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Updated: Which N.J. towns have the highest property taxes in relation to income?

Updated: Which N.J. towns have the highest property taxes in relation to income?

It may seem as though one can't go to a dinner party in New Jersey without the conversation of property taxes arising. The Garden State has developed...

Atlantic Stewardship Bank appoints commercial lending officer

Atlantic Stewardship Bank has appointed Jeff Halverstadt to vice president/commercial lending officer of its commercial lending division in Midland...

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It's the win-win scenario the state of New Jersey dreams about.

Ocean Shore Holding announces dividend

Ocean Shore Holding Co. announced Friday that its board of directors has declared a quarterly cash dividend.

Sweeney, Prieto announce new TTF deal with estate tax repeal

Sweeney, Prieto announce new TTF deal with estate tax repeal

Senate President Steve Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto announced Friday that they had come to terms on a new agreement to replenish the...

Lakeland Bank appoints 6 new officers

Lakeland Bank, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lakeland Bankcorp Inc., has promoted and hired six new officers to its team, according to Thomas J.

A loan for love: Promise Financial helps couples finance their wedding

Perhaps it's a rhetorical question this time of year. What's harder to do: Find the perfect person to marry — or find a way to pay for the...

Lending firm leaves Manhattan, cuts ribbon on new Jersey City headquarters

After securing the approval for a 10-year, $16.8 million Grow New Jersey award from the Economic Development Authority in February, small business...

Fraud fighter: Darryl Neier puts his experience in law enforcement to use with Sobel & Co.'s forensic accounting group

Fraud fighter: Darryl Neier puts his experience in law enforcement to use with Sobel & Co.'s forensic accounting group

Darryl Neier knows how faulty accounting and criminal fraud can occur in the for-profit corporate world for an average of 18 months before being...

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