More and more companies are finding a loophole, out of the high sales tax in some counties, but Chicago officials may try to put a stop to that.
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Illinois) says it’s time to end the Internet sales tax break.
A bill that has passed the Illinois Senate is being called a boon to taxpayers by some, but others denounced it as a potentially ruinous measure for local government and transit agencies.
One of the side benefits of travel abroad is about to disappear – buying and shipping items home absent any sales tax.
Chicago has some of the highest gas prices in the nation, and it’s no surprise – not with all we’re paying at the pump.
So-called “affiliate marketers” are big business in Illinois, but they say their existence is threatened by what is known as the “Amazon tax.”
The gloves have come off in the race for Mayor, with the rest of the field setting its sights on frontrunner Rahm Emanuel, attacking his “luxury services” tax proposal and his ties to mortgage giant Freddie Mac.
Is Rahm Emanuel proposing a sales-tax cut or an increase? It’s a little bit of both, CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports.
The holiday for the Illinois sales tax during back-to-school time in the late summer would be an annual event, under a bill that has been introduced in the state House.
Mayoral candidate Rahm Emanuel is proposing tax reforms that he says will be both good for businesses and consumers.
Online is a shopping is a favorite for those who want to avoid sales tax. But the taxman may cometh for them soon.
Cook County Board President-Elect says county can’t afford it right now.