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Talking with the taxman: How longtime Danbury Mayor Boughton is reinventing...

The state's new tax amnesty program – which ends on Jan. 31 – “represents a significant opportunity to collect revenue,” Mark Boughton said, estimating that the state could retrieve some $40 million in unpaid taxes.

CT selects vendor for cannabis seed-to-sale tracking

The system will be used to provide a real-time inventory of cannabis products available in the state and to prevent unlawful diversion of products.

State’s tax amnesty program includes 75% reduction in interest, elimination of...

Those who have not resolved their tax obligations by the Jan. 31 deadline will be subject to penalties and paying full interest, and could face criminal prosecution.

First round of CT’s ‘Back to Work’ bonus payments going out...

Approximately $10 million has been allocated for the program, which will provide bonus payments for up to 10,000 eligible applicants.

Lamont offering $1,000 to long-term unemployed who land a job

Workers will be eligible to receive only one incentive payment.

Joe Cavo to be sworn in as new Danbury mayor tomorrow...

“I have been at the decision-making table for numerous initiatives, and feel prepared to take on this role, representing all members of our community," the incoming mayor says.

Danbury Mayor Boughton named state DRS commissioner; Delivers farewell address

Mark Boughton, who is in the midst of his record 10th term as the city’s mayor, will begin his new job on Dec. 18.

CT launches website to streamline entrepreneurs start and manage their businesses

Now live, the portal -- business.ct.gov – will allow users to communicate with several state agencies in one seamless interaction, allowing them to get their work done more quickly.

COVID-19 LATEST: CT hospitalizations drop for first time; Deaths near 1,100

The state saw the number of COVID-19-postive cases in its hospitals decline for the first time since the start of the pandemic.

State lawmakers debate bill that would legalize recreational marijuana

“We can no longer stick our heads in the sand,” Gov. Ned Lamont said in written testimony on Monday. “Cannabis currently, and will be increasingly, available to residents of Connecticut. While I do not believe that cannabis is a riskless drug, I do believe our state is better off developing a well-regulated market for cannabis.”

Connecticut issues guidance on foods and drinks to receive higher sales...

"It is simply a money grab, that's all it is," said Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano.

Hospitals seek fed declaration that CT Medicaid rates and hospital tax...

The hospitals maintain that the tax exceeds by nearly 30 times the corporate tax rate and violates federal law.

State witholding compliance deadline upcoming

The deadline is coming up for employers and payroll companies to comply with revised state Department of Revenue Services withholding tables and withholding calculation rules. The...

Connecticut tax department ups efforts to detect fraud

The agency will contact some taxpayers by mail to verify their refund requests were filed by those taxpayers.

Connecticut collects $12.5M in outstanding business taxes

A state Department of Revenue Services initiative requires businesses to be in good standing before they can renew their tax permits.
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