Owe State Taxes? Connecticut's Tax Amnesty Period Begins

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Connecticut's tax amnesty program will run through Nov. 15 Photo Credit: Flickr user 401(K) 2013

FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Due you owe back taxes to the state? Now is your chance to pay off your debt. Connecticut's tax amnesty program began Monday and will run through Nov. 15. 

The 60-day window allows taxpayers to pay back taxes to the state at a reduced interest rate and to avoid penalties and criminal prosecution.

Tax amnesty is open to anyone, individuals or businesses, who owe Connecticut taxes for any period ending on or before Nov. 30, 2012.

Those who come forward during the amnesty period receive a 75 percent reduction in the interest due provided the taxes due are paid in full by the end of the 60-day window. 

To hear more about the program from Kevin Sullivan, state commissioner of revenue services, click here. To apply for the tax amnesty, click here.  

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evelyn h:

The government is the only organization I know of that can put you in prison for not paying what you 'owe" THEM.

But those on the dole can suck all day long till the teats run dry.

Remember the old movies featuring 'debtor's prisons' in old England and how archaic it seemed then?


But those on the dole can suck all day long till the teats run dry as in the oil companies with the Republican tax breaks

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