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Second city council hearing with Amazon questions tax incentives

The New York City Council is still in the process of holding hearings to discuss the impact of Amazon’s decision to open a headquarters in New York. The council held second hearing, titled “Does the Amazon Deal Deliver for New York City Residents?,” on January 30 to discuss the deal’s tax incentives.

Why is the Amazon deal met with so much resistance?

We’ve covered the agreement Amazon made with New York to bring a new headquarters to Long Island City, over which the New York City Council and many residents have expressed concern. The first of the council’s hearings looking into the deal occurred in December, but the second and third hearings have not been scheduled yet.

Amazon HQ could shake up New York, New Jersey construction

Amazon’s decision to develop two new campuses, ending a yearlong bidding war from cities across the continent, has the potential to have a huge impact on the commercial and residential futures of the metropolitan areas the company chose. One of those is our own New York City.

What to do if you’re not paid on time

After you agree on the scope of a project, sign a contract and complete the work, you have a fair expectation to be paid based on the terms of the agreement. Sadly, this is not always the case. In many cases, the people who hired you to complete a job don’t prioritize your payment.