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Yoder Treasurer

Edward D. Yoder’s Accomplishments as Macon County, Illinois, Treasurer

Edward D. Yoder was the First Macon County, Illinois, Treasurer to:

  • Accept ALL major credit/debit cards, and offer electronic (online) payments
  • Mail out property tax bills to every property owner, per Illinois State Law
  • Notify property owners of delinquent taxes with simple postcards, and effectively and consistently decreased the number of delinquent property taxes every year since 2011
  • Include an informational pamphlet with every tax bill detailing the roles and contact information of the County Treasurer, County Clerk, and Supervisor of Assessments
  • Have an interactive website with a property tax search engine and documents library
  • Have the Macon County Geographical Information System [GIS] updated to have interactive property cards for every taxes parcel in Macon County
  • Negotiate with local banks to take advantage of rising Federal Prime Rates this past year on the Macon County Treasurer deposits, which added $103,806.73 of interested generated revenue that will be distributed directly back to the taxing bodies–this is a 1,186% gain over last year

Edward D. Yoder Offers Efficient & Dependable Service

  • Allowed prepayment of property taxes in December 2017 for preparation of the new Federal Tax Code, which generated nearly $5 million in advanced revenue
  • Operated the Treasurer Office below the operating budget for past 7 years
  • All Treasurer Office computers are between 1 to 4 years in age
  • Maintain the latest property tax computer software
  • Active member of the Illinois Association of County Officials

Edward D. Yoder Works With a Diverse and Trained Staff

    • Two women and two men are on the full-time Treasury Office staff, three are union employees, and one is a salaried employee
    • Three employees have 4-year business degrees from local, accredited schools; Millikin University, University of Illinois-Springfield, and Illinois State University
    • One employee is completely fluent in both English and Spanish for the Spanish speaking property tax payers