Carole Nied, Home Seller in Chicago, IL

how and where can i get a copy of my paid 2004 property taxes?

Asked by Carole Nied, Chicago, IL Fri Dec 14, 2007

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smith3gary, Agent, White Lake, MI
Fri Dec 14, 2007
Carole, I believe the correct website is available below. Your question will help lots of people on Trulia. Definately a thumbs up.
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Patti Pereyra, , Chicago, IL
Fri Dec 14, 2007
From the Cook County Treasurer's website:

"Past years' taxes (from the 2005 tax year or earlier) are the jurisdiction of the Cook County Clerk's Office. These include preparations of bills for open items (property taxes that were not sold or forfeited at a tax sale), forfeitures (property taxes that were forfeited at a tax sale), and redemptions of tax delinquencies that were sold to tax buyers. For this reason, the Clerk's Office generates the message about past years' taxes that appears in the stripe just above the payment coupon on the tax bills.

For information on past years' taxes, have your 14-digit property index number ready and contact the County Clerk's real estate tax services division:

by calling 312.603.5656;

or by visiting the Clerk's Office on the 4th Floor of the Cook County Building, 118 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL 60602. "

You can always check current status by going here: http://www.cookcountytreasurer.com/payment.aspx?ntopicid=3
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Ian A. Wolf, Agent, Morristown, NJ
Fri Dec 14, 2007
Your local tax assesors office should have a record of what the taxes were in 2004. If you are looking for proof that you paid them, and you can't get a copy of the cancelled check from the bank, the tax assessor would still be the best place for any records. It is your right as a citizen to have access to any and all of those records as per the Freedom of Information Act. Hope that helps.
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