State Revenue

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 June 30, 2004

CTBA's analysis of the final, FY2004 General Fund budget.

Released February 21, 2005

This Report is CTBA's analysis of the enacted FY2005 General Fund budget.

Released January 12, 2006

This Report explains why revenue underperformance, rather than spending, is the source of Illinois' chronic budget deficits.

Released February 24, 2006

CTBA's analysis of the proposed FY2007 budget.

Released January 22, 2008

This Issue Brief provides an updated overview to Illinois' structural deficit, which is a result of the state's flawed fiscal system.

Released March 11, 2008

After a record overtime sessions, the Illinois Fiscal Year (FY) 2008 budget was enacted on January 4, 2008. The total enacted General Fund budget for FY 2008 was $27.4 billion. This Report contains CTBA's analysis of the enacted, FY2008 General Fund budget.

Released July 21, 2008

A comparison of the state's FY2007 and FY2008 General Fund revenues.

Released March 1, 2009

Governor Rod Blagojevich proposed his FY2009 budget on February 20, 2008, and this Report provides CTBA's analysis of that budget proposal.

Released November 13, 2010

This is a presentation of CTBA's analysis of the FY2011 General Fund budget.

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