Q. Will New Jersey ever allow deductions for 529 plan contributions? -- Saving A. It's a great question, but at this point, your guess is as good as anyone's. It's impossible to know what will take priority in Trenton and eventually be made into law. For that reason, it makes sense to make your plans using the best information we have today. So let's look at 529 plans. They were created in 1996 under the Small Business Job Protection Act to aid families in funding higher education needs, said Altair Gobo, a certified financial planner with U.S. Financial Services in Fairfield. He said while contributions are made from after-tax money - no deductions - the earnings on the 529 account accumulate tax-deferred. This accumulation of tax-deferred earnings, if used for qualified educational expenses, can be withdrawn tax- and penalty-free. If you decide to use a 529 plan to save for college, most people start by looked at the plan offered by their home state. That's … [Read more...] about Will N.J. ever allow deductions for 529 plan contributions?
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Dennis Wagner azcentral.com | USA TODAY NETWORK Published 11:06 PM EDT Mar 27, 2018 ON THE U.S.-MEXICO BORDER — There is no wall here. There is no fence, either. There are no agents or drones or surveillance towers. Only a river and a breeze. We wade into the Rio Grande at a place called Boquillas Canyon, mud squishing between toes, midway through a nearly 2,000-mile journey. By car, by foot, and foremost by helicopter, we are here to see every inch of the U.S.-Mexico boundary. Our mission is to film the border, evaluate the existing fences, document this invisible line as it exists in 2017 — before any construction begins on what President Donald Trump has repeatedly called “a big, beautiful wall.” So far, we have followed this river from its mouth in the Gulf of Mexico. The Rio Grande undulates along more than half of the U.S.-Mexico boundary. Border agents have patrolled it for years, sometimes risking their lives to enforce … [Read more...] about A 2,000-mile journey in the shadow of the border wall
.......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... ..........Copyright © 2018 Albuquerque JournalU.S. Sen. Tom Udall wants to protect New Mexico’s national monuments from what he calls an overreach from the White House. U.S. Sen. Tom Udall says protecting the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments goes beyond the two Utah monuments. “This is about protecting all of our national monuments,” the New Mexico senator says. (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)He said that was among the motivations behind an amicus brief filed in an attempt to stop the reduction in size of two national monuments in southern Utah.ADVERTISEMENTSkipUdall and U.S. Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva, D-Arizona, were the leaders in the filing of the amicus brief in support of plaintiffs in five cases before the U.S. District Court for the District … [Read more...] about Amicus brief filed in bid to protect monuments, Udall says
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by At War BySophia Jones Oct. 5, 2018 This article is a partnership between The Fuller Project for International Reporting and The New York Times Magazine. Two dozen Afghan women in their early 20s, dressed in camouflage uniforms, trudge through prickly thistle plants under a nearly full moon. No one dares speak, the silence broken only by too-big army-issued boots crunching to a chorus of stray-dog howls and midsummer cricket chirps. It’s one of the first times these women, all seniors at the Afghan National Army Officer Academy in Kabul, have taken part in a nighttime exercise. Normally they would be tucked away in their dorm — its hallways plastered with posters of Marie Curie, Rosa Parks, Amelia Earhart and Col. Latifa Nabizada, Afghanistan’s first female helicopter pilot — … [Read more...] about The Many Dangers of Being an Afghan Woman in Uniform
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