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CTCPA member Dan Kusaila of Crowe Horwath US named among top 50 most powerful and influential individuals within the captive insurance industry by Captive Review
More than 6,000 votes were cast in this year’s polling period,
Governors Malloy, Murphy, and Cuomo Launch Coalition to Sue the Federal Government Over Federal Tax Bill
Elimination of Full State and Local Deductibility Unfairly Targets Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York
IRS: Important Update About Your e-Services Account
All e-Services account holders must register through a new identity proofing process before they can access their accounts. We are adding more personnel to staff the e-Help Desk, but the registration process can be much faster if you can...
FASB Q&As discuss financial reporting implications of tax law
FASB addressed financial reporting issues related to P.L. 115-97, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, in four staff Q&As posted to its website Monday.
More women with CFO titles, but still far behind men
During Mary Winston’s tenure as a CFO at three large U.S. companies, she rarely dwelled on often being the only woman or person of color in executive meetings. Instead, Winston, a CPA, concentrated on excelling at her job, whether it was in...
National Taxpayer Advocate Says IRS is in Dire Straits, Needs More Funding
National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson makes clear in her 2017 Annual Report to Congress that the underfunded IRS is in dire straits — and faces even worse as the agency grapples with implementing the recently enacted tax law.
Federal government shuts down, CT to feel aftershock
Connecticut residents will still get their mail and Social Security checks, but the shutdown of the federal government will reverberate through state agencies – especially those that are most reliant on federal grants and federal workers — and...
Tax Commissioner: CT Accepting Electronic Filing of Returns Starting Jan 22
Source: www.ct.gov/drs  January 19, 2018 Connecticut Department of Revenue Services (DRS) Commissioner Kevin Sullivan announced that the state’s online Taxpayer Service Center (TSC) will begin accepting individual income tax returns...
CT Post: State tax reform debate starting to take shape
As he delivered a bird’s-eye view of the Connecticut fiscal crisis this week, James Loree, the Stanley Black & Decker CEO, talked a lot about state tax reform. We’re all going to hear a lot more — and argue a lot more — about that topic in 2018,...
CTCPA Member Robert Lally Wrote "Connecticut: Not So Bad for Business, Companies Doing Well" for the Hartford Courant
Bashing Connecticut is becoming a national sport. Media report after report bemoans our bad business climate, high tax rates, bloated government, lines at the motor vehicle department — the list is long.

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