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2022 State of Illinois Tax Rebates
Under the Illinois Family Relief Plan passed by the Illinois House and Senate,
One-time individual income and property tax rebates will be issued to taxpayers  who meet certain requirements.
You may be eligible to receive one or both of these rebates, which are expected to begin being issued the week of September 12.
DEADLINE TO FILE FOR REBATE IS OCTOBER 17, 2022
If you did not file income taxes you can still fill out a form.

Individual Income Tax Rebate
How much is the rebate?

  • If filing as a single person, your rebate amount is $50.

  • If filing as a couple (married filing jointly), your rebate amount is $100 ($50 per person).

  • If you have dependents, you will receive a rebate amount of up to $300 ($100 per dependent, with a maximum of three).

Property Tax Rebate
How much is the rebate?

  • Your rebate amount is equal to the property tax credit you were qualified to claim on your 2021 IL1040 (up to a maximum of $300).

  • What is the Illinois Property Tax Credit? The Illinois Property Tax Credit is a credit on your individual income tax return (Form IL-1040) equal to 5 percent of Illinois Property Tax (real estate tax) you paid on your principal residence.

Antioch Township 2022 Assessments
"Blue Sheets" were published on July 14, 2022 in the Lake County Journal (PDF). Homeowners will also receive an assessment letter in the mail. 

Final Date to appeal will be 30 days from mailing.

Final Filing Date is August 15, 2022

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   2021 Property Tax Bills

will be mailed out May 2022
1st Installment due  June 6, 2022 
2nd Installment due  Sept 6, 2022  

Have you filed for your exemptions?
If the property is your primary residence, There are seven different types of exemptions, this program will reduce or defer an increase in the equalized value of your property. 

General EXEMPTIONS

General Homestead Exemption (GHE)

Exemption Amount: $6,000 Assessed

Requirements

  • Own the property and occupy as your permanent residence as of January 1st of the assessment year.

  • Homeowner initiates  at our office.

Homestead Improvement Exemption (HIE)

Exemption Amount:

$25,000 Assessed /  $75,000 Market

This exemption defers for four years any increase in assessment of your property due to an addition or other improvement to your home for which the Township Assessor would add value.

Requirements:

  • Own the property, and occupy as your primary permanent residence.

  • Receiving General Homestead Exemption (GHE)

  • The Assessor's office initiates this exemption.

OTHER RESOURCES

Request Form:

Change of Name or Address Form

Parcel Consolidation / Division Form

 

Village of Antiochwww.antioch.il.gov

Lake County Site – www.lakecountyil.gov

 

Lake County Treasurers Office

Lake County Building & Zoning Permits

Maps Online – allows users to search and customize maps for Lake County.

Property Tax Information – Find information about your property by PIN or address.

Property Tax Distributions – See how your property taxes are distributed (for any parcel), & contact those taxing bodies.

SENIORS EXEMPTIONS & PROGRAMS

Senior Homestead Exemption (SHE)

Exemption Amount: $5,000 Assessed

 

Requirements:

  • Have owned and lived on the property during the tax year.

  • Reached age of 65 during the tax year.

  • Apply for the exemption at our office.  
     

You will need to bring proof of age (ID) when you apply and if property is in a trust, bring the trust in to our office.

Senior Assessment Freeze (PTAX-340)
Exemption freezes the assessment on your property. It does NOT freeze your taxes.

Requirements:

  • Have fulfilled a property residency requirement.

  • Be age 65 or older.

  • Household Income less than $65,000 

  • Apply for the exemption at our office.

  • Application mus be notarized.

  • This exemption requires annual verification of eligibility. 

Our office offers FREE notary services.  
 

Senior Citizens Tax Deferral Program

  • This program is designed to allow senior citizens to defer part or all of the property taxes on their home.

  • This program functions as a loan, with an annual interest rate of six percent.
     

Benefit Access Program

Benefits:

Seniors Ride Free Transit Benefit

Persons with Disabilities Free Transit Ride

Secretary of State License Plate Discount

Requirements:

  • Must be 65 or older or 16+ disabled

  • Must live in Illinois

  • Total income Maximum Limits:

    • $33,562 for 1 person household 

    • $44,533 for 2 person household

    • $55,500 for 3 person household

VETERANS & DISABLED PERSONS

Disabled Persons Homestead Exemption (HEPD) PTAX-343

Exemption Amount: $2,000 Assessed
 

Requirements:

  • Have owned and lived on of before January 1 of the tax year.

  • Be disabled under the Federal Social Security Act and supply either:

    • A copy ​of your Illinois Disabled Person ID Card stating that you are class 2 or 2A disability for each year you qualify; or

    • Proof of Social Security Benefits. Proof includes an award letter, verification letter, or annual COLA

  • This exemption requires annual verification of eligibility. 

Standard Exemption for Veterans with Disabilities (SHEVD) PTAX-342

This exemption cannot be claimed in addition to the Disabled Persons Homestead exemption.

 

Requirements:

  • Be a Lake County Illinois resident

  • Have served in the United States Armed Forces, The Illinois National Guard or the U.S Reserve forces, and have received an honorable discharge

  • Have at least a 30% service-connected disability certified by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

  • Have a total equalized assessed value (EAV) of less than $250,000

  • This exemption requires annual verification of eligibility. 

Current Military Exemption
Military personnel on active duty out of state or overseas for extended periods are eligible to defer payment of their taxes under the provisions of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act

Returning Veteran Exemption PTAX-341

Lowers the equalized assessed value of your property by $5,000 in the year you returned from active duty in an armed conflict. It is a one-year exemption.