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Pay for most prescription drugs, physician visits and medical equipment out of one's own pocket but have enormous medical expenses — say after an accident or surgery — covered by an insurance company. To many Americans, that seems like a...
Tags: Insurance, Employees, Family, Tools and Hardware, Politics
Gov. Pat Quinn added a new wrinkle Thursday to his current proposal for raising income taxes by 33 percent, saying that if it succeeds, he would ask school districts to cut property taxes in return. "If you get additional new money from Springfield, from...
Democrat Dan Seals and Republican Robert Dold are selling themselves to suburban voters as candidates who will provide "independent leadership" in Congress. But a look at their tax returns and economic disclosures shows neither can claim financial...
South Florida Sun-SentinelTack on another $12 million to the taxpayers' tab for the cost of a massive, unfinished reservoir rendered obsolete by a proposed half-billion-dollar Everglades-restoration land deal with U.S. Sugar Corp. A suggested $12 million settlement to terminate...
A charity founded in 2006 by legendary Bears running back Gale Sayers has collected more than $581,000 in contributions yet failed to fulfill its stated mission to open a state-of-the-art facility offering after-school programs to Chicago children....
Tags: Marketing, Mouth, Gaming, Football, Purdue University
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer"Sin taxes" on cigarettes have turned out to be the most effective weapon in the campaign to reduce smoking. Why not try it on Flamin' Hot Cheetos, vanilla Coke and Twinkies? With increasing vigor, public health experts and think tanks are calling for...
Tags: Death, Ice Cream, Corruption, Yale University, Overweight
To Eric, from Dennis: Those are some awful ads that both Democrat Alexi Giannoulias and Republican Mark Kirk are airing in their campaigns to fill Roland Burris' Senate seat. Simple-minded, mendacious, nerve-racking. Nothing so bad, mind you, as the...
WASHINGTON — Barack Obama won the great tax-cut showdown of 2010 — and House Democrats don't have a clue that he did. In the deal struck last week, the president negotiated the biggest stimulus in American history, larger than his $814 billion...
— If Barack Obama wins re-election in 2012, as is now more likely than not, historians will mark his comeback as beginning on Dec. 6, the day of the Great Tax Cut Deal of 2010. Obama had a bad November. Self-confessedly shellacked in the midterm...
Local governments throughout Central Florida are bracing for a third consecutive year of tighter budgets as the tax revenue they depend on is reduced by falling property values. In response, they're eliminating staff jobs, curtailing benefits and cutting...
Spring 2010 is shaping up to be an excellent time to buy a newly constructed home. But you have to move fast. All indicators point to an opportune environment that the smart buyer can't - and won't - ignore. "Today is a great time to buy a newly...
This article contains revised material. The federal government, through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, is offering a leg up on home ownership. But don't be caught lagging behind. A tax credit of up to $8,000 is available for...
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