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Connecticut State Tax Calculator 2017/2018

The Federal tax rates have been updated to the 2017 forecast tax tables and the tax calculator now uses the 2017 tax tables as default. To calculator your 2017/2018 tax return, please select the 2017/2018 tax year. The tax calculator will continue to use the 2017/2018 State tax tables until confirmation of 2017 tax tables is published. If you have information on the 2017 State tax tables, please contact us and we will update accordingly.

The Connecticut tax calculator is updated for the 2017/18 tax year. This tax calculator performs as a standalone State Tax calculator for Connecticut, it does not take into account federal taxes, medicare decustions et al.

The Connecticut tax calculator is designed to provide a simple illlustration of the state income tax due in Connecticut, to view a comprehensive tax illustration which includes federal tax, medicare, state tax, standard/itemised deductions (and more), please use the main 2017/18 tax calculator.

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Connecticut State Tax Calculator

How to use the tax calculator

  1. Enter your annual income.
  2. Press Calculate to see your State tax and take home breakdown including Federal Tax deductions

How to use the advanced tax calculator

  1. Enter your Connecticut State income.
  2. Check the box - Advanced Federal Tax Calculator
  3. Confirm Number of Dependants
  4. Confirm Number of Children you claim Tax Credits for
  5. Select other relevant tax factors (Age related tax allowances, head of household tax allowance, tax-deferred retirement plan, cafeteria etc)
  6. Click Calculate to see your tax, medicare and take home breakdown - Federal Tax made Simple

The Connecticut State State Tax calculator is updated to include the latest Federal tax rates for 2015-16 tax year as published by the IRS.

The Connecticut State State Tax calculator is updated to include the latest State tax rates for 2017/2018 tax year and will be update to the 2018/2019 State Tax Tables once fully published as published by the various States.

2017/2018 Connecticut State State Tax Refund Calculator

Calculate your total tax due using the tax calculator (update to include the 2017/2018 tax brackets). Deduct the amount of tax paid from the tax calculation to provide an illustration of your 2017/2018 tax refund.

Updates to the Connecticut State State Tax Calculator

The following updates have been applied to the Tax calculator:

  • Selectable Tax year
  • Tax calculations allow for Tax-Deferred Retirement Plan
  • Tax calculations allow for Cafeteria or other Pre-Tax Plans
  • Selectable Tax year
  • Updated to include 2017/2018 Federal tax rates
  • Updated to apply Medicare and Social Security deductions as Pre-Federal Tax calculation Thank you Justin Duel

The Connecticut State State tax calculator is as good as the feedback, your support, requests and bug catches help to improve the accuracy of the tax calculator for all.

This Connecticut State State tax calculator aims to balance ease of use with transparency of tax calculation but is provided for illustration only. Remember that you should always seek professional advice and audit your State and Federal tax returns


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Connecticut State Taxes Refund

Check your Connecticut State Taxes Refund Status

To check your Connecticut state taxes refund status online:

You will need to know the primary SS# or Social Security Number, complete mailing address, and most times, the exact amount of your anticipated refund. Click the link below to check your Connecticut state taxes refund status online:


Connecticut Department of Revenue Services

NOTE: The information provided below is for informational purposes only. Our company does NOT have access to your state tax refund information! Please use the phone number and/or website link below to contact the state tax department about your tax refund status.

Connecticut Income Tax Refund Hotline


Connecticut (CT) Sales Tax Guide

You're registered with the Connecticut Department of Revenue and you've begun collecting sales tax. Congratulations! Remember, those tax dollars don't belong to you. As an agent of the state of Connecticut, your role is that of intermediary transferring tax dollars from consumers to state and local tax authorities. Let's take a deeper look at how filing Connecticut sales tax returns impacts your business.

Technically speaking, filing Connecticut sales tax returns is a two-step process comprised of submitting the required sales data and remitting the collected tax dollars (if any) to state and local tax authorities.

In most states, there are a number of options for submitting sales tax data to the state. Business owners may complete a Connecticut sales tax filing form and mail it to the Connecticut Department of Revenue or they can file electronically online. In all states, filing online is recommended.

The filing process forces the business owner to detail their total sales, the amount of sales tax they have collected, and from where. The Connecticut Department of Revenue wants to be kept up to date on your business growth (or lack thereof) to make sure they are getting the tax dollars due. By completing ongoing filing of monthly, quarterly, or semi-annual, or annual Connecticut sales tax returns, they stay abreast of your growing company.

When am I required to file my sales tax return?

The Connecticut Department of Revenue will assign you a filing frequency. Typically, this is determined by the size of your business. State governments typically ask larger businesses to file more frequently. Visit our Connecticut filing due dates page for more information.

Am I required to file and pay my Connecticut sales tax at the same time?

Connecticut sales tax returns must be filed and paid at the same time and are governed by the same due date.

I want to webfile my Connecticut sales tax. What are my options?

Avalara has built the TrustFile product to allow business owners a quick and easy way to prepare and webfile Connecticut sales tax returns. Users can sign up and use the service to prepare Connecticut returns free for 30-days.

Filers may also file directly with the Connecticut Department of Revenue by visiting their site and entering your transaction data manually. This is a free service, but preparing Connecticut sales tax (breaking it down by jurisdiction) can be time consuming - especially for larger sellers.

Can a 3rd party file my sales tax on my behalf?

Yes! Many business owners recognize they are not a tax professional and therefore, choose to outsource their sales tax sales and use tax filing to services like Avalara TrustFile or to an accountant or bookkeeper. This is a normal business practice that can save business owners time and help them avoid costly mistakes due to inexperience and a lack of deep knowledge about Connecticut sales tax code.

What happens if I file or pay my sales tax return late?

The penalty for an electronically late filed and paid return is as follows: 2% of an EFT payment not more than 5 days late; 5% of an EFT payment more than 5 days but not more than 15 days late; and 10% of an EFT payment more than 15 days late.

In addition, interest is charged at the rate of 1% per month or fraction of a month from the due date until the date of the payment. If you do not include the penalty and interest with your payment of tax, you will be billed. A $50 penalty may be imposed for the late filing of any Connecticut return or report required by law to be filed regardless of whether sales tax has been remitted.

Do I need to file a return if I didn't collect any sales tax in Connecticut?

Yes! Once you've successfully registered for and been issued a sales tax permit, you are required to file at the completion of each assigned collection period regardless of whether any sales tax was collected. This is what is known as a "zero-tax filing".

Failure to submit a required zero-tax filing can result in penalties imposed on your business by the Connecticut Department of Revenue so don't take this responsibility lightly.

If I close my business, do I need to file a final sales tax return?

Yes! The Connecticut Department of Revenue requires all businesses to "close their books" by filing a final sales tax return. This also holds true for business owners selling or otherwise transferring ownership of their business.

Does the Connecticut Department of Revenue offer a discount for filing on time?

At this time, the Connecticut Department of Revenue does not offer sales tax filers a vendor discount.


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