How do I find personal residence property index number for DuPage County, Illinois

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    www.dupageco.org  or if you have your tax bill it is the same as your Parcel Number without any dashes
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      Usually the fees and taxes are paid to your county treasurer.
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      Contact your county treasurer's office(Or the government agency you paid the fees to). Someone in that office should be able to help you determine how much was paid and what portion of the fees qualifies for the Schedule A deduction.
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      The information may be available from one of your State agencies such as the  State Department of Motor Vehicles
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       IF THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF YOUR SCHEDULE A, ITEMIZED DEDUCTIONS DOES NOT EXCEED YOUR STANDARD DEDUCTION, THE INCLUSION OF THE MOTOR VEHICLE TAX WOULD BE INEFFECTUAL.
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      See IRS Publication 17, Your Federal Income Tax
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