Private-sector employment in New York increased faster than the nationwide recovery rate in the month of April, according to The April count of private-sector employment was estimated at 7.4 million jobs, up slight Read More
New York's spending on public elementary and secondary education reached $25,139 per pupil during the 2018-19 school year, once again surpassing all states in . The Empire State's public schools spent 91 percent more than the nati Read More
Today was the (rescheduled) deadline for filing 2020 federal income tax returns, which makes this New York's third annual SALT-Free Income Tax Day. By midnight tonight, most Empire State residents will have been remind Read More
As New York and the Nation emerge from the depths of the Covid-19 pandemic and look to the future, many property owners are deciding whether and where to relocate their business or place of residence. Read More
Voters will cast ballots next Tuesday, May 18 on proposed budgets for school districts across New York State. New York State’s highest in the nation average per-pupil expenditure would rise to $28,658 per pupil, an increase of $1,145 per student, or 4.2 percent. Read More
Some New York nursing homes are likely to scale back their use of higher-trained personnel if proposed minimum staffing ratios become law, according to a review of existing employment patterns. Read More
Lawmakers in Albany are again advancing the New York Health Act, which would abolish private health insurance and herd all New Yorkers into a state-run “single payer” plan financed with massive tax hikes. Instead of building on recent progress Read More
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