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Under the Illinois Family Relief Plan passed by the Illinois House and Senate, one-time individual income and property tax rebates are being issued to taxpayers who meet certain income requirements. For more information, visit our resource page at tax.illinois.gov/rebates.
By law, Monday, October 17, 2022, was the last day to submit information to receive the Illinois Income Tax Rebate and Property Tax Rebate (Public Act 102-0700). No filing extensions are allowed. Processing of rebates and issuance of payments will continue after October 17, until all have been issued by the Illinois Comptroller’s Office.
Effective Monday, June 27, 2022, IDOR’s Chicago office is no longer located in the James R. Thompson Center. For walk-in assistance, please visit us at
Under the Illinois Family Relief Plan (Public Act 102-0700) passed by the Illinois House and Senate, temporary reductions in taxes were enacted with regard to groceries, back-to-school items, and motor fuel.
Resources pertaining to these temporary tax reductions are available at
Retailer Resources - Groceries, Back-to-School Holiday, Motor Fuel.
You may be eligible to receive hundreds of dollars in tax rebates
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