Historic Tax Cuts

January 3, 2024

As a result of fiscally responsible budgeting by the legislature and governor, significant tax relief is on the way for many Connecticut taxpayers in 2024.

Three tax relief measures went into effect on January 1, including the largest income tax cut in state history, an increase in a tax credit aimed at the lowest-income workers, and an expansion of exemptions on certain pension and annuity earnings that will benefit seniors.

One million filers will benefit from a decrease in the rates for the two lowest state income tax brackets:

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Small Business Saturday - Shop Local

November 24, 2023

We have a great deal to look forward to in the upcoming days with Thanksgiving celebrations, being together with loved ones, and Small Business Saturday just around the corner on November 25. The latter is a great opportunity to support our local entrepreneurs, artisans, and small businesses that make our community unique and vibrant.

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Delivering for Higher Education

August 16, 2023

We have made significant strides in supporting higher education and ensuring a brighter future with opportunities, support, and financial relief for our students.

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Resources for the Upcoming School Year

August 10, 2023

It’s that time again when we start winding down the summer and begin back-to-school preparations; I want to share news and events that will ease that transition for the upcoming school year.

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Veterans: Act Now on the PACT Act for Backdated Compensation

August 8, 2023

Are you a veteran who is suffering from a service-related injury or illness? Claims received by August 9 are eligible for 12 months of backdated compensation.

There’s no deadline to apply for PACT Act benefits. But if you file your PACT Act claim — or quickly submit your intent to file — on or before August 9, you may receive benefits backdated to August 10, 2022, if approved.

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