Income tax hike will cost Dongola residents $330,979.57 more this year, ranked 4th in Union County
LGIS combined Illinois Department of Revenue data with a forecast by Senate Democrats to estimate how much additional income tax will be paid in each Illinois city.
Dongola's estimated increase in income tax payments ranks fourth out of 6 Union County cities, with an average increase of $394.49 per person. All told, the entire Union County will collectively pay an extra $3,080,140.98 in income taxes this year, according to the analysis.
Retroactive to July 1, the higher rate now 4.95 percent, up from 3.75 percent will be withheld from employee paychecks over the remaining six months of 2017.
Before the hike, someone earning $50,000 paid $72 in state income tax per paycheck. That person will now pay $95, or an additional $600 per year.
Senate Democrats estimate the tax hike will siphon $4.453 billion more this year from individual taxpayers. Businesses will pay another $1 billion.
The following table shows how cities within Union County compare:
Here's how all cities within the SW Illinois News coverage area will fare under the tax hike:
The following cities will experience the highest estimated increase:
Organizations in this Story
204 Main St
Mound City, IL - 62963
Mulkeytown, IL - 62865
Olive Branch, IL - 62969
Opdyke, IL - 62872
309 W Market St
Jonesboro, IL - 62952
P.O. Box 404
Dongola, IL - 62926