Community Incentives

City of Breese

Tax Increment Financing Dist
T.I.F. HAS 21 YEARS REMAINING FOR FINANCING WITH PROPERTY TAX AND LOCAL SALES TAX, 9 YEARS STATE SALES TAX.

City of Carlyle

Tax Increment Financing Dist
LOW INTEREST LOANS ARE AVAILABLE THROUGH THE CITY REVOLVING LOAN FUND. 110 ACRE INDUSTRIAL PARK FULLY SERVED BY ALL UTILITIES.

City of Centralia

Enterprise Zone
Tax Increment Financing Dist 2
NO COUNTY ZONING IN MARION, ONLY CLINTON. LOW COST BUILD TO SUIT PROPOSALS; BELOW MARKET LAND COSTS; LOCAL PURCHASE OF INDUSTRIAL REVENUE BONDS (IRB'S); LOCAL LOW-INTEREST LOANS

City of Greenville

Competitive Communities Initiatives Stages 3
Enterprise Zone
CITY OWNED 175 ACRE INDUSTRAIL PARK ALL UTILITY
SERVICES INSTALLED. ADDITIONAL 800+ ACRE
INDUSTRIAL PARK AVAILABLE WITH UTILITY SERVICES.

City of Salem

Competitive Communities Initiatives Stages 2
Foreign Trade Zone
Enterprise Zone
Tax Increment Financing Dist

City of Trenton

Tax Increment Financing Dist

City of Vandalia

Enterprise Zone
Tax Increment Financing Dist

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State Incentives

The moderate tax rates and broad tax incentives of Illinois' tax structure are designed to encourage business growth. Recognizing the importance of our existing employers to the state's overall economic well-being, Illinois' tax incentives are specifically designed to apply equally to new businesses and existing businesses. The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) offers three programs specifically designed to assist business growth by providing tax incentives. These programs include:

  • Economic Development for a Growing Economy (EDGE) Program
  • Enterprise Zone program
  • High Impact Business Program.
  • In addition, Illinois also offers many incentives that make the state an attractive place to do business.

TIFs - Sales Tax Increment Financing Zones

  • Illinois Tax Structure
  • Personal Income Tax
  • Corporate Income Tax
  • Sales Tax

Tax Exemptions

  • Utility Taxes
  • Property Taxes
  • Unemployment Compensation Taxes
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