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Illinois Free Printable Schedule 1299-S for 2020 Illinois Enterprise Zones, Foreign Trade Zones, and Sub-Zones

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Enterprise Zones, Foreign Trade Zones, and Sub-Zones
Schedule 1299-S

Illinois Department of Revenue Schedule 1299-S What are Enterprise Zones? Enterprise zones are economically distressed areas in Illinois that qualify for special tax incentives once they are designated by the state and participating local governments. The following portions of the municipalities and c­ ounties listed are designated as enterprise zones. For more information, please contact the local zone administrator. Illinois enterprise zones are listed in order by the date they were designated as enterprise zones by the DCEO. July 1, 1983 Canton / Fulton Co. Chicago (Zones II and III) Decatur East St. Louis Peoria Rockford Des Plaines River Valley (Joliet / Rockdale / Will Co.) (A portion of Lockport deleted February 24, 1997.) Enterprise Zones, Foreign Trade Zones, and Sub-Zones What are Foreign or "Free" Trade Zones or Sub-Zones? What if I Need More Information? Foreign or ‘‘free’’ trade zones or sub-zones are secured areas legally outside a nation’s customs territory. In ­Illinois, foreign trade zones are located in portions of Chicago, Granite City, Peoria, Rock Island, Moline, Lawrence Co., Rockford, Decatur, and Jo Daviess and Carroll Counties. For further ­information, please call the zone project contact person. For the name of your administrator or contact person, call the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) at 217 785-6169. July 1, 1986 May 1, 1989 Champaign / Champaign Co. McCook / Hodgkins Morton Washington Illinois Valley (LaSalle / Peru / Oglesby / LaSalle Co.) October 29, 1986 Bartonville / Peoria Co. February 27, 1987 Rantoul March 30, 1987 Beardstown June 30, 1987 Chicago (Zones I, IV, and V) Chicago Heights Cicero Danville Galesburg Mound City / Pulaski Co. Springfield Streator / Livingston Co. / LaSalle Co. Summit / Bedford Park Kankakee River Valley (Kankakee / Bradley / Bourbonnais / Kankakee Co.) Calumet Region (Calumet City / Dolton / Riverdale) Greater Centralia (Central City / Centralia / Wamac / Clinton ­Co. / Marion Co. / Washington C ­ o.) Chicago (Zone VI) Dixon/Lee Co. Flora/Clay Co. Greenville Mendota Lincoln/Logan Co. Olney/Richland Co. Bureau and Putnam Co. (Ladd / Princeton / Spring Valley / Bureau C ­ o. / Putnam Co.) Tilton added to Danville Zone (see July 1, 1984) July 1, 1985 March 28, 1988 July 1, 1984 Cal-Sag (Alsip / Blue Island / Robbins) (Crestwood and Worth deleted 1/25/1990) Belleville East Peoria Elgin Monmouth Mt. Carmel Rock Island Belvidere / Boone Co. Bloomington / Normal / McLean Co. Quincy / Adams Co. Urbana Southwestern Madison Co. (Granite City / Madison / Venice / Madison ­Co.) Aroma Park added to Kankakee River Valley Zone (see July 1, 1984) Romeoville added to Des Plaines River Valley Zone (see July 1, 1983) March 1, 1990 American Bottoms (Cahokia / Dupo / Sauget / St. Clair Co.) Benton / Franklin Co. Coles Co. (Charleston / Mattoon / Oakland / Coles Co.) Freeport / Stephenson Co. Jackson Co. (Carbondale / Murphysboro / Jackson Co.) Jacksonville Lawrenceville / Lawrence Co. Litchfield / Hillsboro / Montgomery Co. Robinson Salem / Marion Co. South Beloit / Rockton / Winnebago Co. April 1, 1990 Fairfield / Wayne Co. McLeansboro / Hamilton Co. Villages of Calumet Park and Dixmoor added to Cal-Sag (see July 1, 1985) June 19, 1990 Prophetstown / Fulton / Lyndon added to Whiteside Co. (see March 30, 1988) March 30, 1988 July 1, 1990 Sterling / Rock Falls / Morrison / Whiteside Co. April 28, 1988 Effingham / Effingham Co. May 18, 1988 North Utica added to Illinois Valley Zone (see July 1, 1986) June 29, 1988 May 31, 1986 Nashville / Washington Co. June 1, 1986 June 30, 1988 Schedule 1299-S Front (R-12/12) For a complete listing of Zone administrators and contact persons, visit the DCEO web site at www.commerce.state.il.us. Quad Cities (Moline / East Moline / Silvis ) Carmi / White Co. Kewanee Maywood West Frankfort Metropolis / Joppa / Massac Co. Vandalia / Fayette Co. Alton / E. Alton / Hartford / Roxana / Riverbend (South R ­ oxana / Wood River / Madison Co.) Cairo / Alexander Co. Harvey Kankakee Co. (Manteno) Macomb / McDonough Co. Mt. Vernon / Jefferson Co. Ottawa / LaSalle Co. Pekin / Tazewell Co. Bellevue added to Bartonville / Peoria Co. Zone (see October 29, 1986) December 1, 1988 Washington Park added to East St. Louis Area Zone (see July 1, 1983) April 1, 1989 Hennepin added to Bureau / Putnam Co. Zone (see June 30, 1987) Hoffman Estates January 3, 1991 Village of Phoenix added to Harvey (see June 1, 1986) February 1, 1991 Savannah / Thomson / Carroll Co. added to Whiteside Co. (see March 30, 1988) February 13, 1991 Manteno added to Kankakee Co. (see June 1, 1986) July 1, 1991 Altamont Williamson County (Carterville / Herrin / Johnston City / Marion / Cambria / Crainville / Energy / Williamson Co.) Perry County (DuQuoin / Pinckneyville / St. Johns / Perry Co.) Macoupin County (Gillespie / Carlinville / Macoupin Co.) Saline County (Harrisburg / Eldorado / Raleigh / Muddy / Saline Co.) Clark County (Marshall / Martinsville / Casey / Westfield / Clark Co.) October 1, 1991 May 16, 2000 October 19, 2006 Shelby Co. added to Effingham / Effingham Co. (See April 28, 1988) LaSalle County added to Mendota (see June 30, 1987) November 15, 1991 July 25, 2000 March 12, 2007 December 31, 1991 October 12, 2000 Crawford Co. added to Robinson (see March 1, 1990) Cook Co. added to Cal-Sag (see July 1, 1985) Taylorville / Christian Co. Ford Heights June 1, 1992 Mark added to Bureau / Putnam Co. (see June 30, 1987) November 2, 1992 Amboy added to Dixon / Lee Co. (see June 30, 1987) November 20, 1992 Alorton and Centreville added to East St. Louis Area (see July 1, 1983) February 11, 1993 Carrier Mills and Galatia added to Saline Co. (see July 1, 1991) March 9, 1993 Sauk Village added to the Village of Ford Heights (see December 31, 1991) City of St. Elmo, Villages of Brownstown and Ramsey added to Vandalia / Fayette Co. (see June 29, 1988) April 11, 2007 March 20, 2001 November 6, 2007 Village of Milan added to Quad Cities (see March 28, 1988) January 14, 2002 Village of Rochelle and Ogle Co. added to Dixon / Lee County (see June 30, 1987) July 30, 2002 Village of Hazel Crest added to Harvey / Phoenix (see June 1, 1986) September 10, 2002 Village of Granville added to Bureau / Putman Co. (see June 30, 1987) Village of Hanover and Jo Daviess Co. added to Freeport / Stephenson Co. (see March 1, 1990) November 19, 2002 October 1, 1993 January 1, 2003 Morgan Co. added to Jacksonville (see March 1, 1990) Marshall Co. (Henry / Lacon / Toluca / Village of Sparland) Joliet Arsenal February 23, 1995 City of Newton and Jasper Co. added to Olney / Richland Co. (see June 30, 1987) Villages of Paw Paw / Franklin Grove / Ashton added to Dixon / Lee Co. (see June 30, 1987) April 17, 1996 St. Clair Co. added to Southwestern Madison Co. (see July 1, 1985) September 8, 1997 Gateway Commerce Center (Edwardsville / Pontoon Beach / Madison Co.) September 23, 1997 Village of Clay City added to Flora / Clay Co. (see June 30, 1987) July 13, 1998 Smithboro added to Greenville (see June 30, 1987) July 7, 2003 January 23, 2004 Stark Co. added to Marshall County (see October 1, 1993) Annawan and Henry County added to Kewanee (see June 29, 1988) November 27, 2007 Waltonville added to Mt. Vernon / Jefferson County (see June 1, 1986) October 1, 2008 DeWitt County added to Lincoln/Logan County (see June 30, 1987) January 23, 2009 Galva added to Kewanee / Henry County (see June 29, 1988) February 17, 2009 Edwards County, Grayville, Albion, and West Salem added to Carmi / White County (see June 29, 1988) December 17, 2009 Waterman and DeKalb County added to Mendota / LaSalle County (see June 30, 1987) Village of Seneca, City of Marseilles, and Grundy Co. added to Ottawa / LaSalle Co. (see June 1, 1986) March 1, 2010 March 17, 2004 Jo-Carroll Atlanta, Hartsburg, and New Holland added to Lincoln / Logan County (see June 30, 1987) August 9, 2004 April 21, 2011 September 13, 2004 Elmwood and West Peoria added to Bartonville/Bellevue/Peoria County (see October 29, 1986) Vermilion Co. added to Danville / Tilton (see July 1, 1984) Macon Co. added to Decatur Zone (see July 1, 1983) December 3, 2004 August 27, 1998 Bethalto added to Riverbend (see June 1, 1986) Sangamon County and Village of Elkhart added to Lincoln / Logan Co. (see June 30, 1987) November 25, 1998 June 17, 2005 Jefferson Co. added to Greater Centralia (see June 30, 1987) Coffeen added to Montgomery Co. (see March 1, 1990) June 11, 1999 September 16, 2005 Bridgeport and Sumner added to Lawrenceville / Lawrence Co. (see March 1, 1990) Bushnell and Colchester added to Macomb / McDonough Co. (see June 1, 1986) July 1, 1999 October 28, 2005 Mounds added to Mound City / Pulaski Co. (see July 1, 1984) Brown Co. added to Quincy / Adams Co. (see July 1, 1985) September 27, 1999 November 18, 2005 Rock Island Co. added to Quad Cities (see March 28, 1988) Wabash Co. added to Mt. Carmel (see July 1, 1985) January 1, 2000 July 1, 2006 St. Clair Co. Mid America (Lebanon / Mascoutah / O'Fallon / Shiloh / St. Clair Co.) Western Illinois Economic Development Authority Act (portions of the Village of Pearl / Valley City / Pike Co.) South Beloit / Rockton / Winnebago Co. expired May 13, 2010 May 23, 2011 Coalton, Irving, Nokomis, Raymond, and Witt added to Montgomery County (see March 1, 1990) July 18, 2011 Henning added to Danville / Tilton / Vermillion County (see June 30, 1987) January 4, 2012 Momence added to Kankakee County / Manteno (see June 1, 1986) Waukegan / North Chicago Schedule 1299-S Back (R-12/12)
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Related Illinois Corporate Income Tax Forms:

TaxFormFinder has an additional 75 Illinois income tax forms that you may need, plus all federal income tax forms. These related forms may also be needed with the Illinois Schedule 1299-S.

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Schedule 1299-C Income Tax Subtractions & Credits For Individuals
Schedule 1299-D Income Tax Credits -for corporations and fiduciaries)
Schedule 1299-A Tax Subtractions and Credits -for partnerships and S corporations)
Schedule 1299-B River Edge Redevelopment Zone or Foreign Trade Zone -or sub-zone) Subtractions -for corporations and fiduciaries)

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The IRS and most states require corporations to file an income tax return, with the exact filing requirements depending on the type of company.

Sole proprietorships or disregarded entities like LLCs are filed on Schedule C (or the state equivalent) of the owner's personal income tax return, flow-through entities like S Corporations or Partnerships are generally required to file an informational return equivilent to the IRS Form 1120S or Form 1065, and full corporations must file the equivalent of federal Form 1120 (and, unlike flow-through corporations, are often subject to a corporate tax liability).

Additional forms are available for a wide variety of specific entities and transactions including fiduciaries, nonprofits, and companies involved in other specific types of business.

Historical Past-Year Versions of Illinois Schedule 1299-S

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2019 Schedule 1299-S

Schedule 1299-S

2018 Schedule 1299-S

(2015) Schedule 1299-S, Enterprise Zones, Foreign Trade Zones, and Sub-Zones

2016 Schedule 1299-S

(2015) Schedule 1299-S, Enterprise Zones, Foreign Trade Zones, and Sub-Zones

Enterprise Zones, Foreign Trade Zones, and Sub-Zones 2015 Schedule 1299-S

(2015) Schedule 1299-S, Enterprise Zones, Foreign Trade Zones, and Sub-Zones

Schedule 1299-S 2014 Schedule 1299-S

2014 Schedule 1299-S Enterprise Zones, Foreign Trade Zones, and Sub-Zones


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