The state of Illinois collects revenue from a variety of sources. Information provided by the Office of the Comptroller allows taxpayers to identify those revenue streams. Additional information pertaining to revenues can also be found in reports compiled by the Comptroller’s Office.
|Statewide||Perform a statewide search if you are unsure where to begin.|
|By Fund||Select a fund to investigate. State funds are created by the General Assembly to address specific state revenues and liabilities.|
|By Agency||Select an agency to investigate. Agencies are established by the General Assembly to administer the various functions of state government.|
|By Revenue Source||Select a revenue source to investigate. A revenue source is the way in which the state brings in public dollars.|