Steven Studer kept to himself for most of his life, but before his death in March he planned on having some company.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mike Cooney raised over $720,000 in the last two months, bringing his fundraising total to $1.8 million, campaign officials said Monday.
ATLANTIC CITY — A first-of-its-kind partnership among state and local governments, the casino industry, organized labor and charitable organizations resulted in a successful and efficient food distribution event for out-of-work casino employees and residents.
The Eagle Theatre in Hammonton will not be staging its next production, "Back to the Warning Track," when it was originally scheduled, which was April 24 to May 17.
Charitable contributions are one of the few deductions where the allowable percentage increased as part of the TCJA. Greater contributions may make itemizing feasible – and you'll help others in the process.
If you have a high-deductible health care plan, you can contribute to an HSA with pre-tax dollars. Contributions are tax deductible, and withdrawals for qualifying medical expenses are also tax-free. Contribution limits for 2020 are $3,500 individual/$7,000 family, with a $1,000 catch-up if you're 55 or older.
Save money by timing certain transactions. For example, IRA contributions for the 2019 tax year can be made until April 15, 2020 – well into the 2020 tax year.
Put those precious pre-tax dollars in a 401(k) or traditional IRA and save for retirement while deferring taxes until you are retired (and likely in a lower tax bracket). For tax year 2020, 401(k) contribution limits are $19,500 with a $6,500 catch up for taxpayers aged fifty and above. IRA limits are $6,000 with a $1,000 catch-up.
Listen for mention of Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, two associates of Giuliani’s arrested at an airport last month while trying to leave the country with one-way tickets.
Montana’s Hutterite colonies support at least 2,191 jobs and $365 million in revenue for state businesses, according to a new study.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday left in place Montana's voter-approved limits on contributions to political campaigns in state elections, a decision that likely ends a legal challenge that lasted more than seven years and disrupted the 2012 governor's race.
A tobacco company spent $5 million in less than 20 days to defeat a Montana ballot initiative to raise the state's tobacco tax, countered by $2.7 million raised by initiative supporters in the final weeks before the election, according to new campaign finance reports.
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Montana's campaign contribution limits will stay in place for the June 5 primary elections after a federal appeals court decided against revisiting the issue.
The fundraising gap continues to widen between Montana Democrats vying to challenge Republican U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte.