A NY Guide to Unsecured Small Business Loans

A NY Guide to Unsecured Small Business Loans

What is an Unsecured Small Business Loan and How Does it Work? An unsecured small business loan is a type of business loan that is not secured by any form of collateral. This means that the lender funds are not backed by anything and are at risk if the borrower defaults on the loan. There […]

5 Things To Rent From A Party Rental Company

5 Things To Rent From A Party Rental Company

A party rental company in Queens is a great way to have full access to numerous items which are typically too expensive to buy for a single party or event. But aside from the big expensive items like a cotton candy machine or audio equipment, there are many common items that can make your party […]

Do Pawnshops in NY Buy Gold?

Do Pawnshops in NY Buy Gold?

It’s very common for pawnshops in NY to buy gold items such as necklaces, bracelets, earrings and other jewelry. Deepening on the quality, age, and style of your gold you can get very competitive prices. When entering a pawnshop, it’s best to be prepared. You should do your research before getting the best price and […]

Business Law Basics for Entrepreneurs 

Business Law Basics for Entrepreneurs 

Business law is a field of law that governs the legal aspects of running a business. It is a broad term that covers many different areas of the law, including corporate governance, commercial law, securities regulation, employment law, and intellectual property. The purpose of this article is to provide an introduction to the different types […]

County Gas Sales Tax Cap to Take Effect: Gasoline Sales Tax Capped at $2 Through February 2023

County Gas Sales Tax Cap to Take Effect: Gasoline Sales Tax Capped at $2 Through February 2023

Rockland County Executive Ed Day and County Legislature Chairman Jay Hood Jr. remind residents the local sales cap tax on motor fuel, which is capped at $2 per gallon, goes into effect tomorrow, June 1. The change means local sales tax will only be applied to the first $2 of a gasoline purchase. Inspectors from […]

“Saluting Heroes For Their Sacrifice”

“Saluting Heroes For Their Sacrifice”

By County Executive Ed Day Memorial Day is without question the most solemn holiday of the year, paying tribute to those who served and paid the ultimate sacrifice. When the Civil War ended in 1865, it claimed more lives than any conflict in American History and the tragedy soon morphed into tributes for the fallen […]