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Category: State of Illinois

Illinois Department of Revenue Launches New Website

Thursday, October 4, 2018 SPRINGFIELD—The Illinois Department of Revenue (IDOR) is inviting taxpayers to explore the new look of its redesigned website; tax.illinois.gov.  The new mobile-friendly website features simplified site navigation and enhanced functionality to provide businesses, tax professionals, and the public easier access to the information needed most. “As times have changed, so have the ways taxpayers access and consume information,” said Connie Beard, IDOR Director. “With this website redesign, we make it easier for the public to navigate our information, no matter what device is utilized.” Key features of IDOR’s new website include encrypted security, better accessibility,...

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Gov. Rauner urges Illinois to ‘Start Seeing Motorcycles’

Annual safety campaign calls on public to remain alert during riding season Wednesday, May 2, 2018 – Office of the Governor SPRINGFIELD (May 2, 2018) – With winter finally in the rear-view mirror, Gov. Bruce Rauner is encouraging all drivers and motorcycle enthusiasts to be extra cautious as more bikes start hitting the roads. Rauner joined motorcycle safety advocates and officials from the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) today to kick off Motorcycle Awareness Month and IDOTs annual Start Seeing Motorcycles Campaign. “I’m an avid rider myself,” Rauner said, “I know how important it is for all of us...

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Rauner’s State of the State – Ready to Capitalize on Economic Potential

State of the State: Illinois ready to capitalize on tremendous economic potential Governor urges laser focus on jobs and returning power to people SPRINGFIELD (Jan. 31, 2018) — Striking themes of its place in history and returning power to its people, Gov. Bruce Rauner today said that Illinois is in a “state of readiness” to capitalize on tremendous, but as-yet unrealized, economic potential. He cited his administration’s advances in ethics policies, education funding, criminal justice reform, spending restraint and technology deployment as the seeds for future growth. The governor likened the opportunity for the coming legislative session to the...

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1099-G Tax Forms for Individuals Who Received UI Benefits

Doing Your Taxes? 1099-G tax forms for individuals who received UI benefits If you collected unemployment insurance last year, you will need the 1099-G tax form from IDES to complete your tax returns, both federal and state. The 1099-G tax form is available here: http://www.ides.illinois.gov/Pages/1099G%20form.aspx If you did not register for the email notification, the 1099-G tax form has been mailed to your home. IDES sent out 371,000 1099-G forms; 254,000 went out electronically and 116,000 were sent out via regular mail. Individuals who have not created a username and password to manage their account will be prompted to do so. Once registered, a notice will be emailed in January with instructions on how to print the document from IDES’ website. Individuals who have a username and password, but have not used it 90 days, should create a new password. Individuals who have not established a UI username and password to manage their account will first be prompted to do so. For those who opted to receive their 1099-G form electronically: IDES will send an email notification that your form is ready to view and print.  If you do not remember receiving this email, follow the steps above to access your 1099-G. For those who opted NOT to receive their 1099-G form electronically: Paper forms have been mailed. Additionally, these claimants may access and print their 1099-G information online by...

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National Recognition for Illinois History

Twenty-five places were listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2017 SPRINGFIELD, IL – Efforts by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) to preserve and promote the state’s heritage paid off in 2017 with 25 properties being added to the National Register of Historic Places. The places recognized are scattered across the state and include two archaeological sites along the Cherokee Trail of Tears, a Chicago movie palace, and the place where Lincoln and Douglas met to schedule their senatorial debates. Places are added to the register by the National Park Service based on recommendations from...

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Mon 18

Al-Anon Meets in Freeport Monday

November 18 @ 10:30 am - 5:00 pm
Mon 18

Al-Anon Meets in Mount Carroll

November 18 @ 7:00 pm
Mon 18

Savanna Alcoholics Anonymous meets

November 18 @ 8:00 pm
Thu 21

Vintage 405

November 21 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Mon 25

Al-Anon Meets in Freeport Monday

November 25 @ 10:30 am - 5:00 pm

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