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Neuhaus looks for more economic activity, lower taxes

Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus, back from a military assignment in Europe, has delivered his 2022 State of the County address in which...

Rockland County’s sales cap tax on gas goes into effect

Local gas is higher than the national average.

Contributed Writer: How to act if you missed the April tax...

Taxpayers who have a history of filing and paying on time often qualify for penalty relief.

Attorney enjoys second career as author and book publisher

“I am a bit of a serial entrepreneur,” Green said.

How working remotely could affect your taxes

The pandemic has disrupted the tax filing process for many businesses.

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.

ABA takes a stand on the IRS ‘monitoring’ all accounts

At issue is a Biden administration proposal that many say would allow the Internal Revenue Service to “monitor” every deposit and withdrawal from almost every bank account in the U.S.

Report: CT has highest taxpayer debt in country; NY not far...

On the opposite end of the spectrum was Alaska, which had the highest taxpayer surplus in the nation.

CBIA: Growing labor shortage, high taxes main barriers for CT businesses

According to the group's latest survey, 80% of employers report difficulty finding and retaining employees and 35% say the labor shortage is the greatest obstacle to growth.

Norman G. Grill: What business owners should know about payroll expenses

Federal law requires most employers to withhold federal taxes from their employees’ wages. Whether you’re a new business owner or one who has been...

Norman G. Grill: Changing jobs? Don’t forget your 401(k)

One of the most important questions when changing jobs is what to do with the money in your 401(k). Making the wrong move could...

Comptroller Lembo expands surplus projection to $470.5M

Lembo warned first-time buyers might be priced out of the housing market.

Dems propose new taxes on wealthy; GOP says middle class will...

Gov. Ned Lamont has repeatedly said he will not support new taxes on Connecticut residents, but indicated yesterday that he was willing to discuss the proposals further.

Study: 1 in 5 delaying retirement due to pandemic

47% expected their taxes to go up significantly in the next four years.

Lamont: CT economy ready to ‘snap back quickly’ within next few...

“A pretty good spring and summer is my hope,” the governor said.