The Daily Journal from Vineland, New Jersey on January 23, 1997 · 8
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BUSINESS A8- The Daily Journal Thursday, January 23, 1997 AREA BUSINESS By James P. Quaranta Assistant trauma director appointed Dr. Alexander Axelrad was named assistant trauma director for Atlantic City Medical Center. Axelrad was formerly director of trauma at Coney Island Hospital, Brooklyn, N.Y. A volraH ic Axelrad certified by the American Board of Surgery and holds certifications in advanced trauma life support, advanced cardiac life support and pediatric advanced life support. He is a member of the American Medical Association, American College of Surgeons, Society of Critical Care Medicine and American Trauma Society. His post-doctoral training includes a fellowship at the University of Miami and a term as chief surgical resident at Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, N.Y. ACMC's Trauma Center is one of only two in southern New Jersey and one of only nine in the state. Improvement award U-Pull-It of Vineland received the Improvement and Beautification Award from the Automotive Recy-clers Association of which it is a member. Cardiology approved Dr. Kris Rainear passed the examination for certification in cardiology given by the American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine. Rainear is a member of the cardiology staff at New-tcomb Medical Center and Drs. Joseph Wachspress and Bennett Shatkin in Vineland. Board certified in internal medicine, he is a graduate of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, served internship and residency at Atlantic City Medical Center and completed a cardiology fellowship at Deborah Heart and Lung Center. Promotion awarded J. Kevin Danna, of Hopewell Township, was promoted to senior vice president of Salem County operations for Farmers and Merchants National Bank. Danna will be responsible for the operations of offices in Salem, Pennsville, Penns Grove, Elmer and Washing- , ton Township. ' Area Business News, published .Thursday, covers local business openings, hirings, promotions and , other achievements of local business people. Send information to James P. Quaranta, co The Daily Journal, 891 East Oak Rd., Vine-land, N J. 08360. t t Rainear practices with Dairy farmers dump milk Gannett News Service Dairy farmers in several states dumped their milk Wednesday or diverted it to charitable groups to protest a steep decline in prices. Clint Van Vleet, a : Sulphur Springs, Texas, dairyman and president of the 250-member Texas Milk Producers Association, said 250,000 to 500,000 gallons of milk were dumped in that state. "We are sending a message to the government that we want the price system thrown in the scrap heap," Van Vleet said. Organizers had expected farmers from Wisconsin, Minnesota, Vermont, Pennsylvania, New York, Missouri, Texas, California and New Mexico to take part in the one-day action. But organizer Darin Von Rudin of Westby, Wis., said he had no word on how many actually took part and did not expect overall figures to be available. Van Vleet said he has asked U.S. Agriculture Secretary Dan Glick-man to ask the president to create a task force of consumers and farmers to study milk prices. The basic price farmer are paid for their milk has declined from more than $15 per 100 pounds in September to $11.30 per 100 pounds at the end of December. Farmers say the formula the government uses to set a base price for milk needs to reflect their production costs. MCI cuts rates for long-distance Gannett News Service MCI has quietly slashed the flat-rate it charges its best longdistance customers by 20 percent, -raising the possibility of a future price war. People who signed up for the MCI One calling plan since Jan. 1 are -being charged 12 cents a minute for long-distance calls as long as they spend at least $25 a month with MCI. Those who spend less get the old 15-cent-minute rate. While it doesn't appear that a price war is imminent, MCI's move comes amid a period of unprecedented competition in the $75 billion long-distance market. m 1 ymr-vfrjpt.tivimur.?Qm PERSONAL FINANCE Qros irteofn: Aft incora? not spas ncilJy evsinx&i bina bond. Capital gain; Tbr profit &unt ihc -lie i puipaty mi m real tunc, stock tt boutln ; " Adjusted groM tncomo: Ore inrotftc, i;i i mil adjuunuou such as - individual Kcitnrmou Atoxisi cuBtnhw xa, moving exfoiici Ukd Taxable tocom: AouataJ srou ., incotive, AGJ, minus deducuo&f int) Deduction: Expf aws lie tax twto allow i you kidcdud fnxn your income, ; loch w-rtgitge inlwttt. cbwlfibie ; ' contnbu&ini and tutc incomt: laxn. If you dim't teiatze, yon like the ithidard dc4uuKcurrcntly $6,700 it couples ant! K00C fix aingle people. Exemption; An mount whtraued from ' iBOMoc, RaJO, iuf yotbc. yo sjxjw ,; mj your dqvmi! wii. Amanioiowiplc '.i wiihiwodiiiOrco, lor instaoce. would - .faavefourcumpuonlouJiiifV0,2Uu.: Credit: Money tubmctcd &m.Hy Uata your lax battttiiy . U you're tn the 28 - perctui uu hncfcft, iSt.G0Odeducao 'i- reduce yow lax bill by S2S0. At 1,000 credit ufcetSl.uwJ of ( your tw bill. . Marginal tax rata; Some tima cled- , a m bm:k. ibc n KtatliurattisUib -: rate applied io Ihe fast dollar of laxahle ; iDcoifteyearnod, That are five bracket: 15 percent. 2B ptrceni. 31 perewU, 3ttperceai aw! 39.6 percent ' : WA, 401(h), Keoffh: All flmaretu-ibeiftm) reUtemcm uvj-s accurals. - liyliMduBiKetiretiieni Actnunu: Sdf administered plant for individuals. 40 1 1 k plant: Of lered Uvough : i employers. KoiiplmForaell'nplCiyrfp . Electronic filing Three methods eiectmmc fang an available this year. can Wptyowj-i. Jn i996,2.$nt!Won . t&xptyere tied ay phortt. Paraona! computara: &i7Mtr panxtge? acow mors to com prepam ana nena wmtr i rgiums. us' yw. -. i : Prolestlonalt: ftaW ptvpvers can fie eiectrvntcaw. im vetr, 12 memn people fUd demonically ttvough a (Sir- .1 (Getting help t. W Rud Ttntf Federal Income tnu. Jiie 1996 lex unm nr v ; ImlivUuels,' line IKS puMMltol' i Call the mm ipslnbrtmtlonltfteit t" l-KO-ais-KMO.oiloflKiartmlce, ' your axel IRS office, t. ' VIXI mrlFS ollto. help k f enviable, es is hep form poor, the hanctceocod. etudenK. mietarv pefsonmtaDdnon-iiiso-epeeilng people. , , loo on to the IBS mob on (he Worm nioempafnipimmM9Meu9es.go. MlHHMpniUlilli , ,-MTff l.lll H,II.J UIIIIKJ Many new changes could affect returns sent to the internal Hevenue Service this spring. Here 8 an overview of what's new for 1 997. eScxM OHymtHM TOOot MMatetra tixaa: mom in 1996 Tk nlMt The tam five brackets - 18, 28. 31. 36. end 39.6 DervmH - ttm3fUBiBdkrrMonCafMaigee aw axed 15 petomtvtt percent -no higher. t Emnptent: V amount foremen nmfTbdn-gmwalfyyoufseM, your spouse and your dependentt - if &550, an increase of $50. Standard deduction: $4,000 for singles and $6, 700 tor couple filing jointly, up from $3,9iip and $6,650 tatpectiveiy. fc M0wr-lncomt ptopto: Exempedrm tn7annriinmflnioinM a Socw 9acurwf manwars. correct vllL "oorm as coupe tope Securihi ntmbem aim mom wmsMubtmctio the 6.2 percent Social Seajnry tax. ft you had more than one mrnpkjyer and pajd more than $3,887.40, any overpeymmnl can be claimed am a cm aga)at your incorm tax or refunded. Note H online 56 of Form 1040 or line 29d of Form 1040A AH wages are subject to the 1.45 percent Medicare tax 401(10 plana; The Ml on ctMicixjtkjn n tse empKJweponeoreo rem accounts in 1996 mat $9,500, l $9,240 m 1995. up horn $176,950, MVaaga: Tto (Action for business use of a car is 31 cents a mile, up from 30 canto. The deduction for chaiiobkipurpoemrefrmv 12 cento;. for medical and moving expenses, its 10 cents, up from 9 cents. Earned Income credH: S2S.M S25.07S , $2,IS2 Social Security number are more important than even some exemptions may be denied H numbers are missing or incorrect You must obtain a number for aM children bom before December 1996. ForchOdren bom in December, you may write '1296" where the Social Secunty rumte stxmjU g it you don't have the number by the time you hie. Aliens who aronl eligible for Social Security numbers must obtain an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) by Ming Form -7 with the IRS. Some helpful tips when filing your Kturn this year: If you want the IRS lo calculate your taxca FW In the first part o( your form Vf? (through Una 37 on 1040. Una 22 on 1040 A and Htm fl on 104OEZV and Mow further instructor. The IRS w") figure your tax owed or refund, your earned income cradrt and your crectt (or tha elderty and disabled II your taxable Income la toes than $100,000, you can't ftamlze deductions, end you meet other ccffdttfone. aTyou cant matt the April 15 tax-filing deadline . :'? Get an automatic four-montti extension. which costs nothing. Estimate how much you owe and Include e check along wh Form 4868. tf you underpay, ttw IRS wW blfl you for the balance due. H you pay too much, you can roe (or a refund by the new deadline of Aug. 15. . You can ask to pay In Installments on Form 9485 for a $43 tee. The IRS wN charge you e penalty ptua Interest, so ft may be cheaper lo get a wan. H you just Ignore the deadline, youll also be a an of 5 percent i You can fie an amended return, using Form 1040X, N you've made a mistake or lon something out Remember m tf you receive a Dtggsr reruna cnacK men Skin your return: both spouses must sign e Joint : return. H yeur return includes false or frivolous itton, you aS500p rut with Rewards of up to $100,000 ere awalable by turning In e tax cheat. Read PubUcation 733 and AH out Form 211. Keep any records that support your tax return such ee receipts, canceled checks, etc., for three years from the date the return was Med or for two years from the date the tax was paid, whichever dale Is later. Records that concern the value of your you're expecting, cal the IRS home and non-deductible id nna oui mi a a misiaKe conmouuons ro your before eperxtng it But, donl individual Retirement hotd your refund check too Account should be kept long. R expiree In 12 rnonthe. permanently. or your reium. M0M29-1S4P. APDurmnd; iuamzon Some married folks can file by phone Gannett News Service The IRS is expanding its telephone filing program to include some married couples as well as recipients of unemployment compensation. To be eligible in 1997, taxpayers must be among the 22 million filers selected to receive a TeleFile booklet containing a personal ID number. They must be single, or married filing a joint return. They must have no dependents, the same mailing address as last year, total income of less than $50,000 and interest income of less than $400. Calls last about 10 minutes. Taxpayers follow a work sheet in their booklet and recorded-voice instructions. They answer yes-or-no questions and enter their Social Security numbers, employer's identification number from their W-2 forms, their wages, federal tax withheld, taxable interest and unemployment compensation. Pay $59, get c unlimited Net access forever Gannett News Service A little company was expected to make a big splash today when it offers free Internet access. The announcement could change the business of connecting people to the Net. The company, called bigger.net, will only charge its customers a one-time $59 fee to get necessary software, including Netscape Navigator. There will be no monthly charges. After this year, it might charge $10 a year for e-mail. The catch is that ads appear in a small window while connected to bigger.net. While bigger.net is virtually unheard of, its partners include Bay Networks, Netscape Communications and MFS Communications. With their help, big-ger.net will start offering service this month in the San Francisco Bay area, then expand to major cities this year. "It makes tons of sense," said Charles Brewer, CEO of MindS-pring, an Atlanta-based ISP. Brewer said he's been toying with the idea of offering a less-expensive service that includes ads. Bigger. net's announcement might help push him that way. "I don't know if ads can support a totally free service," Brewer said. "But people will have a choice between service subsidized by ads and a more expensive service that's not. One way or another, we are definitely going to pursue the same idea." The company will L, make its money selling the advertising space, , said CEO Jeff Fortin. His; business plan calls for ' pulling in $320 a year in 1 1 revenue per customer ' from adsMost other Internet service pro viders (ibKs) cnarge 4 $19.95 a month, which ' adds up to about $240 a year per customer. Free Internet will ap- ' peal strongly to con- ffiimare AnaluctQ fiAV If Digger.nei can iure flu- vertisers, the offering could alter the Internet access business. 'r .A 44 i "Consumers will fK nally realize Internet' ' access is not something ) that has to cost $300 a. I year," said bigger.netts CEO Jeff Fortin. "Others access providers are goii ing to have to look at aligning themselves . with a similar (ad-based program." .m Bigger.net has no solid i advertisers yet. It plans w to operate for six months , before starting the ads.'i By that time, it expects 1 il... io uavc uiuic man 100,000 users. The free service raises fc a question, though: Will i j bigger.net get swamped? Since moving to flat-rate , pricing, most ISPs - no- ; tably America Online - have had trouble keep- . ; ing up with demand. ,' "They'll have a really , , interesting challenge," ; said Matt Cutler, CEO of " net.Genesis. Consumers , could rush to free access " and choke bigger.net's v ' network. "If it's not " working well, people will leave," Cutler said. 1 : The Sign Of Savings On Delsea Drive m 0. 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