Emanuel To Unveil Program Wednesday
Most Small Businesses Won’t Benefit
- City Council
Proposed Ordinance Would Exempt Some Small Businesses
- Minimum Wage
Business-Killing Measures Still Have Life
Hesitancy Remains Despite Expectation Of Improved Sales
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The Illinois Department of Revenue is reminding employers that the the temporary state income tax rate of 5% rolls back to 3.75%.
Lawmakers are unlikely to return to Springfield until Jan. 12, when Gov.-elect Bruce Rauner and legislators will be sworn in.
The 2014 legislative session is months away, but NFIB/Illinois is already looking ahead to the issues likely to face small-busi...