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"I've long maintained that there are three possible routes to repeal of ObamaCare: the courts, the presidential election, and our constitutional responsibility for oversight. With two of them having come up short, the third...more
The recently passed fiscal cliff legislation, i.e., the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (Act) [PDF], includes a number of provisions addressing Medicare and Medicaid. One of these provisions extends the recovery period...more
The Need For Municipalities To Sell Tax Liens
In New Jersey, unpaid real estate taxes are a “continuous lien” on land, N.J.S.A. § 54:5-6. However, it is often not easy for municipalities to realize a sufficient financial...more
Just in time for the end-of-year push to fund the Government and to "create more jobs," members of Congress and President Obama had a rare moment of consensus when they unanimously(!) repealed an extremely unpopular...more
Costs Free - Judge Roger Berner. ...more
As part of legislation enacted at the end of 2010, the U.S. Congress extended several beneficial tax provisions for businesses, including the research credit, active financing exception under Subpart F and look-through rule...more
The following sums were collected and remitted back to the various departments (Total: $570,976.27).
This is a $1016.54 increase in collections from last years’s total, ($569,959.73).
The “total county cost” in the 2006...more
The following sums were collected and remitted back to the
various departments (Total: $569,959.73).
This is a $47,628.07 increase in collections from last years’s
The “total county cost” in the...more
The following sums were collected and remitted back to the various departments (Total: $522,331.66).
It should be noted that the “total county cost” in the 2004 budget as adopted was only $128,412.00.