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Even if Dolly Lenz doesn’t believe that de Blasio will “kill the goose who laid the golden egg,” there has been much terrified speculation in the real estate industry about what impact the mayor-elect will have on the real estate market. Still, before pitching a fit about potential tax hikes, New York City homeowners would do well to take advantage of the tax breaks that are currently available to them.
Only half of New York City residents currently receiving the Basic STAR state property tax break this year have registered to receive the break this coming year, according to the Independent Budget Office—far below the statewide average of 66 percent. In order to receive the benefit, homeowners must register by December 31.
USA Today publisher Gannet revealed Tuesday in its earning call that JP Morgan Chase increased its share in the company threefold in the first quarter, becoming the company’s biggest shareholder, according to the New York Post.
Gannett disclosed in filings yesterday that JPMorgan boosted its 7.4 million-share stake to 24.3 million shares, making Read More
"I basically started Radar because I didn’t want to work at any other magazine," said Maer Roshan, the editor of the recently folded magazine. "And after six years, all of it came down to this."
Mr. Roshan was surveying his party, the night before Halloween, which had become a kind of Night of the Living Read More
Because the gossip weeklies closed their issues this week before Heath Ledger’s death (except for People, which features the late actor on their latest cover), they apparently had to find new ways to keep the rapt public’s attention focused in their direction. Star thought of one particularly unique way of doing this, Read More