Monthly Archives: June 2021

Will NJ charge sales tax on a leased car I bought?

Q. My vehicle was rented through Nissan. At the end of the lease, I took out a loan from a credit union. Nissan signed the title and paid the sales tax. Do I also have to pay sales tax when I present the title to the Motor Vehicle Commission to change the title? – Driver A. We have good news ...

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BNSF Railway announces two new certified sites

FORT WORTH, Texas – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – BNSF Railway Company (BNSF) today awarded two new sites its Certified Site designation. The new sites will bring their respective states to a total of three certified sites for Texas and four for Montana. In order to be considered for designation, sites must undergo a thorough analysis that includes an assessment of environmental ...

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Bank warns of ‘unprecedented’ increase in fraud

A leading bank has warned consumers of what it called an “unprecedented spike” in fraud. ank of Ireland said that up to 20 new scam websites appear every day. He said this week saw the highest number of new phishing sites on record. Phishing refers to crooks using a scam website that appears to resemble the legitimate website. Thieves use ...

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6 fun and educational interactive online entertainment websites

Every once in a while I need to find something that distracts me from stressful everyday activities, so I look for stimulating or relaxing things to do online. I wanted to share some of my recent findings with you, as you can also take a break from your usual daily chores or take the time to learn something new. Below ...

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Bill seeks to stop online sales of Secretary of State appointments

LANSING, MI – Selling your appointment to Secretary of State for profit would be prohibited under a bill introduced Tuesday by Michigan House Representative Ranjeev Puri, Township of D-Canton. The legislation comes as strong demand for the secretary of state’s services has resulted in the sale of appointment slots amid a planning backlog due to the pandemic. A search on ...

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Urovant Sciences and Sunovion Pharmaceuticals launch primary care co-promotion of GEMTESA® (vibegron) for patients with overactive bladder

IRVINE, CA & BASEL, Switzerland & MARLBOROUGH, Mass .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Urovant Sciences, Inc. and Sunovion Pharmaceuticals Inc. today announced the launch of co-promotion activities for GEMTESA® (vibegron) 75 mg tablets extend promotion to general practitioners through the deployment of Sunovion’s multi-specialty sales force. The collaboration is covered by a five-year US co-promotion agreement between the two companies concluded ...

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Google launches new website and resource bundle for food insecure Americans – TechCrunch

Google is launching a new suite of resources for people struggling with food insecurity in the United States today. The project includes the launch of a new website, “Find food supportWhich connects people to food aid resources, including hotlines, SNAP information, and a Google Maps location tool that directs people to their local food banks, pantries, and pickup locations. school ...

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Waikato DHB cyberattack: documents appear to have been posted online

An advisory from the Waikato District Health Board in May. Photo / Andrew McRae-RNZ By RNZ Waikato District Health Board documents appear to have been posted to the dark web after the ransomware attack that crippled the computer systems of five hospitals in May. RNZ was shown screenshots of what appears to be a link to a directory of sensitive ...

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Batmasians buy Deerfield Beach apartment complex for $ 46 million

Deerfield Lakes at 1100 South Military Trail to Deerfield Beach with James and Marta Batmasian (Newmark) James and Marta Batmasian’s investment firm bought an apartment complex in Deerfield Beach for $ 46 million. Their company, Investments Limited, purchased the 212-unit lakes in Deerfield at 1100 South Military Trail from GFI Capital Resources Group, according to a press release from the ...

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Governor Larry Hogan – Official website of the Governor of Maryland

Project restoration will provide financial incentives for the repossession of vacant retail and commercial spaceLease subsidies up to $ 2,500 per month, sales tax rebates up to $ 250,000 per year ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan today announced the launch of Project Restore, a $ 25 million economic stimulus initiative that will provide financial incentives to small businesses and commercial developers ...

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