My 5 Best Stocks to Buy in 2021

January was pretty wild, and the rest of the year won’t necessarily be tame. But even if the major market indices had closed essentially flat for the first month of 2021, you’d be in great shape for the rest of the year if you had picked the right stocks.  Axon […]

The Rudest Things You Can Do On Slack

As many of us continue to work from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve gotten used to conducting our professional lives primarily in digital formats such as email, Zoom and Slack. In many ways, Slack is reminiscent of a social media platform with its easy communication and implementation of GIFs […]

Vaccinating smokers put too many people on line with seniors; Active rec in Liberty State Park mustn’t harm restoration; Topsy-turvy world in Jersey City politics | Letters

State must rethink vax plan I have read with great interest the opinion piece in The Jersey Journal (“Vaccine rollout a massive failure for seniors”; Jan. 29) and agree with everything written in the article. It was spot on, as were the letters by senior citizens relating the problems in securing […]

Many vie to be California’s next attorney general

Marc Thomas Kalweit Good morning and welcome as always to the A.M. Alert! ENDORSEMENTS FOR CALIFORNIA’S NEXT ATTORNEY GENERAL Via Lara Korte… As the U.S. Senate drags its feet scheduling a confirmation hearing for Health and Human Services Secretary-nominee Xavier Becerra, California attorneys are continuing to muster up for his […]

A Complete Guide for Filing This Year

What are the tax benefits of owning a home? Plenty of homeowners are asking themselves this right around now as they prepare to file their taxes. You may recall the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act—the most substantial overhaul to the U.S. tax code in more than 30 years—went into effect […]