Connecticut State Tax Rate 2010 – Connecticut Tax Brackets 2010

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Connecticut State Tax Rate 2010 Structure Online
If your income range is between $0 and $10,000, your tax rate on every dollar of income earned is 3%.
If your income range is $10,001 and over, your tax rate on every dollar of income earned is 5%.
Individual Tax Forms Information
# CT-3911 - Taxpayer Statement Regarding Refund
# CT-1040V - Payment Voucher
Form CT-1040 - 2009 Connecticut Resident Individual Income Tax Return
Form CT-1040 Booklet - 2009 Connecticut Resident Individual Income Tax Return Booklet (w/ Instructions)
Connecticut Non-Residents forms Information
Form CT-1040NR/PY - 2009 Connecticut Non-Resident and Part-Year Resident Tax Return
Form CT-1040NR/PY Booklet - 2009 Connecticut Non-Resident and Part-Year Resident Tax Return Booklet (w/ Instructions)
Schedule CT-SI - Non-Resident or Part-Year Resident Schedule of Income from CT Sources
Connecticut Extension
Form CT-1040 EXT - Extension of Time to File Income Tax Return
Connecticut Payment Voucher
Form CT-1040ES - 2009 Estimated Income Tax Payment Coupon

Filing Your Tax Returns
Where to File™ - Addresses and Information for Mailing IRS and Connecticut State Tax Forms
File Online - Includes Error Check and Electronic Refunds
Connecticut does not have any tax deductions. However, if you itemize your deductions on your 2006 federal income tax return, you can deduct Connecticut income taxes actually paid in 2006.
You must file a Connecticut state income tax form if your total income from all sources exceeds 12,500 (single filer) 12,000 (married filing separately), 24,000 (married filing jointly) or 19,000 (head of household).

All wages of a Connecticut resident are subject to the state's income tax, even if the resident works outside of the state. There are rules that limit the amount of tax these individuals must pay.
Connecticut has a Statewide 6% tax with no additional local tax. Sales tax is administered by the Department of Revenue which registers new businesses and collects sales tax.
Connecticut's corporation tax applies only to companies that are organized as so-called “C” corporations and that do business in the state. It does not apply to other types of business entities, such as partnerships and limited partnerships, sole proprietorships, limited liability companies, limited liability partnerships, or S corporations. That includes any corporation that is formed with the Connecticut Secretary or the State and any corporation formed outside of Connecticut but who meets the nexus criteria in the CT of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies. The corporate income tax rate is a flat 7.5% of taxable income.

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