Conn.'s Tax Amnesty Gains Nearly Double Expectations
The Constitution State had projected $35 million to reach its coffers through a 60-day amnesty program letting individuals and businesses pay back taxes at a reduced interest rate while avoiding penalties and criminal prosecution.
But with 10 days still remaining, the state has collected nearly double that amount, Connecticut Department of Revenue Services Commissioner Kevin B. Sullivan said in a statement.
“This is a chance...
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