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  • Hartford Provides First Detailed Peek At Ballpark Revenue Projections

    Hartford Provides First Detailed Peek At Ballpark Revenue Projections
    HARTFORD — New city projections of expenses and revenues for the proposed minor league ballpark, including money raised through property taxes, parking income and a tax on tickets, show that taxpayers would gain $22.8 million over 30 years. The...
  • Orlando votes to raise property tax rate 17.7 percent

    Orlando votes to raise property tax rate 17.7 percent
    Faced with a hefty budget gap, the City Council voted Monday evening to raise the property tax rate on Orlando homes and businesses by 17.7 percent. The tax increase is the first since 2008, and follows several consecutive years of Mayor Buddy Dyer...
  • TAX-FREE MONEY MARKET FUNDS, For release 09/17/14

    ((NOTICE: For retransmission or other content delivery inquiries, please contact TCA Customer Service, 1-800-346-8798, tcacustomerservice@tribune.com.) TAX-FREE MONEY MARKET FUNDS Tax-free money funds with assets of $100 million or more that are...
  • Change in tax rebate system means smaller checks for most

    Change in tax rebate system means smaller checks for most
    Orland Park homeowners eligible for the village's property tax rebate program will get about 17 percent of property taxes paid to the village back in March. Trustees voted Monday to distribute the $2.2 million set aside for property tax rebates...
  • Kevin Hunt: 'I'll Pay Cash' (Then Why Do They Demand Credit Card, Too?)

    Kevin Hunt: 'I'll Pay Cash' (Then Why Do They Demand Credit Card, Too?)
    Of course it's OK to ask, "Is It Just Me?" No question is too small for The Bottom Line. Q: "Recently, I called Safelite AutoGlass to purchase a new windshield. The sales lady quoted a price, and I not only accepted, but made a date for it to be...
  • Eyeing revenue, states try to predict billionaires' moves

    WASHINGTON The wealthiest Americans can move markets at home and abroad with their business decisions. When they sell massive quantities of stock, receive huge bonuses or suffer crushing losses, those events also can have a significant impact on state...
  • Feds offer lifeline to 115,000 facing loss of health coverage

    WASHINGTON After failing to respond to multiple outreach attempts, more than 100,000 people could lose their federal marketplace health coverage on Sept. 30, while more than three times that many could see their premiums increase, if they fail to verify...
  • Tesla 'gigafactory' will 'change Nevada forever,' Gov. Sandoval says

    Tesla Motors' electric car battery plant will be worth $100 billion to the state of Nevada, according to the men who crafted the deal. Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval and Tesla Chairman and Chief Executive Elon Musk said Thursday that the Palo Alto-based...
  • Obamacare plan premiums to decline on average in 16 cities: study

    (Reuters) - Health insurance premiums for low-cost Obamacare plans in 16 U.S. cities will fall slightly in 2015 as competition helps drives down price for the new subsidized individual health plans, according to a study Friday from the Kaiser Family...
  • Saving California's history, sweetened with a tax break

    Saving California's history, sweetened with a tax break
    A recently passed state bill designed to advance the preservation and renovation of historic buildings would offer a 20% state tax credit to developers restoring structures listed on the National Register of Historic Places or the California Register of...
  • IRS offers five easy ways to spot a tax-scam phone call

    Thieves and scammers will try every trick in the book to separate you from your money, and one of their more common tactics involves callers posing as representatives of an organization to which you may actually owe money: the Internal Revenue Service....