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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.

Banker John Traynor predicts economy will ‘rebound strongly’

Traynor stated President Biden is concerned about raising corporate taxes too high.

Norman G. Grill: Covid-related tax relief for individuals

Signed into law late last year, The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, contains a number of Covid-related relief provisions for individual taxpayers. Here are some...

10 Fairfield County towns would bear the brunt of state Sen....

The Senate President Pro Tem’s proposal would require homeowners to pay an additional $50 in property tax a year for a house with a market value of $500,000, and another $400 a year for houses valued at $1 million.

Norman Grill: End-of-year businesses tax planning strategies, Part I

A number of year-end tax planning strategies are available to business owners that can be used to reduce tax liability. Let’s take a look ....

CT launches system designed to simplify tax-filing process

According to Connecticut’s Chief Operating Officer Josh Geballe, the goal of the initiative “is to ensure businesses, consumers, and residents spend less time talking to us and trying to figure out what they need to do, and more time with their families, building their business, and enjoying our state.”

Westchester County to hold virtual town hall on senior issues

With the Covid-19 pandemic still posing a very good reason not to have large gatherings, Westchester County is planning a virtual conversation on senior...

Norman G. Grill: Smart wealth transfer strategies

You can distribute your wealth while minimizing estate taxes by using proven strategies, such as gifting and direct payments to educational institutions. Low interest...

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...

Norman Grill: The CARES Act benefits explained

These measures include economic recovery checks for taxpayers, as well as several other tax provisions affecting individuals.

Westchester may waive some penalties, interest for late county taxes

Westchester County residents facing a hardship because of the COVID-19 pandemic would have until July 15 to pay their county taxes and assessments without...

New poll finds Gov. Lamont’s approval ratings inching up

The poll found 56.8% of respondents were unhappy with his leadership on tolls.