Saturday, February 16, 2013
Liberty Tax Service in Woodridge is offering free tax preparation during themed weeks through February and March.
Liberty Tax in Woodridge is giving away tax preparation services to those who so selflessly serve, protect, educate, and assist local communities and the Liberty offices that operate within them. For first-time customers, starting Feb. 18, Liberty Tax kicks off a month and a half of “Appreciation Weeks” to thank these invaluable individuals. Feb. 18-24: Salute veterans, active military and their immediate family members with free tax preparation during “Military and Veterans Appreciation Week.” Feb. 25-March 3: Invite teachers, day care workers, educators and all school staff to bring their tax information into a Liberty Tax Service office during “Educator Appreciation Week.” March 4-10: Police and Firefighter Appreciation Week, and …
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Taxes toward the park district increased slightly to cover inflationary increases and financial commitments, officials said.
Woodridge residents can expect to pay approximately $10 more in tax bills towards the Woodridge Park District next fiscal year with the board approving the 2012 Tax Levy Ordinance on Tuesday night. The total amount of property taxes requested in the 2012 Tax Levy Ordinance is $6,216,538—a 4.389 percent increase from last year’s levy of $5,917,028. Officials say the money is necessary to fund inflationary increases, as well as financial commitments such as: the land acquisition purchase of the School District #99 property, capital projects in accordance with federally mandated American with Disabilities Act compliance, state mandated contributions, and planned capital replacement and capital development programs. For more information on …
Monday, April 2, 2012
Woodridge Patch asks readers to recommend their local favorites.
Nobody likes doing taxes. Well, almost nobody. Thank goodness we have accountants who DO like doing taxes to handle the number crunching. But your income and expenses are very personal things. And a mistake could end up costing you big. So who do you trust to do you your taxes? Vote for this week’s Readers’ Choice by responding to our poll or clicking on an accounting firm’s name and leaving a review. We’ll crown a winner on Friday.