The ultimate cost of opposing corruption

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In the spring of 2016 the world learned about the “Panama Papers”, more than a million leaked documents from powerful law firm Mossack Fonseca that showed money laundering and corruption of hundreds of the wealthiest families in the world. The leak report titled “The Revolution Will Be Digitised” exposed the ways that financial corruption is […]

The good news/bad news for New Jersey workers on Trump’s health care cuts

Posted 1 CommentPosted in Accounting, New Jersey, Trumpcare

Here are six key points for New Jersey workers following the 10/12/2017 Trump executive order on health care: Only 150,000 of the 9 million New Jersey residents, less than 2 percent of the state population, are affected by the Trump health care cut, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid. New Jersey does not […]

NJ flood news dominates my web traffic

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A review of my web site traffic for the past month indicates that the four heaviest traffic days featured new posts describing the effects of flooding at the Delaware Bay in New Jersey. These accounted for more web site visits than any other topic. A month ago I reported that state and country sources independently confirmed […]

Health plans for New Jersey Farmers

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Affordable Care Act, Employee Benefits, Farming, Health Insurance, New Jersey

This is a pre-publication draft of an article intended for print media. New Jersey’s farmers have it tough when it comes to negotiating a path through health care reform. New Jersey insurance markets have been expensive, compared to other states, since the 1990s.  Health plans for self-employed people provide in-network care only and this can […]