Don’t Leave Money on the Table! Apply for the NJ EDA NOL Program by June 30
he New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) has begun accepting applications online for this year’s New Jersey Technology Business Tax Certificate Transfer (NOL) Program. In essence, the NOL Program lets biotech and other tech companies with protected intellectual property sell their New Jersey tax losses and/or R&D tax credits to raise cash to finance their growth and operations. Emerging technology and biotechnology companies interested in applying should visit http://www.njeda.com/nol. Companies must apply online by June 30, 2017.
R&D Credit Lessens Payroll Tax Liability for Startups
For startups and small businesses with gross receipts of less than $5 million, the IRS has allowed up to $250,000 of an R&D credit to be applied against the company’s payroll tax liability.
New Technologies Make Podcasts More Popular Than Ever, Panelists Agree
Podcasting, introduced more than a decade ago as an innovative way to provide rich and diverse entertainment, news and other information in an audio format, is undergoing a resurgence as a result of advances in mobile applications and other technologies.
Tech Biz Tips: Branding for Tech Entrepreneurs
Successful tech entrepreneurs have learned the value of their brand. Often, brands like Apple, Google, Yahoo, and many others came from entrepreneurs thinking about something local to their start-up location or just their wild imagination.
Pop-Up Newsroom at Collaborative Journalism Summit Demonstrates the Value of Collaboration
Start with yes. That was the advice Cole Goins gave the audience at the Collaborative Journalism Summit during his panel on partnerships at Montclair State University on May 4. Goins is the director of community engagement at The Center for Investigative Reporting, where they know a few things about using collaboration to produce innovative journalism.