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  • Family finances: How do I convert my house to a rental property?

    A real estate agent who has experience leasing properties is a good place to start. Be prepared to meet prospective renters so you can ask questions that aren't covered by boilerplate applications. The signed leasing agreement should list the expenses the...
  • Schweyer, Ramos hit the campaign trail for Allentown's 22nd

    "Espanol?" Steven Ramos, the Republican candidate for Allentown's new 22nd state House District, extends the offer to potential voters as he canvasses an East Side neighborhood a week before the upcoming election. For some of the residents he...
  • Allentown's 2015 budget holds the line on property taxes

    Allentown's 2015 budget holds the line on property taxes
    Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski on Monday released his 2015 budget, a $97 million spending plan that calls for no increases in property taxes — the 10th straight year the city has gone without an increase. The plan, which Pawlowski will present to...
  • Access Health CT Chief Talks About New Job, New Challenges

    Access Health CT Chief Talks About New Job, New Challenges
    The new face of Access Health CT, James Wadleigh, is a native Vermonter, a skier, a father of four, and a tech guy who sometimes loses sleep over the possibility of a glitch in the system. In late August, the board of Access Health CT, Connecticut's...
  • If it's Taxachusetts, are we Vir-clipped? Some unexpected business tax climate data

    If it's Taxachusetts, are we Vir-clipped? Some unexpected business tax climate data
    Funny, but the people who run businesses must care about their own income taxes as well as corporate tax rates when assessing a state's business climate -- or so some data from the Tax Foundation, a nonpartisan group, suggests. The Foundation ranks...
  • Kutztown awards $183K grant to support workforce development and other company news

    Kutztown awards workforce training grant The Kutztown University Small Business Development Center recently announced an award of $182,936 through the Workforce and Economic Development Network of Pennsylvania. This grant will support workforce...
  • Voters approve Virginia tax break for war widows, widowers

    UPDATE - 1 p.m., Nov 5: An amendment to Virginia's constitution giving war widows and widowers a property tax exemption passed overwhelmingly Tuesday, according to unofficial results from the State Board of Elections. With 2,553 of 2,557 precincts...
  • New York and Los Angeles Fight for Latenight Shows With Incentives

    When CBS announced last summer that Stephen Colbert would stay in New York when he takes over "Late Show," it wasn't much of a surprise in Los Angeles, even though Mayor Eric Garcetti had made overtures to lure the show West. In Gotham the production is...
  • Nonbinding votes on minimum wage, millionaire tax on track for Democrats

    Nonbinding votes on minimum wage, millionaire tax on track for Democrats
    Two referendum questions aimed at boosting Election Day turnout among Democrats were on track to pass overwhelmingly Tuesday, with voters backing an increase in the minimum wage and higher income taxes for millionaires. Neither of those statewide ballot...
  • Williams voters toss open space tax

    Williams voters toss open space tax
    Williams Township voters narrowly ended an earned income tax that has been used for years to preserve open space. On Tuesday, 1,045 votes were cast to end the 0.25 percent earned income tax that went toward the township's open space preservation fund....
  • Raul Bocanegra, Co-Author of California Film Incentives Bill, Trails in Assembly Re-Election Bid

    In one of the bigger upsets in state politics in this year's midterms, Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra, who co-authored the legislation to extend and expand California's film and TV tax credit, is trailing his opponent, Patty Lopez, another Democrat who...