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Tax Controversies in Connecticut


Contact: Burt Cohen

Murtha Cullina has been representing significant taxpayers in DRS audits and appeals in Connecticut for over 30 years.

The State of Connecticut continues to struggle with sufficient tax receipts to meet its financial obligations. To mitigate projected deficits for the current and future fiscal years, the General Assembly considers revenue adjustments, the repeal of sales and use tax exemptions and the addition of new services to be subject to tax. In addition, the Corporation Business Tax may be restructured to require unitary tax filings for multistate corporations. The Connecticut Department of Revenue Services (DRS) will continue to aggressively seek out additional revenues through conducting audits of businesses and imposing assessments with added interest and penalties.

 

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Contact: Burt Cohen

Murtha Cullina has been representing significant taxpayers in DRS audits and appeals in Connecticut for over 30 years.

The State of Connecticut continues to struggle with sufficient tax receipts to meet its financial obligations. To mitigate projected deficits for the current and future fiscal years, the General Assembly considers revenue adjustments, the repeal of sales and use tax exemptions and the addition of new services to be subject to tax. In addition, the Corporation Business Tax may be restructured to require unitary tax filings for multistate corporations. The Connecticut Department of Revenue Services (DRS) will continue to aggressively seek out additional revenues through conducting audits of businesses and imposing assessments with added interest and penalties.

 

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