Income Tax

Released February 1, 2012

Creating a graduated rate structure for the Illinois individual income tax is one  long-term, structural policy change that would simultaneously stimulate job growth in the state, tax people more fairly and reduce Illinois’ General Fund deficits.This Report explains why a graduated rate structure is needed in Illinois, and how it would impact taxpayers and the state's budget.

Released May 23, 2012

Presentation on why Illinois needs tax reform, and the case for a graduated income tax.

Released January 26, 2011

This is a presentation of CTBA's analysis of The Taxpayer Accountability and Budget Stabilization Act (P.A. 96-1496), which temporarily increased the income tax rates in Illinois and implement spending caps of the General Fund budget.

Released February 9, 2011

This Issue Brief provides an overview of the Taxpayer Accountability and Budget Stabilization Act (P.A. 96-1496), which took effect in fiscal year 2011. 

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