The Illinois Department of Revenue has assigned Bond County a tentative property assessment equalization factor of 1.000 for 2016, a slight reduction from last year’s rate of 1.0432.
Illinoisans pay more in total taxes than anyone else in the nation, so any thoughts about adding to that burden need to be forgotten, a tax analyst argued recently.
Marty Stock can’t see the logic in putting more roadblocks in the path of those striving to make their living in the home repair industry.
Jersey County's equalization factor, also called a multiplier, remains at 1.000 for taxes to be paid this year, according to the Illinois Department of Revenue.
Illinois residents burdened with falling home values and high property taxes are headed toward a cliff if Springfield doesn't do something soon to pull the state back from the precipice, a financial analyst said.