4 Advantages of Transit Advertising

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YONKERS, WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — May 18, 2022 — As a marketer and advertiser, you will want to be strategic when it comes to where you decide to spend your money for advertising placements. As an advertiser, you will want to reach as many people in your intended audience as possible. So, where is one of the busiest places where …

eHezi4 Advantages of Transit Advertising

Why Do Supposed Muslim Victim Groups Find ‘Inspiration’ in the Victimization of Others?
By Raymond Ibrahim

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UNDISCLOSED LOCATION — May 2, 2022 — Speaking on the first day of Ramadan, April 1, 2022, Mahmoud al-Habbash, the Supreme Sharia Judge of the Palestinian Authority, extolled the jihads waged by the prophet of Islam, Muhammad, during Ramadan: How was this month [of Ramadan] in the life of Prophet [Muhammad]? … Did the Prophet spend Ramadan in calmness, serenity, …

Raymond IbrahimWhy Do Supposed Muslim Victim Groups Find ‘Inspiration’ in the Victimization of Others?
By Raymond Ibrahim

The Elites are Clueless When it Comes to Working People
By Socio-Economic Research Scholar Oren M. Levin-Waldman

Oren M. Levin-Waldman Archives, Bias / Bigotry, Business, Community, Connecticut, COVID-19, Culture, Dining/Cooking, Economic Development, Education, Emergency Services, Entertainment, Environmental, Finance, Governance, History, Law, People, Political Analysis, Politics, SocioEconomics, Unions 1 Comment

NEWARK, NJ — April 5, 2022 — One cannot help but think that we are living in an Alice in Wonderland world. We are confronted by record inflation, but the president of the United States claims the economy is strong. One perhaps might suppose that to be true just looking at a 3.6 percent unemployment rate. But that really says …

Oren M. Levin-WaldmanThe Elites are Clueless When it Comes to Working People
By Socio-Economic Research Scholar Oren M. Levin-Waldman

Timely Estate Strategies for an Opportune Moment
By Eric Meerman, CFP®, CVA, EA

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STAMFORD, CT — March 18, 2022 — Few Americans are currently subject to the federal gift and estate tax. But today, those Americans face a clearer picture of that tax’s future than they did a year ago. While some of these taxpayers braced themselves for major changes to the federal gift and estate tax after the 2020 election, they can …

TribuneTimely Estate Strategies for an Opportune Moment
By Eric Meerman, CFP®, CVA, EA

Things That Make a Good Annual Report

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YONKERS, WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — February 7, 2022 — Whether you are running a small or big business, you’re required to present a report to your members, shareholders, and donors every year. In that report, you are expected to write everything that concerns your business’s operations and financial status. If you are in doubt about the annual report you’re making, …

TribuneThings That Make a Good Annual Report

As Luxe Would Have It: The Delamar – West Hartford, Connecticut’s Award-Winning Hotel
By Barbara Barton Sloane

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WEST HARTFORD, CT — January 28, 2022 — Bet you didn’t know: West Hartford, Connecticut has been named by Travel & Leisure Magazine to be one of “America’s coolest suburbs.” Located midway between Boston and New York City, this destination is easily reached for a quick weekend get-away – and the perfect vantage point from which to explore the Capital …

Barbara Barton SloaneAs Luxe Would Have It: The Delamar – West Hartford, Connecticut’s Award-Winning Hotel
By Barbara Barton Sloane

Governor Hochul Unveils NY State Budget Proposal, TSTC Raises Concerns of Equity and Sustainability

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NEW YORK, NY — January 19, 2022 — On Tuesday, Governor Hochul unveiled a record-setting $216.3 billion budget proposal, helping to spur New York’s economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. Due to last year’s tax increase and an influx of federal aid, state officials are projecting a balanced budget through 2027. The budget includes $1 billion over three years in …

TribuneGovernor Hochul Unveils NY State Budget Proposal, TSTC Raises Concerns of Equity and Sustainability

Working From Home But Taxed At The Office
Co-authored By Eric Meermann, CFP®, CVA, EA, and Victoria Romaniello

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STAMFORD, CT — December 3, 2021 — The COVID-19 pandemic has been stressful for everyone. But if you worked remotely, and especially if you plan to continue doing so, don’t let a potential change to your taxes slip under the radar. If you live in the same state where you work, working from home usually should not create any new …

TribuneWorking From Home But Taxed At The Office
Co-authored By Eric Meermann, CFP®, CVA, EA, and Victoria Romaniello

Discovering “Fools Errand” as Written by Author Jeffrey S. Stephens

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GREENWICH, CT — November 9, 2021 —Fools Errand is the latest novel written by Author Jeffrey S. Stephens. “Fools Errand” immerses the reader in the  years after the death of the “fools’ gangster father, when a young man discovers a letter that sends him reluctantly defying the mob as he races to locate a hidden treasure. Blackie lived on the edges …

TribuneDiscovering “Fools Errand” as Written by Author Jeffrey S. Stephens

BEGINNINGS: Release, Energy, Hope
By BARBARA BARTON SLOANE

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PELHAM, NY — November 1, 2021 —  Can you feel it? That urge to fling open the wardrobe door and yank out a party dress, slick on some eyeliner and run out the door into the night. The pandemic has certainly taught us to add face mask and hand sanitizer to our checklist of “keys, credit cards, lipstick; however, evidence …

Barbara Barton SloaneBEGINNINGS: Release, Energy, Hope
By BARBARA BARTON SLOANE