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4 days ago

Explore Fort Willow, an Elston Avenue Throwback to Treehouse Forts and Childhood

...their imaginations in the same ways they did as children. The 75-seat restaurant at 1721 N. Elston Avenue should bring back backyard memories when kids played in treehouses. If the metaphor is lost...

    Explore Fort Willow, an Elston Avenue Throwback to Treehouse Forts and Childhood
    Fort Willow , the soon-to-be-open restaurant and bar along the Elton Industrial Corridor, wants its adult customers to use their imaginations in the same ways they did as children. The 75-seat restaurant at 1721 N. Elston Avenue should bring back backyard memories when kids played in treehouses.
    https://chicago.eater.com

4 days ago

Warm up with these 16 winter brunches in Chicago

1745 W. North Ave. 773-360-1793

1655 W. Cortland St. 773-904-7433

This article has 13 other Chicago locations (Show)

3634 W. Belmont Ave. 773-754-8341

605 N. Wells St. 312-929-0065

65 W. Kinzie St. 312-940-9900

3647 N. Clark St. 773-377-4770

1800 S. Carpenter St. 312-702-1303

205 E. Pearson St. 312-799-3599

113 W. Hubbard St. 312-644-0113

326 N. Morgan St. 312-763-6564

2118 N. Damen Ave. 773-904-7805

60 E. Ontario St. 312-313-1007

116 W. Hubbard St. 312-464-0466

1112 N. State St. 312-586-2150

2500 W. Chicago Ave. 773-697-4413

    Warm up with these 16 winter brunches in Chicago
    It takes a lot of motivation to leave the house when temperatures are in the negatives. Luckily, these 16 bars and restaurants provide just that, serving up hot plates of French toast and biscuits and gravy to warm you up.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

6 days ago

Here’s DMK’s Spicy Menu For its New Elston Corridor Restaurant

...upcoming 75-seat bar and restaurant near Lincoln Park in the Elston Industrial Corridor at 1721 N. Elston Avenue. The bar/lounge should open this week with a globetrotting menu including charred broccoli with...

Check out the menu below. Fort Willow should open this week at the Northwest corner of Elston and Willow.

    Here's DMK's Spicy Menu For its New Elston Corridor Restaurant
    DMK Restaurants' Michael Kornick and David Morton have fond memories of their youth when children played in backyard treehouse forts. That's the fun feeling they aim to replicate with Fort Willow, their upcoming 75-seat bar and restaurant near Lincoln Park in the Elston Industrial Corridor at 1721 N. Elston Avenue.
    https://chicago.eater.com

6 days ago

Chicago’s top tattoo shop is hosting an animal rescue benefit this weekend!

This Saturday and Sunday is the third INK FUR LIFE animal rescue benefit at Insight Studios (voted “Best Tattoo Shop” by TimeOut Chicago several years running)! All tattoos and piercings done at Insight this weekend will raise desperately needed funds for Friends of Chicago Animal Care and Control. Last November’s IFL was the most successful rescue benefit in Insight’s 13yr history, so come early, come often! Questions? Kaia@FCACC.Org

6 days ago

Chicago’s top tattoo shop hosting animal rescue benefit this weekend!

Friends! Neighbours! Countrymen! This weekend, Insight Studios (voted “Best Tattoo Shop” by TimeOut Chicago several years running) will host the third INK FUR LIFE tattoo/piercing benefit! Last November’s IFL was the most successful rescue fundraiser in its 13yr history so come early, come often! All tattoos and piercings purchased this weekend raise desperately needed funds for Chicago’s neediest animals!

6 days ago

The Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitat...

The Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation, in partnership with the Chicago Park District, announced that the City's annual Holiday Tree Recycling Program will run from Tuesday, January 6th through Saturday, January 20th, at 25 locations citywide. Live holiday trees can be dropped off inside tree corrals set up at any one of the 25 designated Chicago Park District locations. The holiday tree recycling program is not able to accept wreaths or garlands. Ornaments, lights, tinsels, and tree stands must be removed before the tree is dropped off and trees should be removed from any bags when placed in the tree recycling corrals. Trees recycled through the program are turned into mulch, wood chips for use at Chicago Park Districts and materials for use by the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District. Participating locations near the 2nd Ward include: -Grant Park, 900 S. Columbus Dr. -Humboldt Park Boathouse, 1369 N. Sacramento Ave. -Lincoln Park*, Cannon Dr. at Fullerton Ave. (Parking lot east of Cannon Dr.) -Walsh Park, 1722 N. Ashland For more information on recycling in Chicago visit www.cityofchicago.org/dss.

    Alderman Brian Hopkins
    The Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation, in partnership with the Chicago Park District, announced that the City's annual Holiday Tree Recycling Program will run from Tuesday, January 6th...
    https://www.facebook.com

Jan 14

Lost Keys & bike key on brass double key chain one BLUE key

I lost some keys while riding my bike, Sunday 1/14 between 5 & 6 PM. about 8 keys, including Kryptonite bike key, Area of Division & Chicago Ave and Paulina & Wolcott.

Jan 13

Jan 12

  • Permit issued for signs

    NORTH TOWER REMOVE OLD VINYL FROM WALL AND REPLACE WITH NEW VINYL (ON-PREMISE)

    1735 N. Ashland Ave. Issued January 10, 2018 Comment
  • Permit issued for signs

    EAST WALL REMOVE OLD VINYL FROM WALL AND REPLACE WITH NEW VINYL (MURAL)

    1735 N. Ashland Ave. Issued January 10, 2018 Comment
  • Permit issued for signs

    EAST TOWER REMOVE OLD VINYL FROM WALL AND REPLACE WITH NEW VINYL (ON-PREMISE)

    1735 N. Ashland Ave. Issued January 10, 2018 Comment
  • Permit issued for signs

    SOUTH WALL REMOVE OLD VINYL FROM WALL AND REPLACE WITH NEW VINYL (MURAL)

    1735 N. Ashland Ave. Issued January 10, 2018 Comment
  • Permit issued for easy permit process

    PEFORM THE SURFACE PREPARATION, PRIME COAT PAINTING & FINISH COAT APPLICATION TO ALL EXPOSED METAL SURFACES & REMOVE & REPLACE EXISTING STEEL/PLATES, LADDER & SUPPORT KICKERS (NO STRUCTURAL WORK)- ALL WORK SAME AS EXISTING; SUBJECT TO FIELD INSPECTIONS

    1854 N. Besly Ct. Issued January 10, 2018 Comment
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Jan 11

Chicago is taking the mystery out of recycling and trash pickups

Two local parks accepting trees are Walsh Park, 1722 N. Ashland, and Humboldt Park Boathouse, 1369 N. Sacramento Ave. 

This article has 3 other Chicago locations (Show)

Grand and Rockwell  (South of Grand Avenue, behind of the salt pile, along the south fence)

2342 South Ashland Avenue (North West corner of property)

900 East 103rd Street (North East corner of property)

    Chicago is taking the mystery out of recycling and trash pickups
    An easy to use website divided in four sections provides information with pictures and minimal text on City Services, Blue Cart Basics and Your Questions, Answered as well as a guide as to what and how to recycle and information about the recycling schedule. Pickup for both recycling and trash is now shown by address.
    http://oururbantimes.com

Jan 11

Jan 10

The Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitat...

The Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation, in partnership with the Chicago Park District, announced that the City's annual Holiday Tree Recycling Program will run from Tuesday, January 6th through Saturday, January 20th, at 25 locations citywide. Live holiday trees can be dropped off inside tree corrals set up at any one of the 25 designated Chicago Park District locations. The holiday tree recycling program is not able to accept wreaths or garlands. Ornaments, lights, tinsels, and tree stands must be removed before the tree is dropped off and trees should be removed from any bags when placed in the tree recycling corrals. Trees recycled through the program are turned into mulch, wood chips for use at Chicago Park Districts and materials for use by the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District. Participating locations near the 2nd Ward include: -Grant Park, 900 S. Columbus Dr. -Humboldt Park Boathouse, 1369 N. Sacramento Ave. -Lincoln Park*, Cannon Dr. at Fullerton Ave. (Parking lot east of Cannon Dr.) -Walsh Park, 1722 N. Ashland For more information on recycling in Chicago visit www.cityofchicago.org/dss.

    Alderman Brian Hopkins
    The Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation, in partnership with the Chicago Park District, announced that the City's annual Holiday Tree Recycling Program will run from Tuesday, January 6th...
    https://www.facebook.com

Jan 07

Updated Jan 09

School Project: Logan Square gentrification

Hello, I'm working on a high school project about affordable housing and gentrification in the Logan Square neighborhood.
If you're a renter/home owner or a member of an organization that is concerned about this issue, would you please answer a few questions?(Please identify which when responding)

Would please define gentrification briefly in your own words?
What kind of inequity is in play with regard to this issue (racial/economic/other)?
Are the existing conditions sustainable?
What would be a solution and how would success be measured?

  • Joe

    The word gentrification was invented in the 60's by a person that lived in a Kingdom. It is an observation of human behavior coined in a place that does not recognize Individual rights and property rights as one in the same. Humans fought massive wars throughout history over this principle....

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    The word gentrification was invented in the 60's by a person that lived in a Kingdom. It is an observation of human behavior coined in a place that does not recognize Individual rights and property rights as one in the same. Humans fought massive wars throughout history over this principle. Lands with castles see property as title and power that should be controlled and doled out by those in power.

    Do a project on personal liberty and how the right to own property or not erodes liberty. Does allowing a 3rd party to control an individual or an individuals property lead to corruption and looting? If government used it's power to protect each individual equally vs if a government used it's power to take from one individual and give to another.

    The inequity at play is the loss of an individuals freedom. An individual is the smallest minority.

    granting gov power over the individual will be used negatively and unfairly to benefit only those in power. Even if the benefit is to earn votes and get media coverage so they can win a seat in Congress, leaving the voters they duped behind with nothing but pandering to cling to. There is no definition of success in the context of using gov against an individual, not to protect but to take from.

  • will h, could you please post a link to a survey or Google form, so responses are more private?

  • Achilles Flaneur ear witness

    Hi Will,

    I suggest reaching out to Sharon Hoyer at the Dill Pickle and Mark Fishman at Fishman Properties. Also Gina at Bird's Nest Salon, and Rick at Logan Square Automotive. The perspective of people who both own/run businesses and live in the neighborhood would be interesting to hear.

    Best of luck with your project!

Jan 08

Morton Salt warehouse redevelopment plans include office, entertainment space along Chicago River

Damen, Armitage and Southport are changing. Can their quirky vibes be maintained? »

This article has 1 other Chicago location (Show)

The Chicago-based salt company said it will become a tenant in the property at 1357 N. Elston Ave., leasing 20,000 square feet of office space for a research and development office that will move there from Elgin in 2020.

    Morton Salt warehouse redevelopment plans include office, entertainment space along Chicago River
    When it rains it pours. Morton Salt's longtime advertising slogan takes on a new meaning as the company's longtime Elston Avenue warehouse readies for a redevelopment that will continue the deluge of real estate projects along the Chicago River.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

Jan 08

Morton Salt facility to turn into office, entertainment space along Chicago River

Damen, Armitage and Southport are changing. Can their quirky vibes be maintained? »

This article has 1 other Chicago location (Show)

The Chicago-based salt company said it will become a tenant in the property at 1357 N. Elston Ave., leasing 20,000 square feet of office space for a research and development office that will move there from Elgin in 2020.

    Morton Salt facility to turn into office, entertainment space along Chicago River
    When it rains it pours. Morton Salt's longtime advertising slogan takes on a new meaning as the company's longtime Elston Avenue warehouse readies for a redevelopment that will continue the deluge of real estate projects along the Chicago River.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

Jan 07

BartShore posted 2 photos to Flickr:

Jan 06

The Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitat...

The Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation, in partnership with the Chicago Park District, announced that the City's annual Holiday Tree Recycling Program will run from Tuesday, January 6th through Saturday, January 20th, at 25 locations citywide. Live holiday trees can be dropped off inside tree corrals set up at any one of the 25 designated Chicago Park District locations. The holiday tree recycling program is not able to accept wreaths or garlands. Ornaments, lights, tinsels, and tree stands must be removed before the tree is dropped off and trees should be removed from any bags when placed in the tree recycling corrals. Trees recycled through the program are turned into mulch, wood chips for use at Chicago Park Districts and materials for use by the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District. Participating locations near the 2nd Ward include: -Grant Park, 900 S. Columbus Dr. -Humboldt Park Boathouse, 1369 N. Sacramento Ave. -Lincoln Park*, Cannon Dr. at Fullerton Ave. (Parking lot east of Cannon Dr.) -Walsh Park, 1722 N. Ashland For more information on recycling in Chicago visit www.cityofchicago.org/dss.

    Alderman Brian Hopkins
    The Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation, in partnership with the Chicago Park District, announced that the City's annual Holiday Tree Recycling Program will run from Tuesday, January 6th...
    https://www.facebook.com

Jan 06

  • Permit issued for new construction

    NEW 2 STORY SFR WITH BASEMENT, ROOFTOP STAIRWAY ENCL., A REAR TERRACE AT 6.58' ABOVE THE GRADE, AND 2-CAR PARKING SPACES ON SLAB

    1815 N. Marshfield Ave. Issued January 4, 2018 Comment

Jan 03

The Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitat...

The Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation, in partnership with the Chicago Park District, announced that the City's annual Holiday Tree Recycling Program will run from Tuesday, January 6th through Saturday, January 20th, at 25 locations citywide. Live holiday trees can be dropped off inside tree corrals set up at any one of the 25 designated Chicago Park District locations. The holiday tree recycling program is not able to accept wreaths or garlands. Ornaments, lights, tinsels, and tree stands must be removed before the tree is dropped off and trees should be removed from any bags when placed in the tree recycling corrals. Trees recycled through the program are turned into mulch, wood chips for use at Chicago Park Districts and materials for use by the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District. Participating locations near the 2nd Ward include: -Grant Park, 900 S. Columbus Dr. -Humboldt Park Boathouse, 1369 N. Sacramento Ave. -Lincoln Park*, Cannon Dr. at Fullerton Ave. (Parking lot east of Cannon Dr.) -Walsh Park, 1722 N. Ashland For more information on recycling in Chicago visit www.cityofchicago.org/dss.

    Alderman Brian Hopkins
    The Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation, in partnership with the Chicago Park District, announced that the City's annual Holiday Tree Recycling Program will run from Tuesday, January 6th...
    https://www.facebook.com

Jan 02

City of Chicago Annual Tree Recyling Program

• Walsh Park, 1722 N. Ashland

This article has 20 other Chicago locations (Show)

• Bessemer Park, 8930 S. Muskegon Ave.

• Clark Park, 3400 N. Rockwell St.

• Forestry Site*, 900 E. 103rd St.

• Garfield Park, 100 N. Central Park Ave.

• Grant Park, 900 S. Columbus Dr.

• Kennedy Park, 2427 W. 113th St.

• Kelvyn Park, 4438 W. Wrightwood Ave.

• Lake Meadows Park, 3117 S. Rhodes Ave.

• Margate Park*, 4921 N. Marine Dr.

• Marquette Park, 6700 S. Kedzie Ave.

• McKinley Park, 2210 W. Pershing Rd.

• Mt. Greenwood Park*, 3721 W. 111th St.

• North Park Village*, 5801 N. Pulaski Rd.

• Norwood Park, 5801 N. Natoma Ave.

• Portage Park, 4100 N. Long Ave.

• Riis Park, 6201 W. Wrightwood Ave.

• Sheridan Park, 910 S. Aberdeen St.

• Warren Park*, 6601 N. Western Ave.

• Wentworth Park, 5701 S. Narragansett Ave.

• West Chatham Park, 8223 S. Princeton

    City of Chicago Annual Tree Recyling Program - RNRA Chicago
    The Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation (DSS), in partnership with the Chicago Park District, announced that the City's annual holiday tree recycling program will run from Saturday, January 6 through Saturday, January 20, 2018, at 25 locations citywide.
    http://rnrachicago.org

Jan 02

Chicago skyline moving up, and out, in 2018

Damen, Armitage and Southport are changing. Can their quirky vibes be maintained?

    Chicago skyline moving up, and out, in 2018
    Chicago's skyline could begin reaching higher and farther out from the city center this year if a slew of ambitious projects get off the ground. Investors continue drawing up mega-developments, including several that would push into untested neighborhood areas for high-rises.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

Jan 02

California rolls its own recreational pot sales out for 2018

Damen, Armitage and Southport are changing. Can their quirky vibes be maintained?

    California rolls its own recreational pot sales out for 2018
    From a pot shop in Santa Cruz that hung a banner proclaiming "Prohibition is Over!" to one in San Diego handing out T-shirts showing the first moon landing and declaring a "giant leap for mankind," the Golden State turned a shade greener with its first sales of recreational marijuana.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

Jan 02

please recycle your Christmas tree

...Ave. Riis Park, 6201 W. Wrightwood Ave. Sheridan Park, 910 S. Aberdeen St. Walsh Park, 1722 N. Ashland Ave. and Wentworth Park, 5701 S. Narragansett Ave...

This article has 18 other Chicago locations (Show)

Kennedy Park, 2427 W. 113th St. , Mount Greenwood Park at 3721 W. 111th St., the city’s forestry site at 900...

Kennedy Park, 2427 W. 113th St. , Mount Greenwood Park at 3721 W. 111th St., the city’s forestry site at 900 E. 103rd St., Lincoln Park at Cannon Drive...

...St. , Mount Greenwood Park at 3721 W. 111th St., the city’s forestry site at 900 E. 103rd St., Lincoln Park at Cannon Drive and Fullerton Avenue, Margate Park at 4921 N. Marine Drive...

...900 E. 103rd St., Lincoln Park at Cannon Drive and Fullerton Avenue, Margate Park at 4921 N. Marine Drive, , North Park Village at 5801 N. Pulaski,Warren Park at 6601 N. Western Ave.,  Bessemer...

...Drive and Fullerton Avenue, Margate Park at 4921 N. Marine Drive, , North Park Village at 5801 N. Pulaski,Warren Park at 6601 N. Western Ave.,  Bessemer Park, 8930 S. Muskegon Ave. Clark Park...

...at 4921 N. Marine Drive, , North Park Village at 5801 N. Pulaski,Warren Park at 6601 N. Western Ave.,  Bessemer Park, 8930 S. Muskegon Ave. Clark Park, 3400 N. Rockwell St. Garfield Park, 100...

...Park Village at 5801 N. Pulaski,Warren Park at 6601 N. Western Ave.,  Bessemer Park, 8930 S. Muskegon Ave. Clark Park, 3400 N. Rockwell St. Garfield Park, 100 N. Central Park Ave. Grant Park...

...Warren Park at 6601 N. Western Ave.,  Bessemer Park, 8930 S. Muskegon Ave. Clark Park, 3400 N. Rockwell St. Garfield Park, 100 N. Central Park Ave. Grant Park, 900 S. Columbus Drive Kelvyn Park...

...Ave.,  Bessemer Park, 8930 S. Muskegon Ave. Clark Park, 3400 N. Rockwell St. Garfield Park, 100 N. Central Park Ave. Grant Park, 900 S. Columbus Drive Kelvyn Park, 4438 W. Wrightwood Ave. Lake Meadows Park...

...Garfield Park, 100 N. Central Park Ave. Grant Park, 900 S. Columbus Drive Kelvyn Park, 4438 W. Wrightwood Ave. Lake Meadows Park, 3117 S. Rhodes Ave. Marquette Park, 6700 S. Kedzie Ave. McKinley Park...

...Grant Park, 900 S. Columbus Drive Kelvyn Park, 4438 W. Wrightwood Ave. Lake Meadows Park, 3117 S. Rhodes Ave. Marquette Park, 6700 S. Kedzie Ave. McKinley Park, 2210 W. Pershing Road West Chatham Park...

...Kelvyn Park, 4438 W. Wrightwood Ave. Lake Meadows Park, 3117 S. Rhodes Ave. Marquette Park, 6700 S. Kedzie Ave. McKinley Park, 2210 W. Pershing Road West Chatham Park, 8223 S. Princeton Ave. North Park...

...Marquette Park, 6700 S. Kedzie Ave. McKinley Park, 2210 W. Pershing Road West Chatham Park, 8223 S. Princeton Ave. North Park Village, 5801 N. Pulaski Road Norwood Park, 5801 N. Natoma Ave. Portage Park...

...Chatham Park, 8223 S. Princeton Ave. North Park Village, 5801 N. Pulaski Road Norwood Park, 5801 N. Natoma Ave. Portage Park, 4100 N. Long Ave. Riis Park, 6201 W. Wrightwood Ave. Sheridan Park, 910...

...North Park Village, 5801 N. Pulaski Road Norwood Park, 5801 N. Natoma Ave. Portage Park, 4100 N. Long Ave. Riis Park, 6201 W. Wrightwood Ave. Sheridan Park, 910 S. Aberdeen St. Walsh Park, 1722...

...Road Norwood Park, 5801 N. Natoma Ave. Portage Park, 4100 N. Long Ave. Riis Park, 6201 W. Wrightwood Ave. Sheridan Park, 910 S. Aberdeen St. Walsh Park, 1722 N. Ashland Ave. and Wentworth Park...

...Ave. Portage Park, 4100 N. Long Ave. Riis Park, 6201 W. Wrightwood Ave. Sheridan Park, 910 S. Aberdeen St. Walsh Park, 1722 N. Ashland Ave. and Wentworth Park, 5701 S. Narragansett Ave...

...Sheridan Park, 910 S. Aberdeen St. Walsh Park, 1722 N. Ashland Ave. and Wentworth Park, 5701 S. Narragansett Ave.

    please recycle your Christmas tree
    If you bought a real tree this year, please consider holding onto it until 1/8 and then taking it for recycling. If you do this, it will be chipped and used for mulch instead of taking up space in a landfill. Full news story here. Locations include: Kennedy Park, 2427 W.
    http://ridge99.blogspot.com

Jan 01

Chicago Christmas Tree Recycling

Walsh Park: 1722 N Ashland Ave

This article has 20 other Chicago locations (Show)

Bessemer Park: 8930 S. Muskegon Ave.

Clark Park: 3400 N. Rockwell Ave.

Forestry Site: 900 E. 103rd St.*

Garfield Park: 100 N. Central Park Ave.

Grant Park: 900 S. Columbus Dr.

Kennedy Park: 2427 W. 113th St.

Kelvyn Park: 4438 W. Wrightwood Ave.

Lake Meadows Park: 3117 S. Rhodes Ave.

Margate Park: 4921 N. Marine Dr.*

Marquette Park: 6700 S. Kedzie Ave.

McKinley Park: 2210 W. Pershing Rd.

Mt. Greenwood Park: 3721 W. 111th St.*

North Park Village: 5801 N. Pulaski Rd.*

Norwood Park: 5801 N. Natoma Ave.

Portage Park: 4100 N. Long Ave.

Riis Park: 6201 W. Wrightwood Ave.

Sheridan Park: 910 S. Aberdeen St.

Warren Park: 6601 N. Western Ave.*

Wentworth Park: 5701 S. Narragansett Ave.

West Chatham Park: 8223 S Princeton

    Chicago Christmas Tree Recycling
    If your tree is starting to look like it should star in a Charlie Brown special, it's probably time to take it down. Don't just throw it in the alley, though. Recycle it! The City of Chicago has 25 recycling locations where you can drop off your not-so-evergreen from January 6, 2018, through January 20, 2018.
    https://chicago.thelocaltourist.com

Dec 31

Key Found Hoyne/Dickens

I happened upon a lost key by the first tree north of Dickens, west of Hoyne. I left it visible on the tree root. It had ice on it so it was probably dropped awhile ago, maybe last night. It was difficult to see making it easy to miss if someone backtracked for it. Hopefully whoever lost this didn't get locked out in the cold.

Dec 30

Dec 28

Updated Dec 29

How the 20% Pass-Through Income Deduction may Affect You

The new tax bill has many trying to understand how the 20% deduction applies to pass-through income and whether it affects them. Before making any changes to become a sole proprietor, understand the deduction and speak to a tax professional to determine if it can be beneficial to you.

https://illinoisestateplanning.blogspot.com/2017/12/the-new-20-deduction-on-pass-through.html

    The New 20% Deduction on Pass-Through income, What is It? And does it affect you?
    There are many intricacies of the new Tax Act that will be discussed and analyzed over the coming weeks and months. While some of the changes will allow for a tax reduction for "pass-through" entities, the complexities of the tax bill should be discussed with your tax advisor to make sure you understand how it affects you before you make any significant financial or employment changes.
    http://illinoisestateplanning.blogspot.com
  • Is the 20% credit on pass throughs a permanent deduction or does it expire at some point?

  • It is currently set to expire with the individual tax rates after 2025. Although the entire tax bill can be changed with the passage of any new laws.

  • Thanks Bryan! It was also helpfull to know that it is a "below the line" after AGI deduction... I assume a new line on page 2. I looked everywhere for that info and it was/is hard to come by. I even tried reading the bill, but it was like trying to read mandarin, or maybe klingon!

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