Illinois Governor Pat Quinn paid $7,716 in state income tax. He's paying about $3,000 more than he was back in 2010. That's because he signed a law in 2011 raising Illinois' income tax rate from 3 to 5 percent.
The governor's tax returns are signed and dated April 14th, a day before the filing deadline.
And rather than filling out the forms online, he does it by hand.
Quinn lists his occupation as "government/lawyer" - the governor's a licensed attorney, though he doesn't actively practice.
According to the handwritten returns, Quinn donated $7500 of his $177,412 paycheck --- that's about 4-percent --- to charity. His office didn't provide a list of which charities.
But his state tax refund check-offs demonstrate his longstanding affection for veterans' issues.
Illinois gives taxpayers eight funds they can donate to.
Quinn gave $10 each to seven of them - including a wildlife preservation fund, Alzheimer's research, a charity for the homeless.
But he gave $100 to military family relief.
Illinois Public Radio's Amanda Vinicky contributed to this report.