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SW Illinois pension funds: Where do taxpayers contribute most?

Local Government

By South West Illinois News Reports | Feb 19, 2018

Budget 06

Government pension funds in Waterloo, Columbia and Du Quoin depended most on taxpayer contributions to make ends meet in 2016, according to the Illinois Department of Insurance.

Pension funds in Illinois rely on cash from taxpayers, contributions from members, returns on investment and other revenue to meet their obligations.

How much did pension funds in your community depend on taxpayers in 2016?

SW Illinois pension funds with biggest taxpayer share

Rank
Fund
City
County
Total revenue in 2016
From taxpayers
1
Waterloo Police Pension Fund
Waterloo
Monroe County
$537,824
$441,000
2
Columbia Police Pension Fund
Columbia
Richland County
$450,050
$350,251
3
Duquoin Firefighters Pension Fund
Du Quoin
Perry County
$316,307
$276,882
4
Duquoin Police Pension Fund
Du Quoin
Perry County
$305,767
$241,407
5
Pinckneyville Police Pension Fund
Pinckneyville
Perry County
$232,893
$203,176
6
Chester Police Pension Fund
Chester
Randolph County
$177,481
$131,575

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Organizations in this Story

Duquoin Police Pension FundDuquoin Firefighters Pension FundWaterloo Police Pension FundColumbia Police Pension FundChester Police Pension FundPinckneyville Police Pension Fund

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