A frequently overlooked topic in discussions about personal finance is how to best purchase durable goods. Durable goods are products that don’t have to be purchased frequently, usually last for longer periods and are typically kept for five years or more. This definition encompasses a wide range of items such as automobiles, appliances,
Paramus—What drives you? What motivates you? For some people, that might be a challenging question. However, for Mike Aghachi, owner and founder of LuxQue, a boutique real estate marketing firm, the answer is simple. He wants to give back to those who helped him and his family.
The Jewish Entrepreneur (TJE) is an exciting new program for the Jewish business community. TJE provides a full-service, pro-bono mentoring program for Jewish entrepreneurs of all affiliations. Our mentors are recruited from across the business spectrum and are available to help both aspiring, as well as existing,
Jeremy Lustman is the unlikeliest of shadchanim.
A 42-year-old resident of Hashmonaim who grew up in Baltimore and has been a practicing lawyer for the last 15 years, Lustman spends a significant amount of time flying around the world meeting eligible prospects. But it isn’t
Over 50 high-ranking Israeli business executives, including CEOs/CFOs (chief executive officers, chief financial officers), were treated to an eye-opening and informative conference, focusing on the financial, legal and mass media aspects of opening an American subsidiary, which was sponsored by Amcon Marketing at the Israel Export
Teaneck—Everyone enjoys a vacation from time to time, but for many people, the hassle of actually planning and scheduling the trip can be a deterrent. For Teaneck-raised Lauren Cooper, founder of Elle Bee & Co, the planning and scheduling is a thrill. Having worked in television and film production since
Let’s say you’re opening up your own small business. You’ve found a niche that you feel will set you apart from other companies, you’ve found your target market, and you’ve done your due diligence to get everything set in place for opening. All that you need to come up with is a name and a logo. For people who might not be as
Oftentimes, when women get together the talk quickly turns to babies, children and household tasks. But that wasn’t the case as several hundred, primarily Orthodox, women gathered for the 2015 Jewish Woman Entrepreneurs’ annual conference.
Held Oct. 18 and 19 at the Crowne Plaza in
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” As the more extreme weather seasons approach, that adage gains tremendous weight in the HVAC business. Denis Cekic, owner of Serv-Tech Heating & Cooling, LLC, recommends service appointments for heating and air conditioning prior to the start of the winter and summer
With the chagim finished and Chanukah the next big Jewish holiday on the horizon, everyone should know that this past summer, Teaneck welcomed an exciting new children’s gift store to its shopping landscape. The Purple Bow, located on Queen Anne Road next to EJ’s, opened in June, and added more than a
“Risk is an arbitrary concept, until you experience it.”—Carl Richards, The Behavior Gap: Simple Ways to Stop Doing Dumb Things With Money
Most of the time, buying insurance is a decision to pre-pay a modest fee for something you hope never happens: You pay a premium hoping you’ll never
It’s said cleanliness is next to godliness, an adage Ray Evangelista of Aqua Clean Power Washing seems to have taken to heart. Certified by the United Association of Mobile Contract Cleaners (UAMCC), his company provides a variety of cleaning services, among them removing mold from the roofs of residential