IGPA's Richard Dye discusses Illinois budget woes.: Play now!
Brian Moline talks about the recent IGPA Fiscal Futures report, "Apocalypse Now?" with IGPA Economist Richard Dye.
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After 32 hours of training over four days in three Illinois cities, Kelly Finet and her staff at Kelly's Accounting Service of Monticello are ready to answer all your Obama care questions.
Just don't start with a toughie, please.
"I'm about as confident as you can be," Finet said Monday night, the eve of that dreaded national holiday — tax filing season.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — The state of Illinois' Department of Revenue has new rules this year to target the collection of sales taxes from out-of-state businesses.
CHAMPAIGN — Eight years ago, the city of Champaign tried to bring orderly development to an area that looked like the next big hot spot.
Office Depot was among the biggest winners in the stock market during 2014, while Bon-Ton Stores was one of the biggest losers.
Q: Can a creditor get at money in an IRA or 401(k) retirement account? Is that money "exempt" like other things are?
A: No — a creditor can't get at money in an IRA or 401(k) account. Because yes — that money is legally exempt from collection.
Caesars Entertainment says its main business unit has filed for bankruptcy protection with the support of most of its creditors.
ROBINSON, Ill. (AP) — A southwestern Illinois community college plans to offer a petroleum drilling technology degree program this fall that is aimed at preparing graduates for careers in hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.
Go figure: A numerical look at local headlines