2022 Cook County Tax Bills
The 1st Installment of the 2022 Cook County Tax Bills are now available available for download at www.CookCountyTreasurer.com
GEORGE A. CARDENAS and SAMANTHA STEELE have taken their oath of office and have joined LARRY ROGERS JR. as commissioners at the Cook County Board of Review. Congratulations to each of you.
Cook County 2021 2d Installment Tax Bills have been mailed
The Cook County 2021 2d Installment Tax Bills have been mailed. Payment is due December 30th.
Cook County 2021 Tax Bills
The Cook County Treasuer has posted the 2021 2d installment tax bills at https://www.cookcountytreasurer.com. Paper bills will be mailed on or about December 1, 2022 and are due for payment on December 30, 2022. Payments can be made at any Chase Bank branch or via wire.
WPTA Webinar on PTAB e-filing system
Changes are coming to the State of Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board as it rolls out its new e-filing system. The Women's Property Tax Association is hosting a webinar where PTAB Executive Director Michael O'Malley will lead a discussion about the new system and answer questions from the audience on: November 9, 2022 at Noon. For more information and registration, visit http://www.wptaillinois.com
Judge Katherine Patti R.I.P.
In Memoriam: Katherine Patti (1957-2022) State of Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board Chief Administrative Law Judge It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of State of Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board Deputy Chief Administrative Law Judge Katherine Patti on October 29, 2022. Judge Patti managed to bring laughter and lightness to her Property Tax Appeal [...]
2021 Cook County Multiplier
The Illinois Department of Revenue has set the 2021 Cook County Tax Multiplier at 3.0027
Study by Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas
How Wealthy Investors are Making Millions Exploiting Illinois’ Property Tax Law October 2022 Over the years, private investors have helped rewrite an arcane section of Illinois’ property tax code. Today, they are using that law to their advantage to rake in millions of dollars in profits — largely at the expense of Black and Latino, low-income residents. That’s the conclusion [...]
The Cook County Board is considering an amendment to the Classification ordinance which will create tax incentives for new construction or rehab of commercial buildings which will be used as a retail grocery store.