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NY, CT and others ask Supreme Court to kill SALT

The lawsuit filed by the states and rejected by a lower court argued that the SALT cap was a politically motivated bid by the former federal administration to interfere with the policy choices of predominantly Democratic states.

Natural disaster tax relief

Recovery efforts after natural disasters can be costly. The good news is that there is relief for taxpayers — but only if you meet...

Norman Grill: Six things to know about taxes before launching a...

Understanding the tax responsibilities before starting a business venture can save you money and help position you for success. Here is what you need...

Norman G. Grill: Tax considerations when selling your business

Selling a small business is a complex venture, especially the tax consequences. If you’re thinking about selling your business, the first step is to consult...

Norman G. Grill: Year-end income tax reduction strategies

With the arrival of the end of the year, now is the time to consider moves that might minimize your tax liability for 2020....

Charles R. Cumello Jr.: How to prepare for retirement in the...

There are many advantages to living in Fairfield and Westchester counties. Close access to major cities, waterfront views, proximity to ski resorts, major airports, a full spectrum of seasons and the country’s best pizza.

Connecticut lawmaker proposes fee on in-state cryptocurrency transactions

The Internal Revenue Service says cryptocurrencies should be treated as property for tax purposes.

End-of-year tax lesson

Do not sit idly watching the calendar page turn.

Public-private partnership reaps rewards

BlumShapiro and the state streamline tax registration process.

Pay or play? Tough calls loom with ACA

Come the start of next year, hundreds of businesses across Connecticut will have to have answered a critical question when it comes to health care – do they want to play or pay, Thomas Krywinski writes.

Businesses, keep an eye on these tax issues

Norm Grill, managing partner of Grill & Partners L.L.C., says there may be some significant tax law changes in 2012 – or not.

AmeriCares, nonprofits anxious of tax code change

With a major U.S. initiative on deck, AmeriCares is eyeing campaign vows to overhaul the tax code – with an almost certain impact on nonprofit finance.

Study: Conn., NY most taxing

Connecticut, New York and New Jersey again won a dubious distinction from the Tax Foundation.

Survey: Conn. worse off

Just over half of Connecticut residents polled by Siena indicated they are worse off today than four years ago.

Conn. ranked 40th for taxes

Connecticut did not budge on the Tax Foundation’s annual ranking of state business tax climates.