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Connecticut moves individual income tax deadline to May 17

The move puts the state and federal governments in sync.

State Rep. Meskers: CT must ‘hold the line’ this year ...

The pressure in New York state, New York City, Massachusetts and even New Jersey to raise taxes is immense,” the Greenwich Democrat declared. “I believe we are one of the relatively cheaper places to exist” in the area.

Norman Grill: Job loss may affect your taxes

If you've lost your job, you may have questions about how that might impact your tax situation. Here are some answers: Q: How can my...

Industry veteran Nicholas R. Wolff sees something ‘odd’ happening in real...

In the view of Westchester real estate veteran Nicholas R. Wolff, something odd is going on in the marketplace. Wolff has had his ear to...

Lamont’s budget: No income tax increase, but tolls and expansion of...

Lamont’s budget has two tolling scenarios – truck-only and cars and trucks. The governor estimates that out-of-state drivers could provide over 40 percent of the state’s tolling revenue.

Poll: CT voters support legalized marijuana, oppose tolls

When asked about Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's job performance, 67 percent of respondents disapproved and 25 percent approved.

Connecticut income tax receipts surpass projections by $900M

“We still need to take steps to close the deficit this year and to avoid one in the (fiscal) year that starts in July,” Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said.

Fairfield County tops in paying state income tax

People filing taxes in Greenwich led the way in total amount paid, while New Canaan taxpayers topped all municipalities on a per-capita basis.

Taxes for 2012 and beyond

A CPA discusses tax changes for 2012 and beyond