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When we built the home we wanted to make a timeless make it maintenance-free and make it grand but yet very cozy we wanted to be able to walk into the home and see the view the staircase was specifically designed by Carol and I it's only supported by what you see the feeling when we come home is very calming the sunlight fills the rooms this house is a wonderful home for not only a large family and large family gatherings but small intimate dinners I love to cook and we designed the kitchen so that it's the great cook's kitchen very workable the pizza oven operation is a joint effort Carol is in charge of the dough and then I am the chef the great wine and the great pizza and the great conversation those nights have been magical the wine cellar is my favorite room can hold up to 3,000 bottles of wine various types is temperature controlled we wanted to have the detailing that is in the rest of the home present in the back staircase in the old European homes they always had a rear Tower that you could walk up and that's was the concept for that with each season there is a majesty to the view the rear Terrace can hold the hundred people and people have commented this is like eating in the tuscan countryside which it is people have to see for themselves you can't grasp this house in 15 minutes enjoy every detail every little nuance as we have and make it a home you

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How do I fill out the IT-2104 form if I live in NJ?
Do you work only in NY? Married? Kids? If your w-2 shows NY state withholding on your taxes, fill out a non-resident NY tax return which is fairly simple. If it doesn't, you don't fill out NY at all. If it shows out NYC withholding you enter that as well on the same forms.Then you would fill out your NJ returns as well with any withholding for NJ. Make sure to put any taxes paid to other states on your reciprocal states (nj paid, on NY return and vice versa)
I live in NJ and will work in NY, do I still have to fill out the NJ W4 or will the IT-2104 suffice?
The prior two commenters did not answer the question. If you work in New York but live in New Jersey, the IT-2104 should be all you need, because you have no earned income in New Jersey, so there should be no reason to complete an NJ-W4. There is one caveat however - if you are going to spend a significant of WORKING days in New Jersey and your employer actually tracks this and withholds New Jersey income tax, then you should complete an NJ-W4 so not too much New Jersey tax is withheld. Otherwise there is no reason to complete an NJ-W4.
If an electric car is out of juice on the road, how do you fill it up like you do for a gas car?
The best answer is to buy / lease an Extended Range EV (EREV) like the Chevy Volt or the Ford Fusion Energi.  These are EVs with a gasoline generator for backup.  I leased a 2012 Volt for 3 years and now I'm leasing a 2015 Volt for 3 more years.  I plug it up in my garage every night when I get home and the battery is full every morning.  I can drive 40 (sometimes 50!) miles on that $1.30 of electricity then it will automatically start the generator to keep the battery charged to about 20% while you drive around like normal.  You can drive 340 miles or so on 9 gallons of gas, pull into a gas station, get more gas, then drive across the country if you want like a normal car.  The game changer is being able to plug in and drive on grid power (or directly on sunlight if you have solar panels!) instead of gasoline.  So now instead of buying gas every few days or weeks (if you have a hybrid) you can now go several months between fill ups!  I've only filled my tank twice since Christmas and that was only because I drove it 1200 miles round trip for Christmas and drove down to Miami in March to see the Formula E race.  Since I drive less than 40 miles a day I can do 99% of my driving on the battery without using a drop of gas (even if I go 100 MPH, the generator will not turn on until the battery is drained.)  But having the gas range extender means I can go anywhere a gas car can without worrying at all about running out of juice.  This is probably our best bet until we can have 200 - 300 mile range out of batteries alone as well as the Tesla Supercharger like chargers for all cars when we go on road trips.  Otherwise we just plug in when we get home and use gas if we run out of juice or on long trips.
How bad is the commute from living in Manhattan to work in Ridgefield Park, NJ?
I don't know anyone who commutes specifically to Ridgefield Park, but I know a few folks who commute to other places in Bergen County, NJ. It's not so bad because you're commuting against most of the rush hour traffic.According to Ridgefield Park, New Jersey there are lots of buses from the PABT on 42nd St.
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