Sigh Of Relief For Homeowners On Delinquent Tax List Ahead Of DeadlineHomeowners went to the Cook County Treasurer's Office on Thursday to pay their property taxes before Monday's deadline to avoid losing their homes.
Ouch! Property Tax Bills Double For Some Chicagoans CBS 2’s Vince Gerasole has a look at how some homeowners are trying to fight back.
Study Finds Illinois Residents Pay Highest Property Tax RateIllinois has a first-place finish that is nothing to brag about.
Cook County Assessor’s Office Sends Response To Suburban Couple’s Property Tax Appeal To Thousands Of Homeowners A homeowner isn't buying the explanation that a computer error is responsible for an email responding to her property tax appeal being sent to thousands of homeowners.
Expert Says Potential City Property Tax Increase "Not Going To Be Enough" A top Chicago city official agrees with budget experts that a possible property tax hike alone will not end the city's financial crisis, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Expert: Property Tax Hikes Could Chase Chicago Businesses, Residents AwayThe Emanuel administrations’ own new estimate shows a ballooning deficit of $754 million. Half of that is tied to Springfield's doing nothing about public worker pension reform.
Cook County Property Tax Appeal Process Now Fully DigitalThe Cook County Board of Review, which hears tax appeals, is moving into the 21st Century this week, unveiling a digital appeals process that is fully online, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Property Tax Freeze, Chicago Pension Relief AdvanceA bill to freeze property taxes for two years and provide pension relief to Chicago Public Schools has advanced in the Illinois Legislature.
House Property-Tax Freeze Fails; Rauner Says It's Not EnoughDemocrats in the Illinois General Assembly and Gov. Bruce Rauner spent Tuesday talking about the same issue — relief from increasing local property taxes — but they talked past each other in a continuing deadlock over a state spending plan due by June 30.
Illinois Senate Rejects Rauner's Priorities, Advances BudgetIllinois Democrats agreed to give some of Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner's priority reforms a platform Wednesday but still voted them down in an exercise that could further fuel a politically charged standoff that's expected to extend the summer.
Republicans Take Turn In Battle Over Budget, ReformProposals addressing workers compensation, changes to the civil legal system and a freeze on property taxes are on the agenda Wednesday in Senate committees.
Should Luxury Treehouse Get Its Own Property Tax Bill?Property tax officials in Schaumburg have begun researching whether additional property taxes should be levied against the owner of a treehouse who rents it out as a romantic getaway.