District 38 Senator Bob Gordon co-introduces bill that would give a tax credit to small business owners who hire those out of work for 30 days or longer.
Monday, September 17, 2012
District 38 Senator Bob Gordon (D - Bergen and Passaic) has introduced legislation designed to help encourage small businesses to hire those who have been out of work for 30 days or longer by providing them with a credit on their payroll taxes. Gordon and Senate President Steve Sweeney (D – Gloucester, Salem, Cumberland) introduced this bill, which is also known as the “New Jobs for New Jersey Tax Credit Program” last Friday, according to a statement from the New Jersey Senate Democrats. Under the program any business that employs 100 or fewer full-time people would become eligible for a tax credit against either their corporate businesses or gross income tax, whichever applies to them, for each unemployed person they newly hire. This …
Sen. Gordon and Assembly members Wagner and Eustace will open a satellite office to better serve constituents throughout district.
Local officials and residents from across District 38 are invited to Bergenfield Tuesday as Senator Bob Gordon, Assemblywoman Connie Wagner and Assemblyman Tim Eustace host an open house to celebrate the opening of their new constituent service office on South Washington Street. “We are very excited to open our new office in downtown Bergenfield and get to know our neighbors a bit better,” said Gordon (D-Fair Lawn). “This new office will provide constituents of the 38th district more office location options and greater access to both their legislators and the constituent services our offices provide.” The joint office, at 35 South Washington St., will serve as an additional service center to constituents. Gordon currently operates mainly …