Address review – October 2019

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Legal, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Self-employed, Tax Planning

For all of my adult life I’ve had more than one address. Occasionally government entities and agencies have launched investigations or made complaints about my address. I suspect this is politically motivated but I have no proof. Those government actions have accelerated lately and I anticipate more aggressive prosecutions in the future. The tension is […]

Feds turning against small farmers?

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Aquaculture, Farming, Food and Drink, Health and wellness, New Jersey

Comments by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary this week disturbed many of us who support smaller farms and fisheries. USDA Secretary Purdue seemed to signal that the federal government does not recognize the inherent value of a wide independent network of food producers. I fear that small innovative farm operations, greenhouses, and […]

WikiDelphia.org – what’s not to love!

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Small Business, Social Media

Metropolitan Philadelphia is a wonderful place thanks to the people committed to seeing it strengthen and improve. We cover parts of three states where the Delaware River flows into the Bay; a crucially important inflection point for our country’s history and its future. I’ve lived here in this Delaware Valley region from the northwestern suburbs […]

New Jersey small business survey

Posted Leave a commentPosted in New Jersey, Small Business

The voice and thoughts of small business owners should be heard, and we are asking you to participate in a research group of 1,000 small business owners throughout New Jersey to respond to key public policy issues. The research will be conducted by the Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) Rothman Institute of Entrepreneurship and FDU Poll, […]

Happy SBDC Day! March 20, 2019

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Business networking, New Jersey, Small Business

Today is Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Day with over 1,000 events being held across the nation. I’m planning to attend an event at the Richard Stockton College office in Atlantic City later this morning. That NJSBDC office, led by dynamic director Carol Waties, has been helpful over the years in the development of Baysave’s […]

Enough with the immigration lies

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Aquaculture, immigration, New Jersey, News and Politics, Off-Topic

Introduction: My background with immigration is working with construction, agricultural and fisheries businesses in New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania that use immigrants for the majority of their work force. I know dozens of these workers who came here legally on work visas and are still waiting for their extension paperwork. Ironically, some of them […]

Support for NJ minimum wage bill

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Government, New Jersey, News and Politics, Small Business

Update: Thanks to all who supported this effort over the last several years. The $15 minimum wage proposal is now law in New Jersey. I took time this morning to write to the nine members of the NJ Assembly Labor Committee plus our own two Assemblymen and a local Chamber of Commerce that opposes the […]