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  • New York State Budget

    New York Lt. Gov. Richard Ravitch is known for helping engineer historic rescues of governments in crisis. Now he says states in the U.S. are headed toward what he calls a fiscal "cliff." That will be this summer, when temporary federal stimulus money...
  • Readers talk tax money, veterans issues and columnist confusion

    Readers talk tax money, veterans issues and columnist confusion
    It's time to hear what you guys have to say — about everything from big payouts at the Sanford airport to shoddy treatment of veterans. Plus, we have an abundance of strange and funny notes from confused readers. Mr. Maxwell: I want to ask you...
  • Broken budget awaits next mayor

    Broken budget awaits next mayor
    The successor to Mayor Richard Daley will inherit a spacious fifth-floor City Hall suite, a wellspring of local and national prestige and a crushing financial mess that could leave Chicago's new leader pondering the wisdom of seeking the job in the...
  • Home sales plunge 41%

    Home sales plunge 41%
    Peninsula-area home sales plunged 41 percent in November, compared to November 2009. That's because home buyers this time last year were rushing to buy to qualify for federal first-time homebuyer tax credits of up to $8,000 before the offer expired. That...
  • Pressure builds in House to pass tax-cut package

    After the Senate overwhelmingly voted to advance the tax-cuts package, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer acknowledged Tuesday the urgency in passing the legislation to avoid a tax hike on Jan. 1. The bill could clear the Senate late Tuesday or early...
  • School board OKs $270M bond

    A $270-million school bond is in the hands of Glendale residents after school board members on Tuesday voted unanimously to place it on the April 5 ballot. If approved by voters, the bond would set the stage for a fresh round of capital improvement...
  • Implement a policy of pedestrian safety

    Cars injure and kill our children ("Wilson student injured in collision," Dec 7). In the last two months, three students have been hit by cars in front of Glendale schools (Rosemont Middle School, John Muir Elementary and Wilson Middle School). Neither...
  • Accounting Specialists

    Accounting Specialists
    Accounting $pecialists provides payroll processing and tax compliance for any type of business. Don’t let the headache of numbers, paper work and tax filings take time out of your day; let us do the work for you.  We handle it all, payroll,...
  • Lee's Summit Schools Face Big Cuts if Voters Reject Tax Hike

    Lee's Summit Schools Face Big Cuts if Voters Reject Tax Hike
    Lee's Summit voters are being asked to decide on a sales tax increase next February to help fund the Lee's Summit School District, and officials say that if it doesn't pass, some steep cuts are likely. The district says that the cuts could affect not...
  • Finding caregiver tax deductions

    Finding caregiver tax deductions
    Q. Are there any tax deductions or credits that I would be eligible for due to caring for my husband who has Alzheimer's? Yes, there are. Consult your tax person for the details, but here are some guidelines. Deductible care-giving costs may include:...
  • District in public plea for money

    A La Cañada Unified School District task force made a plea this week for $2,500 annual donations to the local schools from all "stakeholders" until the state budget crisis is over. The plea came in the form of a guest column written by school-board...