Sunday, September 06, 2015

Public Hearing on State Taxes Sept. 16

Press Release from CT GOP: Do you have recommendations on state tax policy? AState Tax Panel will hold a public hearing this month that will provide you an opportunity to contribute to a much-needed discussion on this topic. Among the subjects that may be addressed at the hearing are: Sales and Use Tax, Estate and Gift Taxation, Personal Income Tax, Property Tax, Tax Exempt Properties, PILOT, Business Personal Property Taxation, Personal Tangible Property, Real Estate Conveyance and Controlling Interest Transfers and Local Option Taxes.
Panel staff has requested “recommendations and solutions not just commentary on the tax system.”

Sept. 16, 2015
Legislative Office Building, Room 2E
4 to 8 p.m.

Anyone wishing to speak should be in line by the breakout space next to Room 2E prior to 2:00 pm to participate in the lottery drawing. Each individual will pull a number at that time and that number will correspond to the individuals place on the signup sheet. The lottery will conclude at 3:30. If you miss that timeframe your name will be added to the bottom of the list of speakers by staff in Room 2E. Speakers will be limited to roughly 3 minutes of testimony followed by questions from the panel. All speakers must be signed up on the speakers list. Please provide 40 copies of your testimony at the time of sign-up. Anyone who cannot attend may submit testimony electronically (in PDF format) Electronic only testimony will not be copied for distribution. All testimony submitted will be scanned and published on the tax panel website which can be found by going, then click on committees, then click on Finance Revenue and Bonding and scroll to the bottom for the Tax Panel Website.

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