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A 56-year-old South Bend man has pleaded guilty to unemployment insurance fraud in St. Joseph Circuit Court in Mishawaka. According to a release from the Department of Workforce Development, James L. Sheets purposefully defrauded the system by not...
Tags: Fraud, Trials, Corporate Crime, Unemployment, Punishment
South Bend Tribune ReportLocal taxpayers with annual incomes of $40,000 or less will be able to get free tax preparation help from University of Notre Dameand Saint Mary's College accounting students, beginning Feb. 11. The Vivian Harrington Gray Tax Assistant Program (TAP) will...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) - The Michigan Chamber of Commerce says it wants Gov. Rick Snyder to propose lowering taxes on business equipment and spending more money on roads in his second annual State of the State address Wednesday. A coalition of workers'...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A Republican proposal that would make more changes to Michigan unemployment insurance and benefits law is causing friction in the state Senate. Republicans plan to vote Thursday on a bill they say could assist the state's...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan is dealing with the financial consequences of an unemployment rate that has been well above the national average for several years. The state is trying to shore up its unemployment benefits fund, which has had to...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Gov. Rick Snyder is getting ready to sign bills aimed at saving Michigan employers money on unemployment insurance and worker's compensation benefits. He plans to sign the bills at a 3:05 p.m. Monday news conference. The...
HOLLAND, Mich. (AP) — President Barack Obama has used a visit to an advanced battery plant in southwestern Michigan to promote his program to create jobs through clean energy. Obama toured a Johnson Controls Inc. plant in Holland on Thursday. It...
South Bend TribuneMISHAWAKA -- Faced with a crushing debt and the prospect that he'd have to close the gay nightclub he started 21 years ago, John Shockey popped the words "Save Trumans" on his marquee. All he wanted was to boost business. But Truman's Nightclub, a...
Tags: Media Industry, Bars and Clubs, Music, Minority Groups, Facebook
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterAs President Barack Obama gets ready to give a major speech to the nation on the economy Thursday, The Tribune asked some local business and economics experts what they think the government should do to get the economy to produce more jobs. The group -...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterWhat might appear to be major changes to Indiana’s unemployment insurance policies is really more a case of getting rid of any loopholes that exist in current policy, says Valerie Kroeger, spokeswoman with the Indiana Department of Workforce...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A bill that would allow Michigan to move forward with some planned high-speed rail projects has been signed into law by Lt. Gov. Brian Calley. The bill allocates money needed to buy and improve a 135-mile rail line from...
Tags: Government, Transportation, Labor Legislation, Politics, Travel
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Indiana legislator is suggesting the state adopt a program used elsewhere that allows workers to receive partial unemployment if their employer reduces the work hours to avoid layoffs. The proposal, however, received a...
Tags: Unemployment, Laws, Career and Workplace
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