Does the construction "as of now on" mean "from here on"?
- As of now you'll be doing your homework right after school.
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as of now on is not idiomatic at all: the on is superfluous. If you look at this NGram, you will see that its usage is practically zero and as of now is negligible compared to from now on. I suggest that you say
From now on, you'll be doing your homework right after school.