Wednesday, April 24, 2013
The Marketplace Fairness Act would give states the ability to collect online sales taxes.
The Senate cleared the way this week for the passage of the Marketplace Fairness Act, which requires businesses with more than $1 million in Internet sales to pay sales taxes to the state where the buyer resides, Slate reported. While a 1992 Supreme Court decision allows for taxing online sales, states don’t collect online sales tax unless the buyer voluntarily sends it. In 2012, states collectively lost an estimated $23.3 billion in sales tax revenue due to online sales according to the National Conference of State Legislatures, the Huffington Post reported. Michael Mazerov of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities says the Marketplace Fairness Act would make tax collections slightly more progressive, since poorer Americans are less…
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
Several new businesses opened shop, while others left town.
Many new businesses started to call Deerfield home in 2012. Others left the community after years, or in some cases, just months with the village. Here is a round-up of some of the more notable openings and closing in 2012, according to Andrew Lichterman, management analyst with the village of Deerfield. One of the most popular additions has been Bobby’s Deerfield, which opened in downtown Deerfield. The popular restaurant serves up lunch and dinner to customers. For more Deerfield business news, sign up for our free morning newsletter. Other openings in 2012 included Sign-A-Rama, Bedding Experts, and GolfTech. Other new additions coming to town are North Shore Furrier and Formal Wear and Lifetouch Portrait Studio, Lictherman said. He …
Friday, December 7, 2012
Deerfield Square has one vacancy left in the main shopping center. What would you like to see move in?
Deerfield Square is nearly full with merchants offering a wide array of goods from groceries to fashions for both adults and children. There is only one space left on the Square and Patch wants to know what you would like to see. Get local news in a daily email from Patch. It's like getting a free newspaper. Learn more. Plenty of possibilities exist and there is only one space. Give it some thought, take the poll and leave your ideas in comments. If you know a business to fill it, let CRM Real Estate know (847-948-6500). The company would also like to bring new neighbors to Deerfield to fill what was once Starland Creative Center and Curves which is immediately west of the Square. For more news and updates, "like" us on Facebook or follow …
Monday, July 23, 2012
After years in Chicago and Lincolnwood, Sandy Panuce opens her dream shop in Deerfield Square.
Sandy Panuce may be relatively new to the Deerfield merchant community, but the owner of Avenue Fashions has been in the apparel business all her life. It has been a family endeavor for over 60 years. When she opened her Deerfield location on May 1, 2011, it was the culmination of what she hoped to achieve in the retail business. Recently, she took time to answer five questions for Patch. What led you to open Avenue Fashions in Deerfield? I like the mall and Deerfield is in between Highland Park, Lake Forest, Northbrook, Riverwoods, Glenview and Glencoe. Why is Deerfield a good community for the Avenue Fashions? The people in Deerfield helped me reenergize myself. These are very nice people. This is a location where people are going …
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Patch Places has all of the info on local restaurants, salons, shops and more— make it yours!
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Tuesday, June 5, 2012
When Patch launched in Deerfield Patch in September 2010, editors and contributors ventured to local businesses to collect information for our directory. The result: Patch Places. Patch Places is the spot to find descriptions, hours, accepted payment methods and more for spots around town. You can even see what your neighbors think of a business before you try it or write your own review. But local businesses get extra bonuses when they claim a listing. Owners or managers can sign in and search for their business. Underneath the photos, there is a box with the question: Do you own or manage this location? Claim it! Just click 'Claim it!' and a form will pop up asking for contact information and authorization to claim the listing. Within a …
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Advanced Clinical relocates to Parkway North Center.
The Parkway North Center has a new tenant. Advanced Clinical, a clinical research talent and solutions provider moved it’s headquarters from Bannockburn to Deerfield. According to a company press release, Advanced Clinical was in need of a larger space to accommodate its growing services. "The decision to expand our office space reflects our strategy to provide a full suite of clinical research services and solutions," said Leo Sheridan, CEO. "This is an exciting move for our team. It is a testament to the importance of our continued growth and strength to fully serving our growing client base.”