Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Elul 21, 5774
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Amy Neifeld Shkedy and Rebecca Rosenberger Smolen, Jewish Federation Feature
With interest rates at historic lows, now is a better time than ever for individuals who are charitably inclined to create Charitable Lead Annuity Trusts (“CLATs”).
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With thousands of Pennsylvanians still unemployed or underemployed as Labor Day approaches, staff at JEVS Human Services are busy helping clients polish cover letters, practice for interviews, and, in some cases, overcome deeper personal issues that have prevented them from finding work
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Taking stock of your summer home
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Gail Snyder, This Summer Feature
C enter City residents Lynne and Ed Berkowitz call their Atlantic City condo “a piece of heaven.” Year-round, it offers a weekend respite from their busy lives operating a pharmacy and a chance to spend precious downtime with their two daughters and four grandchildren, who range in age from 2 to 6 years old. Lynne Berkowitz says, “In my entire...
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Justin Sacharoff Jewish Exponent Feature
Looking to Israel for talented start-up companies is hot right now in the business world. But Brian Rosenzweig and his partners at JANVEST Technologies, an angel investment fund based in Philadelphia and Tel Aviv, don't believe that the 64-year-old nation has been fully mined for its potential. Rosenzweig, managing partner and vice president of investor development for JANVEST, and his...
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Jewish groups are bracing for the impact that Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett's proposed $27.1 billion budget could have on poor and elderly constituents. The budget includes hundreds of millions of dollars in potential cuts and no tax increases. Corbett has stressed the need to instill greater fiscal responsibility and to cut down on fraud and waste in state government. In...
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