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Federal tax changes further polarize debate over state income tax

Now that Congress has passed a massive federal tax overhaul, political observers here agree it could have a chilling effect on future proposals to raise the Connecticut income tax — even 14 months from now when a huge deficit looms in state finances. But liberals and conservatives were split over whether this is a good thing, as huge pressures are projected to test state finances in unprecedented fashion in the coming years. Continue Reading →

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There’s a near deal — but it’s not bipartisan — on state budget deficit

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and his fellow Democrats in the legislature’s majority said Thursday they believe they had reached the essence of a deal to mitigate state budget deficits and offer modest tax relief to businesses. Malloy announced he would call the General Assembly into special session on Tuesday in the hopes of adopting the package. Continue Reading →

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Deadlines nearing for state budget talks, GE decision on a move

State budget talks made little progress Wednesday but will continue for at least one more day as legislators from both sides conceded a self-imposed deadline is nearly upon them. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy also hopes to extract new business tax relief from these talks and confirmed he continues to talk with General Electric in hopes of keeping the major corporation in Connecticut. Continue Reading →

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Popular proposal for tax reform: Roll back recent increases

A public hearing on how to reform Connecticut’s tax system evolved Wednesday — at least in part — into a critique of the $1.3 billion tax hike built into the two-year state budget legislators and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy approved earlier this summer. Continue Reading →

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Retired teachers buck CT budget trend and get a tax cut

What separates retired Connecticut teachers from the working poor, middle-income consumers, corporations and insurance companies? In the context of the new state budget, it’s the ability to get a tax break. Continue Reading →

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