State of Illinois Revoked Business License, Levied Liens and Fines on Mary Miller’s Business for Failure to Pay Taxes, Unemployment Insurance

Miller has been repeatedly fined by Coles County for chronically late payment of property taxes as well

Taylorville, IL — Public records reveal that Mary Miller’s business has received fines, liens, and revocation of her business license for failure to pay taxes and unemployment insurance. Miller has been repeatedly fined for chronically late payment of property taxes on properties owned by her personally and by her business.

“First we learned Mary Miller’s business took over $1 million in government subsidies from Farm Bill programs even as she touts support from the biggest Farm Bill opponent. Then we find out Miller’s business is incorporated in Delaware, which helps her avoid Illinois taxes. Now, we learn that Miller has been repeatedly fined for failing to pay her own taxes. This is yet another example of Miller saying one thing and doing another. It’s clear that Mary Miller is a professional politician looking out for herself.” – Davis campaign spokesperson Aaron DeGroot

While both are politicians, Mary Miller and her husband Chris are also corporate officers and co-owners of Miller Bros Farms, which is incorporated in the state of Delaware, a domestic tax shelter. Both the State of Illinois and Coles County have levied fines, penalties, and liens against Mary Miller for failing to pay business taxes and property taxes and make unemployment insurance contributions. Miller even had her business license revoked by the Illinois Secretary of State for failure to pay taxes.

Revocation of authority to do business in the State of Illinois by the Illinois Secretary of State for failure to pay the annual franchise tax:

Lien levied by the Illinois Department of Employment Security for failure to make unemployment insurance contributions:

Fines paid for late payment of property taxes on properties owned by Mary and Chris Miller:

Fines paid for late payment of property taxes on properties owned by Miller Bros. Farms, where Mary Miller is a co-owner and corporate officer: