McLean County Government Tax Revenue
McLean County Government receives a variety of tax revenue, such as Property Tax, Sales Tax, Local Use Tax, Income Tax, and Personal Property Replacement Tax. Please feel free to contact the County Treasurer if you have any questions about the data presented on this page.
Property Taxes are paid by property owners of McLean County. The portion collected for McLean County Government is distributed by the County Treasurer & Tax Collector. In the State of Illinois, property taxes are collected in arrears. For example, tax year 2012 was collected and distributed in 2013. Detail of McLean County Government Property Tax Distributions By Fund
Summary of McLean County Government Property Tax Distributions By Fund
Detail of McLean County Government Tax Rate
Summary of McLean County Government Tax Rate
Sales Tax, Local Use Tax, Income Tax, and Personal Property Replacement Taxes are other forms of taxes paid by residents and businesses of McLean County. The portion allocated to McLean County Government is vouchered by the State of Illinois. The statements below summarize these vouchers. The actual recognition of this revenue to the County’s general ledger depends on when the State of Illinois actually distributes payment.