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  • Shareholders approve Medtronic deal to buy Covidien

    MINNEAPOLIS Shareholders approved Medtronic Inc.'s $48 billion takeover of Covidien PLC Tuesday, though sour feelings remained among some who voted in person on the deal that will move the company's headquarters from Minnesota to Ireland. The owners of...
  • IRS to auction Kissimmee properties

    IRS to auction Kissimmee properties
    The federal government next week is auctioning off about a half dozen houses and several commercial properties in the Kissimmee area. The houses are all on White Oak Circle and valued at about $80,000 each. The three pieces of vacant land total about 25...
  • Gas prices go down, but IRS mileage rate goes up

    Gas prices are at their lowest point in more than four years, yet the Internal Revenue Service has raised the tax break for employees using their vehicles for work in 2015. The IRS revised its standard business mileage the amount the federal agency...
  • Obama's policies destroying America

    Obama's policies destroying America
    President Obama had never run anything in his life until now. Now he is running this country into the ground. He was a community organizer, which means he was a community disrupter and remains that to this day with his reckless comments on Ferguson and...
  • Chart your investment course for 2015

    If a significant portion of your investments were in diversified equities in the past year, congratulations! 2014 was likely a good year for your portfolio. Now what are you going to do in 2015? At the beginning of each year, it makes sense to review...
  • Affordable Care Act tax consequences kick in this year; free tax, enrollment counseling on Peninsula

     Affordable Care Act tax consequences kick in this year; free tax, enrollment counseling on Peninsula
    One element of the Affordable Care Act will show up in tax returns for the first time this filing season — and for individual taxpayers, the effect could be good or bad. The 2015 tax season marks the first time that all taxpayers will have to...
  • Blotter: Phone scam reported in Downers Grove

    Blotter: Phone scam reported in Downers Grove
    The following items were taken from police reports: A 53-year-old Lisle woman was arrested Nov. 25 for stealing tampons, a vase and a crystal lamp from Goodwill on Ogden Avenue. More than $5,000 in computers, jewelry and cell phones were stolen from...
  • Koch-backed group sues Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris over donor list

    A nonprofit charitable group backed by conservative mega-donors David and Charles Koch has sued Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris for seeking the names and addresses of the group's donors. The Americans for Prosperity Foundation filed a federal lawsuit in Los...
  • Cummings' bill will streamline federal record-keeping

    Cummings' bill will streamline federal record-keeping
    On behalf of ARMA International and the thousands of information management professionals working in the federal government, I want to thank Rep. Elijah Cummings for his bipartisan leadership in introducing and helping enact legislation to modernize the...
  • The perfect time for a financial health check up

    The perfect time for a financial health check up
    I am writing this in anticipation that it will be published on Nov. 26. That means that there are just 28 shopping days until Christmas, a fact that will probably not concern most of our readers. More critically however, is that you have only 34 days or...
  • Chicago scrap metal dealer to plead guilty to tax charges, authorities say

    A Chicago scrap metal dealer has agreed to plead guilty to federal tax and currency transaction charges in a scheme involving checks issued to people who didn't exist and cash paid to employees, authorities said. Tri State Metal, of Chicago's West...