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Finance Office

The Finance Department is responsible for managing a comprehensive financial system for the County; developing and implementing the annual budget; overseeing the accounting of all department funds and financial procedures; processing accounts payable for all County Departments; maintaining a record system including all revenues and expenditures; and acting as an information source and making recommendations to the County Board on all financial policies, procedures, and corresponding ordinances.

The County budget, appropriation, and tax levy ordinances are prepared for the County Board by the Finance Director. In addition, the Finance Office handles payroll and personnel records, and administers employee benefit programs such as health insurance, pension plans, deferred compensation plans, etc. Administration of the County’s risk management function is also the responsibility of the Finance Department including self-insured workers compensation and liability insurance programs. Additionally, the County is audited annually by an independent CPA firm retained by the County Board and the Finance Department coordinates the entire audit process.

Pete Stefan

 

 

 

 

 

 


PETER J. STEFAN
Finance Director

Phone: 815-895-7127
FAX: 815-895-7129
pstefan@dekalbcounty.org

Employment  Verification:
Initial Verification: Fax to 815-895-7129
(48 Business Hours Turnaround)

Re-Verification (after 48 Hours)
Phone: 815-895-1635

Legislative Center
200 North Main Street
Sycamore, IL 60178
Hours: 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m.

Pete Stefan

 

 

 

 

 

 


PETER J. STEFAN
Finance Director

Phone: 815-895-7127
FAX: 815-895-7129
pstefan@dekalbcounty.org

Employment  Verification:
Initial Verification: Fax to 815-895-7129
(48 Business Hours Turnaround)

Re-Verification (after 48 Hours)
Phone: 815-895-1635

Legislative Center
200 North Main Street
Sycamore, IL 60178
Hours: 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m.

The Finance Department is responsible for managing a comprehensive financial system for the County; developing and implementing the annual budget; overseeing the accounting of all department funds and financial procedures; processing accounts payable for all County Departments; maintaining a record system including all revenues and expenditures; and acting as an information source and making recommendations to the County Board on all financial policies, procedures, and corresponding ordinances.

The County budget, appropriation, and tax levy ordinances are prepared for the County Board by the Finance Director. In addition, the Finance Office handles payroll and personnel records, and administers employee benefit programs such as health insurance, pension plans, deferred compensation plans, etc. Administration of the County’s risk management function is also the responsibility of the Finance Department including self-insured workers compensation and liability insurance programs. Additionally, the County is audited annually by an independent CPA firm retained by the County Board and the Finance Department coordinates the entire audit process.

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