State Now Requiring Electronic Tax Filings
The state Tax Department is now requiring many state taxes to be paid electronically, effective for tax periods beginning on or after Jan. 1, 2014.
Taxes that will have to be filed electronically include:
- Corporation business tax
- Sales and use tax
- Income tax withholding
- Business use tax
- Room occupancy
- Admissions and dues
- Composite income tax
Failure to comply with the electronic filings could bring penalties, says the DRS.
“Electronic filing saves the taxpayer and the State of Connecticut time and money,” says DRS Commissioner Kevin Sullivan. “Taxpayers also have the benefit of immediate confirmation that their returns have been filed and paid, and a record of the transaction.”
For complete information about the filing requirement, including links to explanatory publications and a Q&A, visit the DRS website.
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