Posts tagged Illinois Graduated Income Tax
Illinois Republicans embrace Trump
School funding remains top education issue, says poll
‘We’re proud of our president,’ says GOP state Chairman Schneider
Pritzker forms task force to reduce property taxes
IEA President Kathi Griffin says Pritzker fair tax is long-term solution
Brady 'false' on fair tax, says BGA
Guv signs bill on what could be a critical issue for his ‘fair tax’
Brady: Fair tax 'must be defeated'
GOP senator conveniently confuses middle-class, low-income taxpayers
Pritzker signs 'real balanced budget'
Senate minority leader lauds bipartisan approach — but only up to a point
Pritzker fair tax to go to voters
Guv completes ‘ambitious agenda’ by signing tax rates, too, pledges education funding, capital bill will provide property-tax relief
Civic Federation backs Pritzker budget
General Assembly approves by supermajority, as governor touts accompanying relief on property taxes
Progressives rip 'giveaway' on estate tax
It might be a ‘rickety financial bridge,’ says gov’t watchdog, but it should get state where it needs to go on a progressive income tax
Guzzardi, Weaver spar over population tax flight
House Dems say attempt at compromise defeats intent of Gov. Pritzker’s ‘fair tax’
Why can't a Democrat be more like a Republican?
Sen. Sims asks GOP lawmakers, ‘Where’s the plan?’
Study praises Pritzker's 'fair tax'
At least when it comes to crafting — and sticking to — a compelling narrative on taxes
Rural, downstate counties to benefit most from Pritzker 'fair tax'
UIUC, ILEPI find state could cut property taxes 10 percent
Progressive tax, millionaire tax backed by firm majority across state
More than half of Illinois counties will see just 1 percent of residents pay more
How will tax change affect you? Pritzker unveils Fair Tax Calculator
Paul Simon Public Policy Institute poll also finds strong support to legalize pot, sports betting
Pritzker lays out proposal for 'fair tax'
With transparency critical to tax debate, online tool gives taxpayers answers
Governor estimates 97 percent of taxpayers would see reductions; six brackets would max out at 7.95 percent for millionaires