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GOP offers compromise CT budget, taps tax windfall to bolster key programs
In a major move toward a bipartisan budget compromise, Republican legislators recommended more funding for social services, higher education, transportation and municipalities — and agreed to help pay for them by tapping about $300 million of...
Parties Break Up Over Budget Negotiations
Democratic and Republican legislative leaders always had a strained relationship, but they’ve made their break up very clear of the past few days. On Tuesday, Democratic legislative leaders met privately for about 30-minutes with Democratic...
Checked Out: Workers Disengaged 26 Percent Of Time
Source: www.roberthalffinance.com  May 2, 2018 MENLO PARK, CA - The saying goes that a company is only as good as the people it keeps. But what if those people aren't fully engaged in their duties? According to research from staffing firm...
Tolling measure hits a snag, Wednesday vote suspended
Speaker Joe Aresimowicz canceled plans Wednesday for a House vote on a measure to create an electronic tolling plan, saying it lacks support now to pass. While the Berlin Democrat said he still would try to build sufficient support before the...
For Small Business Week, IRS highlights key business tax topics
In recognition of National Small Business Week, April 29 to May 5, the Internal Revenue Service is highlighting several resources to help small business owners and self-employed individuals understand and meet their tax obligations. The new tax...
RSM Names Susan Martinelli New Haven Office Managing Partner
Gov. Malloy Sets June 4 Special Election for State House Seat in Hartford
Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that a special election to fill a vacancy in the 4th Assembly District of the Connecticut House of Representatives, which consists of portions of the City of Hartford, will be held on Monday, June 4,...
Kevin Sullivan, one of Malloy’s original appointees, to leave DRS
Kevin Sullivan, the commissioner of revenue services since Gov. Dannel P Malloy took office in January 2011, will step down for a private-sector job on May 10, the day after the General Assembly adjourns its regular session for 2018. Malloy...
CT gets $2B windfall, but can't spend most without breaking cap
Connecticut legislators are expected to have nearly $2 billion in additional revenue available to balance the next state budget, a bonanza not seen since before the last recession, according to a new report Monday from state analysts. But to get...
Wayfair Case Not ‘Slam-Dunk’ States Hoped For: Tax Group Official
The pending digital sales tax case before the U.S. Supreme Court may turn out to be an example of being careful what you hope for, a Multistate Tax Commission attorney said. “Most of us on the state tax side came in thinking, this is a...

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