Fiserv to Open Location in New Jersey

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29) announced it will open a new office in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, expanding the company’s presence in the Garden State. Global FinTech Fiserv on Wednesday (Sept.

New Jersey Outlaws Cashless Businesses

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New Jersey has passed a law banning cashless stores and restaurants, according to reports. New Jersey is the second state to outlaw cashless stores after Massachusetts, which signed a similar bill into law back in 1978. Philadelphia recently became the first major city to pass a ban on cashless shops; New York, San Francisco, Chicago and Washington are reportedly considering passing similar legislation.

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New Jersey Aspire Program

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New Jersey Shore To Open Memorial Day Weekend

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Residents itching to visit the New Jersey shore over the Memorial Day weekend can break out bathing suits and head to the beach. COVID-19 has infected nearly 151,000 people across New Jersey. Retail new jersey News reopening What's Hot

New Jersey State Tax Updates

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New Jersey To Cease Covid-19 Telecommuting Tax Relief

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Recreational Cannabis is Legal in New Jersey, Now What?

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IRS Extends Filing and Payment Dates for New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania

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New Jersey Getting Closer To Legalizing Recreational Marijuana

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New Jersey Governor Philip D. According to a report in The New York Times , if the agreement wins enough support in the state legislature, New Jersey could be next to enable legal use of pot. The news marks a big step forward in the governor’s vow to introduce recreational marijuana into New Jersey. New Jersey will need to stay ahead of the curve if it wants to maximize the expected economic benefits.”.

The New Jersey BAIT Due Date Extensions – A Potential “Bait and Switch” for the Unwary

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The New Jersey BAIT As many may be aware, in early 2020, New Jersey enacted P.L.2019, c.320 the Pass-Through Business Alternative Income Tax (BAIT) Act, effective for tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2020.

What to Expect if Recreational Cannabis Passes in New Jersey

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IRS Extends Filing and Payment Dates for 10 Counties in New Jersey and 7 Counties in New York

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New Jersey’s Cross River Bank Picks Up Analytics Company PeerIQ

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CRB, based in Fort Lee, New Jersey, is the parent company of Cross River Bank , a state-chartered community bank. CRB Group has acquired PeerIQ , a data and risk analytics company that helps lending institutions analyze, assess and manage risk.

New Jersey Shows The Good And Bad Of Gambling Payments Progress

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Among recent developments is the addition of PayPal to the sportsbook operated by DraftKings in New Jersey. Payment processing has been among the chief dampeners of performance in New Jersey’s regulated online gambling market,” observed Legal Sports Report. At launch, New Jersey’s legal online casino sites struggled with credit card decline rates exceeding 75 percent,” the report said. It’s a good time to be a sports gambler. Football. Hockey.

Hayley Shulman Receives New Jersey Society of CPAs 2021 Woman to Watch Ovation Award

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New Jersey Amnesty Program Ends Jan. 15

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New Jersey is currently running an amnesty program that allows taxpayers an opportunity to become compliant with certain state tax liabilities and unfiled tax returns. The state has identified certain companies and individuals with outstanding liabilities on account and contacted them regarding this program; however, companies and individuals that were not contacted by the state are also eligible to participate

Hurricane Ida Tax Relief – New Jersey Provides “Big Apple-like” Relief While New York State and City “Cherry Pick” Taxpayer Relief

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As noted in our recent alert , IR-2021-179 {“Tax Relief”} as initially issued and updated, provides comprehensive relief to business and individual taxpayers affected by Hurricane Ida in the Tri-State area.

Hurricane Ida Tax Relief – New Jersey Provides “Big Apple-like” Relief While New York State and City “Cherry Pick” Taxpayer Relief

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As noted in our recent alert , IR-2021-179 {“Tax Relief”} as initially issued and updated, provides comprehensive relief to business and individual taxpayers affected by Hurricane Ida in the Tri-State area.

New Jersey Update on Recreational Cannabis: The First Set of Rules

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Is 2021 the Year of the New Jersey Financial Transaction Tax?

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Withum’s Jessica Hollobaugh Appointed to Serve on the New Jersey Supreme Court District VII Fee Arbitration Committee

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New Jersey’s $5B American Dream Mall To Reopen In October

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The wait is over for shoppers who have missed the $5 billion American Dream Mall in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Last week, New Jersey Gov. On Thursday (Sept.

New Jersey Corporate Tax Overhaul: 2019 Planning Considerations

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In 2018, New Jersey Gov. In 2018, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed Assembly Bill No. 4202 into law. The bill included tax provisions that respond to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Most significantly, changes were made to the Corporation Business Tax. Later that year, Gov. Murphy signed Assembly Bill No. 4495, which then made technical corrections to Assembly Bill No. 4202 and clarified effective dates. Phil Murphy signed Assembly Bill No. 4202 into law.

USA Labor Law Updates

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The IRS (Internal Revenue Service) has proposed several new employer credits to assist business owners during COVID 19. Employer Considerations: The new credits introduced by the IRS can be instrumental in helping businesses stay afloat during these unprecedented times.

NJ Legislators Propose Tighter Data Privacy Regulations

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Lawmakers in New Jersey are proposing a bill to solidify data privacy guidelines and inflict tougher limits on the tech industry, The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday (March 2). New Jersey joins Washington, Illinois and other states and regions in introducing data privacy laws.

New York To Sunbelt State Tourists: Stay Home

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With coronavirus infection rates soaring in the Sunbelt, the governors of New York, Connecticut and New Jersey are teaming up to slap a 14-day quarantine on travelers from states where the deadly virus is spiking. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, New Jersey Gov.

NJ’s Internet Gambling Revenues Soar To $80M In April

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New Jersey’s big bet on online gambling has paid off, with revenues skyrocketing to a record $80 million in April. New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement said the state’s licensed online gambling operators generated a combined income of $80 million in April.

Boxed And Costco Have Their Roots In A 1970s New Jersey A&P Store

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A&P named its concept Warehouse Economy Outlet — or “Where Economy Originates” — and opened its first location in Pennsauken, New Jersey, in 1971. In another commercial , a spokesperson proclaimed, “It’s a brand-new concept: You shop at a modern supermarket with wild warehouse prices,” as the slogan “wild warehouse prices” flashed across the screen. If Amazon does end up acquiring Boxed, perhaps the new Costco card will be an Amazon Prime membership.

NJ Launches First Mobile App For Lottery Tickets

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New Jersey is the first state lottery to authorize lottery courier services formally, enabling the placement of orders via a mobile app, according to an announcement from the company. . The company is available as of now in New Jersey, Texas, New Hampshire, and Minnesota.

College Students Seek Lower Fall Tuition As Schools Plan To Stick With Digital Classes

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Pupils at New York City’s Pratt Institute have done the same. For example, The College of New Jersey this week announced that while it’s “keeping tuition flat,” it will cut overall student costs by 3.5

NJ: Uber Owes $650M In Taxes After Misclassifying Drivers

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New Jersey’s Department of Labor and Workforce Development claims that Uber owes the state around $650 million in unemployment and disability insurance taxes because it has been wrongly classifying its drivers as independent contractors. We are challenging this preliminary, but incorrect, determination, because drivers are independent contractors in New Jersey and elsewhere,” said Alix Anfang, an Uber spokeswoman, according to Bloomberg Law.

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NJ Online Gaming Revenue Set To Grow 66 Pct This Year

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With blackjack and roulette on mobile phones, the growing market for online sports wagering in New Jersey has introduced gamblers to virtual casino games. Mobile betting, however, is only allowed in five: New Jersey, West Virginia, Iowa, Pennsylvania and Nevada per earlier reports.

Bitcoin Daily: Avanti Preparing To Apply For Banking Charter; NJ Lawmaker Introduces Regulatory Rules On Crypto

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Meanwhile, a New Jersey lawmaker has introduced a bill that would require cryptocurrency firms to obtain a license before being able to operate, according to Coin Telegraph. 20, which would introduce new standards and rules for how crypto businesses operate.

Bitcoin Daily: NJ Assembles Blockchain Initiative Task Force; IBM Eyes Blockchain Browser

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New Jersey ’s governor has signed a bill to implement a Blockchain Initiative Task Force. In other news, IBM recently filed a new patent application for a blockchain-based web browser. “In Bitcoin bill bitcoin Blockchain Blockstream FATF IBM Legislation mining new jersey News patent task force web browser What's Hot

New York To Limit The Number Of Event Attendees Amid Coronavirus

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As New Jersey and New York limit the number of people at events because of COVID-19 fears, the governor of New York said meetings of over 500 individuals would not be allowed following Friday evening with some exclusions. Coronavirus new jersey New York News What's Hot

Report: 80 Pct. Of NJ Gamblers Place Wagers Online

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Mobile sports betting is quickly growing to a point where New Jersey is close to topping Las Vegas as the country’s biggest market, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday (Sept. Mobile betting, however, is only allowed in five: New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Iowa and Nevada. In May, New Jersey surpassed Nevada for the first time. According to an analysis released in January, “New Jersey’s online sportsbooks accounted for $241.05

Smart Cities Projects Testing IoT Technology To Fix Traffic, Transit Woes

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Singapore, Tokyo, New York, London and Shanghai are leading cities in spending this year. Among the major smart city deployments, both New York and London are participating in a major rollout of connected sidewalk kiosks, which will replace existing phone booths and offer residents free Wi-Fi access, device charging and tablets with maps and city information. New Jersey Transit , the third largest transit system in the U.S.,

Uber Of X: Rent-A-Ref, Sports Officials For Any Game Or Tournament

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Based out of Riverside, California, the website (and soon-to-be mobile platform) has been working with leagues all over the state, as well as in Colorado, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Illinois, Wisconsin and Texas. uber of x California Colorado Illinois Massachusetts new jersey New York referee referees rent-a-ref Texas Uber of X What's Hot WisconsinPerhaps the most overlooked person in any sport is the most important one: the referee.

Top News In Payments: Elavon To Buy UK Gateway Sage Pay; Germany To Make Digital Payment Providers Open Systems To Rivals

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Also, Apple criticized the vote of German lawmakers to pass new legislation that would make it open up its mobile payment system to rival providers. Apple criticized the vote of German lawmakers’ to pass new legislation that would make it open up its mobile payment system to competing providers. 1 when City National Bank of New Jersey closed its three branches. In today’s top payments news, U.S. Bancorp subsidiary Elavon is acquiring U.K.

Supreme Court Reverses State Ban On Sports Betting

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New Jersey was the ringleader of the effort, though it did enlist support from 17 other states and three additional state governors. “I am thrilled to see the Supreme Court finally side with New Jersey and strike down the arbitrary ban on sports betting imposed by Congress decades ago,” New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy said Monday. Regulation gambling law new jersey News regulation SCOTUS Sports betting sports gambling supreme court

Blue Apron’s Move To NJ Facility Affecting 24 Percent Of Its Workforce

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Just one month after its IPO, Blue Apron is closing a New Jersey facility and moving 1,270 jobs to a larger site opening in the state later this year. According to Bloomberg Technology , more than half of the employees at the Jersey City facility have decided to move to Linden, New Jersey, a company spokeswoman said. The original Jersey City fulfillment center will close by October.

Retail Fail: When Easter Bunnies Attack

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It was definitely the latter for anyone who happened to be at the Newport Centre mall in Jersey City, New Jersey, on Sunday (March 20), with The Washington Post sharing the story of one Kevin Pineda, an onlooker who captured on video a rather raucous incident wherein the mall’s Easter bunny (AKA an adult man in a rabbit costume) got into a fistfight with a shopper. “I Retail easter new jersey Retail Fail retail what's hot social media twitter What's Hot

Sales Tax and Vitamins/Dietary Supplements

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The products are tax-exempt (more or less) in the District of Columbia, Florida, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Texas, Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming. You won’t find too many more confusing sales tax scenarios than the one involving dietary supplements.

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