1961. Beginning in the late 1950s, commercial and manufacturing employers in large New Jersey cities began an exodus from the cities, not only taking with them thousands of jobs but substantially eroding the city’s tax base.
When the first medical cannabis dispensaries began to proliferate in California in the mid-1990s, legalization proponents were excited by the prospect for further developments in this young promising industry.
The role of the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is changing. CFOs face a new mandate to drive strategic growth across increasingly complex organizations.
By Jean Saylor, CPA, Partner last week, Governor Raimondo announced a pause for certain businesses to take effect November 30, 2020. […]
The implementation of Governmental Accounting Standards Board Statement 84, Fiduciary Activities (GASB 84), which requires compliance by June 30, 2021, will create challenges and significantly impact the accounting and reporting requirements of New Jersey school districts.