Results tagged with 'third ward'
Published June 14, 2019
Maybe you've mistaken tonic as a one-trick pony, a bedfellow of vodka or gin and not much else. But it's definitely time to rethink that notion ... because the espresso and tonic might just be your new favorite summer coffee drink.
Published May 21, 2019
I swear, at some point, summer will be here. Eventually. Maybe. But in the meantime, let's bask in the warm glow of another summer music festival lineup announcement, today courtesy of Ayre in the Square, returning for four nights this July and August.
Published May 15, 2019
In case you haven't heard, French food is cool again. It's also worlds different from the fussy, rich, classical cuisine that presided in the U.S. for decades. It's one of the reasons you should take a second look at Fauntleroy.
Published May 10, 2019
Baseball has been very, very good to Broken Bat Brewing, which opened its seven-barrel brewery at 231 E. Buffalo St., in the Third Ward, in 2017. As it preps for a move to bigger quarters, Wizard Works has announced it will take over the old space.
Published May 1, 2019
Dr. Shana Loomis and family opened the Milwaukee Vet Clinic last month in a neighborhood that really needed one! This weekend she celebrates with a grand opening and "yappy hour."
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Are you buying a new car for business? Uncle Sam has tax deals for you. This year, there's an even bigger break than in the past for buying a behemoth gas-guzzler. If you're buying a smaller car, there's a new reason to buy one costing more than $31,000 instead of less. There's also a new nudge f...
This year's recent tax season marked only the second in more than two decades that some state income taxpayers faced a major tax increase.A new analysis of 2009 state income tax returns by the Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance shows the impact of the increases that were enacted as part of the 2009 Wis...
If you've adopted a child, you may be able to claim an income exclusion of $13170 from your income and a tax credit for the same amount, depending on the expenses you incurred as a result of the adoption. (You cannot, however, claim an exclusion and a credit for the same expenses, as we'll see be...
Lowering your tax bill can make all the difference in retirement.Taking maximum advantage of tax breaks and other strategies will make savings last longer, which is critical for those living on a fixed income.That means tax planning can't end with the annual filing deadline, however. Just as work...
Tax day is over. Now it's time to find the top of your desk. If you're like most people, your home office is littered with 1099s, W-2s, letters from charities and other detritus used to prepare a tax return. Most of us are terrified to dispose of these documents, and for good reason: In an IRS au...
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