New Jersey taxpayers will see some major changes in the coming years due to a deal made aiming to fund the state’s Transportation Fund. Perhaps most noticeable will be a 23-cent increase in gasoline taxes, which will be used to fund highway and transportation projects. In exchange for that tax hike, legislators are lowering the … Continue reading What the 23 Cent Gas Tax Means for Estate Taxes in NJ
When you purchase a home in New Jersey, you have to comply with the laws and regulations of the municipality in which the property lies. Local governments have an interest in ensuring that the homes that people occupy are safe and comply with local ordinances, and they often use the sale of a property as … Continue reading What Documents will I need to Purchase a Home in New Jersey?
One of the lesser known aspects of chapters 7 and 11 bankruptcy proceedings is the idea of an involuntary bankruptcy, one that creditors bring against a debtor themselves. Let’s take a closer look at some of the nuts and bolts of involuntary bankruptcy. Why they happen. There are several reasons why a creditor could choose … Continue reading Involuntary Bankruptcy Explained