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.
“It is a revenue source that could address pensions. It is a revenue source that, right now, is going on under our noses untapped,” O’Connor said.
“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.
The claim follows a well-worn partisan script in which a candidate blows out of proportion a minor piece of legislation an opponent once supported.
Gather your thoughts and start scrambling for your paperwork.
The problem with that sweeping generalization is that some U.S. cities with commuter taxes are thriving.
More of your income could be taxable this year. A few suggestions from tax pros could help cope with the changes.
The IRS plan says that only 12.5 percent of the IRS workforce is authorized to work during a shutdown, while the rest of the agency faces furloughs.
The county has already brought in about $700,000 related to disallowed residential parking exemptions discovered through the auditing process.
More of your income could be taxable this year.
Progressive aldermen appeared ready to pass an ordinance blocking Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s plan to use $1.5 billion in TIF money on four huge projects.
Some long-term Lake View residents say they are being punished for working hard to revive their neighborhood, Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) said.
Here are four things tax pros say could indicate that it’s time to stop itemizing and take the standard deduction.
“All I can deal with right now is the first year. … I’m not gonna give you a blanket guarantee that it’s forever,” Daley said Thursday.