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The City's financial transactions are recorded and reported.
The Accounts Receivable Division is responsible for collecting a variety of receivables including ambulance bills and cost recovery from damages to City properties.
Pursuant to the City's Municipal Code, the Department of Finance, Office of the City Comptroller provides core fiscal functions and manages the disbursements of City funds.
Chicago Benefits Office is responsible for the administration of life, health, dental, vision and related benefit programs for all eligible City of Chicago employees, dependents, and retirees.
The Citation Administration Division is responsible for parking and red light ticket collections and customer service.
Provides oversight of the City's Debt Management and Cash Management functions.
The Payment Processing Division operates neighborhood based payment centers, as well as payment centers at City Hall and 400 W. Superior for in-person payments and customer service inquiries.
The City's Risk Management Division is responsible for effectively managing the City of Chicago's exposures to accidental losses in ways which protect the City's assets and assure continuity of its operations.
The Tax Division is responsible for collection, auditing and customer service for all municipal taxes.