AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEDUCTIBILITY OF SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME UNDER THE PERSONAL INCOME TAX.
To provide more senior citizens with the ability to deduct Social Security benefits from their Connecticut income tax. A Connecticut taxpayer currently can deduct up to one hundred per cent of the federally taxable Social Security benefits if the taxpayer has income less than fifty thousand dollars for a single filer, or sixty thousand dollars if the taxpayer files jointly.
Introduced by:Rep. Claire L. Janowski, 56th Dist.
Rep. Elizabeth A. Boukus, 22nd Dist.
|New today||2-4 days old||5 days & older|
|2/22/2016||Public Hearing 02/26|
|2/17/2016||(FIN)||Reserved for Subject Matter Public Hearing|
|2/8/2016||Referred to Joint Committee on Finance, Revenue and Bonding|