New Jersey has become unattractive to business owners, and southern states are picking up the slack. The evidence is a growing list of companies, closing their doors in New Jersey and headed elsewhere.
The ranking Republican of the state Senate's budget committee says New Jersey is so over-regulated and over-taxed that he would move his manufacturing company to Pennsylvania if he wasn't a state senator.
With many folks desperate to get their hands on any extra money possible, cash-for-gold establishments have been popping up all over New Jersey. Under current state law, they are required to submit transaction records to law enforcement officials. However, some towns feel more rules are needed.
The U.S. Senate is considering the Small Business Jobs and Tax Relief Act of 2012 which would create an estimated one million new jobs across the country, including nearly 30,000 in New Jersey, according to a new independent report by the Regional Economic Models, Inc (REMI). The Senate yesterday vo…
The Jersey "comeback" may be underway, but a new survey ranks Jersey as the 5th worst state in the country when it comes to business friendliness - however that's an improvement from last year, when the Garden state was ranked 3rd worst!