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The Anatomical Gift Assocation of Illinois – Why Donate? #cancer #help


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Why donate your body to AGA?

Whole body donation is the last act of generosity, acknowledging the importance of whole body donation to the careers of aspiring physicians. Donation is a gift to future generations that inspires and informs physicians and gives them access to the highest form of training, direct dissection.

Whole body donation helps to advance bio-medical research by supplying materials that quicken the pace of life-saving insights. Fields such as orthopedics, plastic surgery, bio-medical engineering, cardiology, gastroenterology gastroenterology and pulmonary medicine have made important advancements through the use of cadavers.

Donating your body to AGA will help to train an array of medical personnel, such as Army medics, Navy corpsmen and firefighters. In addition, whole body donation benefits the training of physician assistants, dentists, physical therapists, speech pathologists and nurses. Each of these professions has improved the skill levels of its students through dissection.

Below are the two forms needed to complete your donation:

Please return these two forms to the AGA and keep a copy for your records. The AGA also recommends giving a copy to the person responsible for your final arrangements.


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Illinois Attorney General – Charitable Trust Database Search #donation #receipt


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Building Better Charities

Charitable Database Search

The Charitable Database is a list of public charities and private foundations which are registered with the Attorney General s Office and in compliance with the reporting requirements imposed upon them by Illinois law. You can search by charity name, charity number, FEIN number, city, state and/or zip code.

By using this search engine you can obtain financial details on those charities listed in the Charitable Database. Such details include the charity s address and county, as well as its assets and income.

In addition, the Charitable Database includes scanned images of current complete annual financial reports filed with this Office after March 31, 2004. A complete annual financial report generally includes a charity s Form AG990-IL and its IRS Form 990 or 990PF. A public charity s annual financial report should include an audited financial statement if its annual gross receipts exceed $300,000 or if the charity used a paid professional fund raiser and raised contributions in excess of $25,000.

In reviewing these reports you must remember that the charity not the Attorney General prepares the reports. The Attorney General does not control the information contained on the report, and consequently this Office cannot guarantee the accuracy, quality, or validity of such information.

Please note that if a charity is not registered with this Office or has not timely filed its financial reports as required by Illinois law, information on that charity will not be available using this Charitable Database. However, the Illinois Attorney General does maintain a record of every charity ever registered with this Office. If you cannot find information on a particular charity using the Charitable Database, email us or you can call 312-814-2595 (TTY: 312-814- 3374) to find out if that charity was ever registered with this Office.

If you want to obtain copies of a charity s registration statements and/or prior financial reports filed with this Office, you may request them by writing to the Office of the Attorney General, Charitable Trust Bureau, 100 West Randolph Street, Chicago, IL 60601.


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Free Rehab Centers in Illinois

Are you seeking drug or alcohol rehabilitation programs in Illinois but don t know where to begin? We can help you find and choose the most effective rehab centers and treatment programs in Illinois. Rehab Centers provide a comprehensive list of Illinois drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs. treatment resources, and free referrals for those seeking drug and alcohol addiction treatment in the state.

Whether you live in Rockford, Springfield, Chicago or any of the surrounding areas of Illinois, there s a rehab center in your area that can help you overcome the physical and psychological strongholds of addiction and make a full recovery. Rehab centers in Illinois provide a safe and effective environment for individuals to get the help and treatment that they need for a range of addictions including heroin addiction, crack cocaine addiction, prescription medication addiction and alcohol addiction.

For more information about Illinois free rehab centers, call 800-481-6320 to speak with an addiction specialist who can explain the drug and alcohol rehabilitation options in Illinois to you in further detail.

There are nearly a million people in Illinois who suffer from addiction to drugs or alcohol. Most of these people will try to stop using these substances on their own but will fail once, twice or multiple times before finally either giving up hope or seeking further help. Free Rehab centers in Illinois provide these people with the hope, help and support that they need to overcome addiction and regain control of their lives.

Inpatient rehab centers in Illinois provide around the clock care during the addiction treatment process. These facilities employ addiction specialists such as counselors, therapist, physicians and nurses that are highly educated in all facets of addiction and recovery. In many cases, the counselors who work at rehab centers in Illinois and provide treatment were once addicts themselves and have a full understanding of the struggles and the fight to overcome addiction.

Unfortunately, there is limited space in the inpatient rehab centers in Illinois and a large number of people suffering from addiction means that many people will have trouble finding an inpatient program that can accept them. For this reason, as many as 90 percent of people who suffer from addiction in Illinois seek outpatient treatment for their addiction. If you have tried to find an inpatient rehab center in Illinois that has availability and have been turned away or if you would like more information about the various inpatient rehabilitation programs in Illinois. call 800-481-6320 to speak with a referral specialist today.

Illinois rehab centers can provide you with a better chance at making a full recovery from addiction. They can teach you new ways of having fun, coping with stress, and finding alternative avenues in life without the use of drugs or alcohol. If you or someone you know suffers from addiction, call 800-481-6320 for help. We can provide you with a free referral to one of the many qualified rehab centers in Illinois so that all you have to do is worry about recovering.

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Producer Information

Effective November 5, 2015 the Illinois Department of Insurance will no longer mail paper renewal notices or licenses that have historically been mailed by the Illinois Department of Insurance’s Licensing Division. License renewals will be emailed to the licensee’s email address of record. Once a new or renewed license is issued, licensees will be able to print their license by going to www.statebasedsystems.com

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The Chicago Diamond and Jewelry Exchange – Diamonds at Cost and Diamond Brokerage in

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The Chicago Diamond and Jewelry Exchange Brokerage program: Diamonds for true cost to the consumer:

The Chicago Diamond and Jewelry Exchange (CHIDEXX) is a diamond brokerage house whose main objective is to offer the educated consumer the diamond of their choosing for true cost. and with very low brokerage fees. By working with our network of diamond site holders, manufacturers and distributors, we are able to meet this expectation by carrying absolutely no inventory. Brokerage Fees start very low at $350.

Online commerce has sparked a brand new wave of internet retailers, and the diamond industry is no different. Before you buy a diamond, you need to be aware of internet myths. CHIDEXX encourages it customers to shop for their diamond options, educate themselves, and then call The Chicago Diamond and Jewelry Exchange. After you have looked, we acquire the diamond of your choice, or a match if the choice isn’t available. We will then invite you to our brokerage office to execute your purchase for you. Diamonds can be viewed and purchased in our office Monday thru Saturday 9:00-6:00 by appointment only at one of our locations. Of course, CHIDEXX also provides a full line of semi-mount gold, diamond and platinum settings as well as custom design services for your diamond.

Rest easy brokering from the Chicago Diamond Exchange. CHIDEXX guarantee’s that our diamonds will match its accompanied certificate, and in most cases offers an unlimited 10 day money back guarantee on all of its loose diamonds. We accept Cashiers checks, Money Orders, Pay Pal, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Bank Wire Transfers.
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We own no inventory, thus we don’t own the actual costs, overhead and liability associated with carrying inventory. The Chicago Diamond and Jewelry Exchange (CHIDEXX) was founded as an advocacy outlet for consumers who realize that diamonds, like wheat, pork, and gold, are commodities that are driven by market forces. CHIDEXX now takes advocacy to the next level with our new Chicago diamond broker program. Our gemological experts have over 100 years of combined experience with diamond history, grading, and industry knowledge. All of our local Chicago diamond brokers (in Chicago Jewelers Row) are expert brokers in their fields. Our sole purpose is to advocate on your behalf, helping you to purchase a diamond that fits your exact needs. A diamond is one of the largest purchases you will ever commit to in your life. Our goal is insuring that, when you purchase a diamond, you will have all the resources necessary to purchase your diamond for the lowest cost available.

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Barrington High School graduate suffers fatal head injury at University of Illinois – Barrington

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Barrington High School graduate suffers fatal head injury at University of Illinois

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Bret Vogt holds up a fish during a fishing trip. Vogt, a 2013 graduate of Barrington High School, died May 4 from a traumatic head injury in downstate Urbana. Vogt enjoyed fishing and played hockey while in high school, family said.

Bret Vogt holds up a fish during a fishing trip. Vogt, a 2013 graduate of Barrington High School, died May 4 from a traumatic head injury in downstate Urbana. Vogt enjoyed fishing and played hockey while in high school, family said. (Nick Turner / Handout)

Todd Shields Contact Reporter Pioneer Press

A 2013 graduate of Barrington High School died Wednesday from a traumatic head injury in downstate Urbana, according to the Champaign County coroner.

A student with the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Bret Vogt, 21, was found lying unconscious along Goodwin Street near University Avenue in Urbana early Tuesday morning and later was pronounced dead Wednesday afternoon, said Champaign County Coroner Duane Northrup. On Friday, his mother, Judy Vogt, said he had donated seven of his organs to numerous people through Gift of Hope, an organ tissue donating network based in Itasca.

She recalled her son’s love for recreation, how he learned to fish through family trips and how he played junior hockey for the Wisconsin Rampage.

He helped save lives by donating his lungs, heart, pancreas, intestine and kidneys, Judy Vogt said.

Bret Vogt was sophomore at the University of Illinois, studying general engineering, she said. He also was president of the Illini Bass Fishing Club, a fishing club at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Northrup said Friday the incident surrounding Bret Vogt’s death was still under investigation. Urbana police would not comment on the case until the lead investigator returned to duty on Monday.

Bret Vogt was first transferred to nearby Presence Covenant Hospital early Tuesday morning before being transported to Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana for additional care, where he was pronounced dead at 12:01 p.m, Wednesday, Northrup said. Toxicology tests revealed the presence of alcohol in Vogt’s system at the time he was discovered..

So far, in my discussion with the police there’s been no indication of foul play in Mr. Vogt’s death. We suspect his injury was due to a fall, Northrup said.

Vogt played hockey while attending Barrington High School, where school officials earlier this week issued a statment and extended condolences to Vogt’s family.

We are saddened to learn of the passing of 2013 BHS graduate Bret Vogt, Barrington High School Principal Steve McWilliams said in a statement. The Barrington 220 community offers our sincere condolences to his family and friends during this difficult time.

After playing junior hockey, Bret Vogt went on to play hockey at the Hoffman Estates Park District, Judy Vogt said. He learned to like fishing while on trips north of Barrington, she said.

When younger, we went on mother and son fishing trips with a friend of his north of Eagle River, Wis. for muskies. It was his favorite area.

A wake will be held for Vogt from 4 to 9 p.m. May 13 at Davenport Family Funeral Home, 149 W. Main St. Barrington.

The wake is open to the public, and a private funeral is planned on May 14.

It’s really tough. It was just an accident of what happened to him, Judy Vogt said.

The family also is organizing donations for the Illini Bass Fishing Club and Gift of Hope. The fishing club shared the news of Bret Vogt’s death earlier this week on social media, calling Vogt a fantastic president, born leader and even better person.

John Whalen is a bass fishing coach at Champaign Central High School, and he said he knew Vogt through local fishing tournaments.

He had leadership qualities, obviously as president of the Illini Bass Fishing Club, which does all scheduling, organizing and getting corporate sponsors for these tournaments all over the country, he said. It’s a terrible tragedy to lose someone at that age.


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    Northern Illinois University Your Future, Our Focus

    2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

    Effective Fall 2017

    Notices

    Through the university governance and administrative processes, after publication of this catalog changes may occur in the academic calendar, admission and graduation requirements, academic programs, course offerings, regulations, staff, and tuition and fee charges. Such changes take precedence over catalog statements. While reasonable effort will be made to publicize such changes, a student is encouraged to seek current information from appropriate offices, because responsibility for complying with all applicable requirements ultimately rests with the student.

    Although the university attempts to accommodate the course requests of students, course offerings may be limited by financial, space, and staffing considerations or may otherwise be unavailable. Nothing in this catalog may be construed to promise or guarantee registration in any course or course of study (whether required or elective) nor may anything be construed to promise or guarantee the completion of an academic program within a specified length of time.

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    It is the responsibility of students to know and observe all regulations and procedures relating to the program they are pursuing. In no case will a regulation be waived or an exception granted because students plead ignorance of, or contend that they were not informed of, the regulations or procedures. Questions on regulations, and their interpretation should be addressed to the advising office of the college in which the student s major department is located. For students with no college affiliation, questions on regulations and their interpretations should be addressed to the Academic Advising Center.

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    Illinois Income Tax Rates for 2017 #illinois #income #tax, #illinois #personal #income #tax, #illinois

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    Illinois State Income Tax

    The Illinois Income Tax

    Illinois collects a state income tax at a maximum marginal tax rate of %, spread across tax brackets. Unlike the Federal Income Tax. Illinois’ state income tax does not provide couples filing jointly with expanded income tax brackets.

    Illinois’ maximum marginal income tax rate is the 1st highest in the United States, ranking directly below Illinois’ %. You can learn more about how the Illinois income tax compares to other states’ income taxes by visiting our map of income taxes by state .

    The Illinois income tax was lowered from 5% to 3.75% in 2015. Previously, the tax rate was raised from 3% to 5% in early 2011 as part of a statewide plan to reduce deficits. If you expect to owe $500 or more on April 15th, you must pay your income tax to Illinois quarterly using Form IL-1040-ES.

    There are -801 days left until Tax Day, on April 15th 2015. The IRS will start accepting eFiled tax returns in January 2015 – you can start your online tax return today for free with TurboTax .

    Illinois Tax Deductions

    Income tax deductions are expenses that can be deducted from your gross pre-tax income. Using deductions is an excellent way to reduce your Illinois income tax and maximize your refund, so be sure to research deductions that you mey be able to claim on your Federal and Illinois tax returns. For details on specific deductions available in Illinois, see the list of Illinois income tax deductions.

    4.1 – Illinois Standard Deduction

    Unlike many other states, Illinois has no standard deduction. Certain itemized deductions (including property tax. qualified charitable contributions, etc) may be allowed depending on the income level and filing type of the taxpayer. Keep in mind that not all deductions allowed on your federal income tax return are necessarily going to be allowed on your Illinois income tax return.

    4.2 – Illinois Personal Exemptions

    Illinois has no personal exemption. The Federal Income Tax, however, does allow a personal exemption to be deducted from your gross income if you are responsible for supporting yourself financially.

    4.3 – Illinois Dependent Deduction

    Unlike most states, Illinois does not have a dependent deduction. You can, however, claim dependent deductions on your Federal Tax Return.

    4.4 – Illinois Itemized Deductions

    Unlike the Federal income tax, the Illinois income tax does not allow itemized deductions. You may claim the Illinois standard deduction if applicable, and specific deductions may be available to Illinois taxpayers as limited deductions or tax credits.

    Tax-Rates.org provides easy access to five of the most commonly used Illinois income tax forms, in downloadable PDF format. For all of the tax forms we provide, visit our Illinois tax forms library or the ‘s tax forms page.

    Submit a completed payment voucher with all tax payments to the Illinois Department of Revenue to ensure that your payment is properly credited to your account.

    Form IL-1040 is the standard Illinois income tax return for all permanent residents of Illinois.

    If you owe more then $500 a year in income tax on April 15th (because of self employment or other income without tax withholding) you must file a quarterly income tax payment using the worksheet and payment voucher included in Illinois form IL-1040-ES.

    This printable booklet includes instructions for filling out your IL-1040 form

    If you qualify for certain tax credits that are not listed on your other tax forms, you need to file schedule CR to claim those credits.

    Tax-Rates.org provides a printable Illinois datasheet including an income tax table, a list of Illinois tax deductions, important URLs and addresses, and more. This document is in PDF format.

    If you are not a resident of Illinois, have a complicated tax return, or have other specialized circumstances you may need to download additional tax forms from the website. You can find all of Illinois’ 2017 income tax forms on the income tax forms page .

    How To File Your Illinois Income Tax Return

    Once you’ve filled out your Illinois income tax return, you have several options for filing and paying your income tax. You can mail your return to the at the correct address below, and include your payment by check or money order. You may also electronically file your Illinois tax return through a tax preparer or using online tax software . and pay your taxes instantly using direct debit or a credit card (an additional credit card fee may apply).

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    e-Filing: Submit Your Illinois Tax Return Online

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    Illinois provides the WebPay portal for all taxpayers to electronically file their IL-1040 forms. If you eFile your taxes, you can expect to receive your income tax refund sooner and will be able to get instant verification of your tax return submission.

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    To e-file your Illinois and Federal income tax returns, you need a piece of tax software that is certified for eFile by the IRS. While most in-depth tax software charges a fee, there are several free options available through the states, and simple versions are also offered free of charge by most tax software companies.

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    The Anatomical Gift Assocation of Illinois – Why Donate? #donation #clothes


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    Why donate your body to AGA?

    Whole body donation is the last act of generosity, acknowledging the importance of whole body donation to the careers of aspiring physicians. Donation is a gift to future generations that inspires and informs physicians and gives them access to the highest form of training, direct dissection.

    Whole body donation helps to advance bio-medical research by supplying materials that quicken the pace of life-saving insights. Fields such as orthopedics, plastic surgery, bio-medical engineering, cardiology, gastroenterology gastroenterology and pulmonary medicine have made important advancements through the use of cadavers.

    Donating your body to AGA will help to train an array of medical personnel, such as Army medics, Navy corpsmen and firefighters. In addition, whole body donation benefits the training of physician assistants, dentists, physical therapists, speech pathologists and nurses. Each of these professions has improved the skill levels of its students through dissection.

    Below are the two forms needed to complete your donation:

    Please return these two forms to the AGA and keep a copy for your records. The AGA also recommends giving a copy to the person responsible for your final arrangements.


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