Many Garden State high school seniors have recently made their decisions on where to attend college next fall. To help them, Department of Banking and Insurance (DOBI) Commissioner Ken Kobylowski is offering advice to new and returning higher education students and their parents to help them make smart financial decisions.
Today, New Jersey’s top law enforcement official and the Division of Consumer Affairs’ Bureau of Securities issued an alert to all New Jersey investors regarding a foreign-based company known as ‘Profitable Sunrise,’ which has allegedly attempted to sell unregistered investment contracts through multiple online sources. This has prompted serious concern and action by securities officials throughout the country.
By now, most people have heard of so-called ‘quickie tax refund loans.’ New Jersey’s top law enforcement official is warning Garden State residents to be smart when filing your tax returns. These ultra-fast refund shops could actually cut deeply into federal refunds.
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