Category Archives: #taxation
Legislation giving mandatory paid leave to all Illinois employees is ready for the governor’s signature
A bill headed to the governor’s desk that gives paid leave to all Illinois workers is being criticized for hurting small businesses around the state. The “Paid Leave for All Workers Act” guarantees up to 40 hours of paid leave … Continue reading →
Any worker deemed “essential” by State should be entitled to tbe same State- guaranteed entitlement benefits as government employees and teachers.This includes medical professionals and Amazon/fedex/grocery fulfillment/delivery workers. It could be worse than that. I believe that by 2030 Tier … Continue reading →
Learn how inflation affects social security disability benefits. We provide special needs planning services in Elmhurst, Illinois — Read on planningacrossthespectrum.com/blog/inflation-affect-ssi-disability-bene/
Nearly 300 new laws are set to take effect on January 1, 2022, covering a range of issues big and small that affect Illinoisans. See the link below: https://www.newsbreak.com/news/2470112772644/new-laws-2022-illinois-laws-that-take-effect-january-1?pd=09tQqMuQ&lang=en_US&s=i16
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The state of California. New York City. Hospitals and nursing homes. Colleges and universities. Employers are putting COVID-19 vaccine mandates into place and it’s getting attention. On Tuesday, President Joe Biden said a requirement … Continue reading →
Watch the Late Rosemont Mayor Don Stephens Address The City Club of Chicago on September 29, 2005, and Hear The Story of Rosemont in His Own Words.
Mayor Stephens in his own words describes the history of Rosemont and defines his vision for the future of Rosemont. Now sixteen years later and post pandemic, it is worth it to hear him speak to the past and the … Continue reading →
Chicagoans: if you read something today, read this. ⬇️⬇️⬇️ The Unbearable Lightness of Lightfoot’s Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is an experienced lawyer, skilled in the great game of words.She made a good living craftily parsing words at one of the … Continue reading →
At 25th and Rose Street by Schiller Park Fire Station 2 an unknown material was pouring into Crystal Creek this afternoon at about 3 pm further contributing to the Crystal Creek pollution issues. No one seemed concerned that this unknown … Continue reading →
Schiller Park Village Election Update—Join the Schiller Park Community on Sunday, March 14, 2021, at 8 pm on ZOOM for a Conversation to Discuss the Issues in the Upcoming Municipal Election.
Mayor Caiafa and Mayoral Candidate Diaz were both out in full force with their fellow candidates canvassing Schiller Park all weekend presenting themselves to the voters. No one has agreed to a debate for the Voters to hear the candidates … Continue reading →
As of December 11, 2020, Governor J.B. Pritzker’s administration extended a version of the statewide ban on residential evictions until January 9, 2021. This reprieve is welcomed by certain Illinois renters facing severe financial shortfalls due to the economic displacements … Continue reading →