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State Commish of Revenue gives taxpayers Sandy filing extension

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From Commissioner Kevin Sullivan at the Department of Revenue Services:

For Immediate Release: Tuesday, October 30, 2012

STATE TAX DEADLINES EXTENDED TO NOVEMBER 7th, COMMERCIAL TAX REGISTRATION WAIVED

DUE TO STORM SANDY

Following Governor Dannel Malloy’s emergency declaration and the continuing impact of Storm Sandy, Department of Revenue Services (DRS) Commissioner Kevin B. Sullivan has extended the deadline for state tax filings and payments due this week to the end of the business day on November 7, 2012.  The Commissioner also waived state commercial tax registration requirements for out state fuel suppliers, storm contractors and others coming into Connecticut on an emergency basis. 

Said Commissioner Sullivan, “For all those affected by the storm, flooding, loss of power and damage, taxes are the last thing they need to worry about.  Similarly, no tax paperwork should impede disaster recovery.”

State tax deadlines extended from October 31, 2012 include:

  • Monthly and quarterly sales and use tax,
  • Income tax withholding
  • Alcoholic beverage tax,
  • Admissions and dues tax,
  • Electric Generators Tax, and
  • Various gross earnings taxes

Commissioner Sullivan noted that the state tax extension does not affect federal Internal Revenue Services tax deadlines.

A complete list of all filings and payments due October 31, 2012 are listed on the DRS website: Calendar Year Due Dates by Tax at: http://www.ct.gov/drs/cwp/view.asp?a=3750&q=447280

Commissioner Sullivan encouraged taxpayers impacted by Storm Sandy and who have state tax concerns to contact DRS for assistance. For information about various tax matters, visit the DRS website at www.ct.gov/DRS.  When state offices reopen this week, customer service callers can contact (800) 382-9463 (within Connecticut, but outside the Greater Hartford area) or (860) 297-5962 (from anywhere).

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Brian Lockhart

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