A SALT cap surprise (so far)

A SALT cap surprise (so far)

BY E.J. McMAHON From the Empire Center The newly enacted federal income law provision limiting state and local tax (SALT) deductions “is likely to substantially decrease home values” in New York, Connecticut, Maryland and New Jersey. So claims a federal lawsuit filed by those four states against the Trump administration with the goal of having the $10,000 […]

GOLDSTEIN LIEBERMAN & COMPANY LLC, HOLDS ON TO TOP SPOT AS LARGEST FIRM OF ITS KIND IN HUDSON VALLEY

GOLDSTEIN LIEBERMAN & COMPANY LLC, HOLDS ON TO TOP SPOT AS LARGEST FIRM OF ITS KIND IN HUDSON VALLEY

Phillip E. Goldstein, managing partner of Goldstein Lieberman & Company LLC, announces that the 64-year-old firm has once again ranked as the largest in the Hudson Valley region in terms of number of CPAs on staff by Westfair Publications, Inc.’s regional business journal, HV Biz. The listing appeared in the newspaper’s recently published annual resource […]

Timeline — 11/15

Governor Cuomo Forms Commission to Look into Power Utility Companies Hurricane Sandy affected millions of New Yorkers, leaving some without power for as long as two weeks. Governor Cuomo signed an Executive Order aimed at reducing that wait time for when the next big storm hits. A commission has been established under the Moreland Act […]

“WORST STORM IN COMPANY HISTORY” – O&R

“WORST STORM IN COMPANY HISTORY” – O&R

According to O&R spokesman Mike Donovan, Hurricane Sandy caused unprecedented damage. Donovan called Sandy, “The worst storm in company history. Double the amount of damage from Irene.” Donovan said 80 percent of O&R’s customers were affected adversely by the storm. Compared to last year’s two epic storms, Sandy blows them away. Donovan said, “Snowtober was […]

AAA on Port Authority Toll Hikes One Year Later: Where’s the Money?

Officials from AAA New York and AAA North Jersey called a press conference last week to mark the one-year anniversary of toll hikes by the Port Authority across all six of its bridges and tunnels. The plan, approved last year, calls for four separate toll increases by 2015. AAA officials at the conference called on […]

What’s Happening

BY GEORGE J. DACRE – The Newton Theatre in Newton, New Jersey is celebrating it’s first anniversary on Monday September 10 from 6 to 10 p.m. with a chance to win tickets to an upcoming performance. The theatre is located at 234 Spring Street. The list of upcoming shows includes performances by The Outlaws, Big […]

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