INVESTOR ALERT - Purchase for about 1.5 BITCOINS! TAXES greatly reduced by the city!! Prime location, 3bdrm row home. You can see the Ocean Re…
TRENTON — Senate Republicans on Wednesday filed a legal challenge to new COVID-19 restrictions at the Statehouse complex, which require anyone…
The Senate bill to amend the Atlantic City casino payments-in-lieu-of-taxes law will be considered in the Appropriations and Budget committee Monday.
Q: My dad purchased an investment property in 2006 for $150,000. He put my name as joint owner with him. His intent was for me to become the sole owner of the property after his death. He died late last year. Prior to his death, he managed the property and did everything that had to do with the property. He took all the tax benefits and tax deductions having to do with it.
The changes affect the tax returns most Americans will submit in spring 2023.
DETROIT (AP) — After making a promise on Twitter, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has sold about 4.5 million shares of the electric car maker's stock, raising over $5 billion.
SILVER SPRING, Md. — Tesla shares closed Monday down nearly 5% after CEO Elon Musk said he would sell 10% of his holdings in the electric car maker — more than $20 billion worth by most calculations — based on the results of a poll he conducted on Twitter over the weekend.
ATLANTA — The son of R&B legend Gladys Knight has been sentenced to serve two years in prison for failing to withhold payroll taxes for th…
We have heard from a number of readers regarding the mention of elder abuse in a recent column, and one reader suggested reporting the abuser to the IRS.
Q: My wife’s youngest daughter is concerned about how we have set up our estate. We own three properties in Southern California and use two as rentals to supplement our retirement. All three properties are held in our living trust.
Q: We have two combined lots that we bought in 1984 for a total cost of about $50,000. A 100-year old cottage sits on one lot and the other lot is a landscaped garden with no structures. Over the past 37 years, we have spent quite a bit of money on landscaping, fencing, a new roof, a new garage and a complete gut job to the main floor and attic of the house.
One in a series of interviews with candidates in the Nov. 2 general election, based on editorial board meetings at The Press of Atlantic City.