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As pandemic slams CT’s economy, sports betting, recreational marijuana could gain momentum in 2021
In just six months, the COVID-19-induced economic recession has pushed Connecticut’s unemployment rate up to nearly 15% as the state budget deficit is also projected to top $2.1 billion in the current fiscal year. Looking for ways to jumpstart...
DRS Communication to Taxpayer Service Center (TSC) Users
Recently, the Department of Revenue Services communicated with TSC users about the approaching launch of the agency's exciting modernization inititative: The Department of Revenue Services (DRS) is currently undergoing a multi-year,...
Extended, stressful tax season finally coming to an end Extended, stressful tax season finally coming to an end
The tax deadline is coming Wednesday after tax season was extended by three months to give taxpayers and preparers more time to deal with the novel coronavirus pandemic, but many of them will be dealing with extensions and amended returns in the...
Connecticut DRS posts Office of the Commissioner Guidance pertaining to CARES Act
The Connecticut Department of Revenue Services has posted the following Office of the Commissioner Guidance pertaining to the CARES Act: OCG - 10, Regarding the Connecticut Tax Implications of the CARES Act On March 27, 2020, Public Law No....
Reminder: Single Use Plastic Bag Fee Suspension Set to Expire June 30
The temporary suspension of Connecticut's single-use plastic bag fee, originally implemented by Executive Order on March 26th, is set to expire on June 30, 2020. Retailers should prepare to resume collection of the state-level plastic bag fee on...
Pandemic could erode one-third of all state revenues, new analysis finds
Connecticut’s finances are considerably worse than even the ugly scenario Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration painted in early May, if the analysts behind a new private study are correct.
DRS Reminds Taxpayers of June 1 Deadline: Filing and Payment Due Date for Sales and Room Occupancy Tax
The Connecticut Department of Revenue Services (DRS) is reminding taxpayers, including small businesses, that the following returns and payments are due Monday, June 1, 2020: •Sales Tax and Room Occupancy Tax returns for the month of April...
DRS Reminds Taxpayers of Services Available
The Connecticut Department of Revenue Services (DRS) continues to provide taxpayer assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic. DRS understands the challenges that taxpayers currently face and our tax professionals are prepared to offer the highest...
The Quick Tax Fix for Qualified Improvement Property
At long last, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act fixes a glitch in the tax rules for deductions for “qualified improvement property” (QIP). The change, which some tax commentators have calling for since the Tax Cuts and...
Essential documents clients must update during COVID-19
CPAs have been especially busy in recent weeks counseling clients through the sudden economic challenges brought on by COVID-19. Because you’ll be communicating with a large number of your clients, this can be a timely opportunity to also...

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Continuing Professional Development

LIVESTREAM - State Tax 360 Conference - 11/4/2020 -
This virtual conference will be broken up into two 4-hour days (8:30 am - 12:30 pm) on November 4 and 5. Please note that when you register for...