Massachusetts added 8,100 jobs in March, and unemployment dropped 0.2 of a percentage point to 6.3 percent, according toRead More
Thanks to higher tax rates and an improving economy, Fiscal Year 2014 is shaping up to be very good for everyone’s favorite government agency, the Internal Revenue Service. According to the Congressional Budget Office’s projections , receipts from October 2013 to March 2014 are $1,300 billion. That’s over $100 billion more than the same period in Fiscal Year 2013, or a roughly 10 percent increase. The extra revenue included a $92 billion increase in personal income tax withholdings, a $17 billion increase in corporate tax income, and $12 billion more in receipts from the Federal Reserve.
Massachusetts Labor and Workforce Development Secretary Rachel Kaprielian will tour the 4th Annual WorkforceRead More
Health & Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius resigned on Friday -- giving up control over the Affordable Care ActRead More
Over the past couple of weeks, I have written that I have become concerned with the loads on JetBlue’s daily flight toRead More
The Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern MA, ME, RI and VT (BBB) cautions consumers of illegitimate charities and scamsRead More
Massachusetts Labor and Workforce Development Secretary Rachel Kaprielian announced Wednesday $5.4 million in WorkforceRead More
Another piece of the healthcare reform law – deductible limits for small group plans – has been repealed.
The Worcester Regional Research Bureau will have its 29th annual meeting – titled “Managing Cities: Insight from theRead More
Fort Lauderdale is a major destination for JetBlue and is in fact one of their 6 focus cities, which means that JetBlueRead More
With the 16th Annual Qunisigamond Community College (QCC) Spelling BEE just one day away, employees at Worcester CreditRead More
The Worcester Roots Project, a collective of youth and adult organizers looking to create opportunities for economic,Read More