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How does tax reform affect divorced people?

The federal tax reform undoubtedly will have a substantial impact on New Jersey residents and businesses for years to come. But, amid the uncertainty...

Back to the chalkboard: A look at school funding and property taxes

As New Jersey students return to school, it is paramount that we continue the conversation on two of the biggest issues facing our state: the costs...


Happy anniversary to ROI-NJ

When you open a new business — especially one in the media — it can be hard to determine your start date. Is it the first day you begin work,...

Scenes from a small town on 9/11: A trip around Morris Plains

Jennifer Tyburski was sitting in the only car in the parking lot of the Morris Plains 9/11 Memorial, staring at the twisted metal that makes up one...


Publisher’s Picks: What to look for when becoming an empty-nester

My three sons have returned to their college dorms for the fall and my wife and I are enjoying our newfound ENS (Empty Nest Syndrome). That means the...

At NJIT, getting word out about big accomplishments helped spur big jump in U.S. News rankings

New Jersey Institute of Technology was thrilled to see the efforts it has made to improve its facilities, faculty, student body and programs result...


Read ROI-NJ’s September 10, 2018, issue

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GoFundMe scandal with homeless vet hurts wide range of people, organizations

We’ve all seen the story of the couple who raised more than $400,000 for the homeless veteran and then (allegedly) kept most of the money for...


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