Despite rumors, Jae's Inn is not closing its doors

Just months after reopening the restaurant at Jae's Inn on Curran Highway, owner Jae Chung is fending off rumors that the eatery, spa and 11-bedroom inn will close. Full Story
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my my

Easthampton, MA

#73 Mar 5, 2009
local man wrote:
now where would i type in discover and capital one?....i am able to search by plugging in peoples names
Type Discover under last name. If you type in United States Treasury, you'll see who the IRS put liens against. Type in Massachusetts, then go to Massachusetts Comm of to see what business neglect to pay sales or meals tax.
my my

Easthampton, MA

#74 Mar 5, 2009
As far as sales and meals tax goes, this is money you paid businesses, which they are to turn over to the state on a monthly basis. It's not money you can keep. It's usually bad bookkeeping, and not keeping your eye on your business. Then it turns into never paying, and hoping you won't get caught. In Tremblay's case, he's alot like Chung. Never satisfied with what he's got. Ctrem,you have a good business as an Electrician. Keep it up. Do what you know well, and pay your bills. PS, Do you make more money now, or do you make the same amount as you did when it was just you? Bigger isn't always better.
really

Easthampton, MA

#75 Mar 5, 2009
ctrem wrote:
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you're right it is interesting....it tells me there is something wrong here....it tells me that the economy has been far worse for far longer than is being reported....
If you can't afford it, don't buy it. Simple. Pay cash.
ctrem

Gloversville, NY

#76 Mar 5, 2009
my my wrote:
As far as sales and meals tax goes, this is money you paid businesses, which they are to turn over to the state on a monthly basis. It's not money you can keep. It's usually bad bookkeeping, and not keeping your eye on your business. Then it turns into never paying, and hoping you won't get caught. In Tremblay's case, he's alot like Chung. Never satisfied with what he's got. Ctrem,you have a good business as an Electrician. Keep it up. Do what you know well, and pay your bills. PS, Do you make more money now, or do you make the same amount as you did when it was just you? Bigger isn't always better.
bigger is not always better....unless you're the IRS
my my

Becket, MA

#77 Mar 5, 2009
Oops. For the IRS liens, just put in United States, then go to United States Internal Revenue.
Former Resident

AOL

#78 Mar 5, 2009
I'm not sure how all the discussions on tax liens were started. In my opinion, if I go somewhere and pay for dinner and get dinner, the owner's stuff is not my business. Of course I'm disappointed if a restaurant I like closes down, but I understand that is how things work. The owner's wife's credit card bills are certainly NOT any of my business.
it does matter

Williamstown, MA

#79 Mar 5, 2009
Former Resident wrote:
.......The owner's wife's credit card bills are certainly NOT any of my business.
it goes to character and judgement. if he cant pick a good mate and/or keep her in line financially then he deserves to be called out publicly by having it on masslandrecords so everyone can see it and decide for themselves how much faith they would put into his words or deeds
my my

Easthampton, MA

#80 Mar 5, 2009
Nero fiddled while Rome burned. People charge things they can not afford, and then don't pay their bills.
Why do you think our country is in such an economic crisis?
ctrem

Gloversville, NY

#81 Mar 5, 2009
my my wrote:
Nero fiddled while Rome burned. People charge things they can not afford, and then don't pay their bills.
Why do you think our country is in such an economic crisis?
not to worry...the obama administration is going to bail those people out.....and you and i will pay for that....they're also going to bail out those that caused this mess.....
muffin man

Westfield, MA

#82 Mar 5, 2009
where you at clarkie? the intellect of these posters is diminutive.
chbpod

Stillwater, ME

#83 Mar 5, 2009
outdoor writer guy wrote:
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Mine too.
David Willette,
North Adams, MA
I agree with Local Man and Dave-- smart move to put a veteran on to fill my vacancy-- since June is budget time and Chris has experienced that---not that there is a lot of heavy lifting with the budget-- the Mayor proposes it -Council reviews it and adopts it--but being familiar with it is a positive---the Council cannot increase line items or shift monies around-- only make furtehr cuts-- which the Mayor will already have done since he has to submit a balanced budget---I have publically endorsed Chris for my vacancy---then let Chris and the newbies battle it out in the Fall election(s)--I look forward to it and very probably voting in it--from afar---chbpod
hummm

Wynantskill, NY

#84 Mar 6, 2009
muffin man wrote:
where you at clarkie? the intellect of these posters is diminutive.
same poster who shuts up billings in another thread, wishy washy, so what ist, in general do you stand for your opinions are change them on convinience??

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