It’s a busy time, but you can find a few minutes to get tax information organized and that can help in April, according to Rosalind Sutch a CPA with Drucker and Scaccetti in Philadelphia.
Asked if the package, if enacted into law, would be enough to keep the Taj Mahal open, Robert Griffin, CEO of Trump Entertainment Resorts, would only say, “We will see.”
Bankrupt Trump Entertainment Resorts and the city of Atlantic City have reached a deal to let the city collect unpaid taxes.
The owners of the former Atlantic City casino, which closed on Sept. 2, filed an appeal Monday of a bankruptcy court order letting Atlantic City hold a tax sale of the unpaid debt.
Some restaurants add an 18% gratuity onto checks for parties of six or more. The IRS will now tax that tip.
Republican lawmakers say Gov.-elect Tom Wolf must be able to compromise and curb growing costs if he wants to advance an ambitious agenda that includes a tax increase on the natural gas industry in a Legislature with huge GOP majorities.
According to polls, a 60-year-trend could end with this race, as since 1954 the Pennsylvania governor office’s has alternated parties every 8 years.
There are a couple of really obvious things that a lot of newlyweds overlook when it comes to filing taxes.
The latest Rutgers Eagleton survey would suggest Christie’s not as popular as he used to be. In fact, those numbers are at their lowest levels in 3 years, according to poll director David Redlawsk.
With your social security number, criminals can open accounts in your name, potentially leaving you stuck with fraudulent charges.
How you pay your house keeper, and how much control you have over the job and the hours, will, in part, determine whether he or she is an employee or independent contractor.
Dom Giordano talked with Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about what he calls a crisis with public employee’s pensions.
Company policy requires a Waffle House waitress to return a huge tip – possibly because her accepting it would have had huge tax implications.
Gov. Chris Christie is vowing to veto a package of tax hikes being pushed by Democrats to fill New Jersey’s gaping budget hole.
Celebrating a bi-partisan effort to expand substance abuse treatment, both Governor Christie and NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney didn’t want to talk about the contentious effort to forge a budget in the next 12 days.