If someone wins the $625 million jackpot Saturday night, it’s either a cash lump sum of $380.6 million before taxes or 30 annuity payments.
Now, Pritzker is the state’s chief executive — and the one painting tax policies in overly broad strokes.
The tours will begin in late March and continue through April, said the Rev. William Barber of North Carolina. Participants will include poor people.
So far, according to IRS statistics, the average refund is down 8.7 percent from 2018 at this time, following the biggest tax law changes in decades.
State officials issued February SNAP benefits early, on Jan. 20. But those must last until March 1, and some haven’t been able to stretch it that far.
At the Governor’s mansion, surrounded by Democrats and union leaders, Pritzker called the bill “a victory for the cause of economic justice.”
The first tax filing season under the new federal tax law is proving to be surprising, confusing — and occasionally frightening — for some Americans.
Hays told lottery officials that she intends to buy a house and a new car with her winnings and set some aside for retirement.
This year is extra thorny because taxpayers also face a new filing landscape after the tax law introduced major changes.
Pritzker told the Sun-Times he’ll focus on moving past the “damage” incurred by former Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner.
A bill to raise Illinois’ minimum wage to $15 by 2025 needs only Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s signature to become law.
A minimum wage increase appears headed for approval without any support from Republicans this week after passing its final committee hurdle Wednesday.
“Housing wealth” is another term for equity, which is the difference between the home’s market value and an owner’s mortgage balance.
“We would be the biggest city in the world to test this idea. This is an opportunity to lead the nation,” said retiring Ald. Ameya Pawar.
Trustees will vote Thursday on the proposed rates and fees, which will remain constant for four years.