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Retailers can continue suit vs Home Depot on behalf of IL over alleged failure to pay tax on appliance installs

By Scott Holland | Apr 26, 2019

A state appeals panel has ruled that the owners of an appliance store may continue their lawsuit against Home Depot, on behalf of the state, over claims the chain did not collect sales tax it should’ve charged for appliance installations.

Tax exemption ruling against Chicago hospice could have ramifications for health care, taxpayers alike

By Cook County Record | Mar 28, 2019

An Illinois appeals court has upheld state revenue officials' decision to deny a tax exemption to a suburban Chicago hospice facility.

IL Supreme Court ends Chicago, Skokie bid to upend Kankakee online sales tax deals with retailers

By Dan Churney | Mar 27, 2019

The Illinois Supreme Court has overturned an appellate ruling that allowed Chicago and Skokie to press a suit against two Illinois communities and several consulting companies for allegedly rooking them out of "use tax" revenue, saying the Illinois Department of Revenue alone has jurisdiction over the taxes, not the courts or any municipality.

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