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Per 20 ILCS 655/8.2(b), each zone administrator shall collect and aggregate the following information: (1) the estimated cost of each building project, broken down into labor and materials; and (2) within 60 days after the end of the project, the actual cost of each building project, broken down into labor and materials.
When adding a new project to the reporting portal, the Zone Administrator will need to provide the following:
For existing projects that expired in 2017, the Zone administrator will need to provide the following:
Several additional pieces of information are requested, in order to facilitate verification of other Enterprise Zone reports:
The ability to close out a project (and all of its corresponding building exemption certificates) is a new feature of the online portal for Zone Administrators. For projects that have been on the system prior to November, 2016, the Zone administrator will be required to provide additional information, such as business information, the building permit issuance date, jobs information, project cost estimates, and project actual costs.
No, once a project has been closed, it cannot be reopened. However, for reference purposes, you can still view project information (including the certificates) by checking the ‘show hidden’ box.
Once a project is closed on the online portal, all the building material exemption certificates affiliated with this project will be automatically ceased. It is assumed that once a project is complete there is no additional need for sales tax exemptions on building materials.