Find information about your Connecticut state income taxes below.Check your filing status and refund for any state.
Where’s My Connecticut Tax Refund?
Check the status of your Connecticut refund using these resources.
Refund Status Website:https://drsindtax.ct.gov/AUT/welcomeindividual.aspx
Refund Status Phone Support:1-800-382-9463, 1-860-297-5962
Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Email Tax Support:email@example.com
2020 State Tax Filing Deadline: May 17, 2021
Note: Wait at least 10 – 12 weeks before checking the status of your refund for paper-filed returns and at least three weeks for electronically filed returns.
Connecticut State Tax Brackets
Here is a look at the income tax brackets for the state of Connecticut based on filing status. If you are wondering how federal tax brackets work you can use a calculator to find what tax bracket you are in.
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Connecticut State Tax Credits and the Personal Exemption
Taxpayers in Connecticut can claim a personal exemption up to $24,000 on their state income tax return. The amount available varies based on filing status. Single filers with a yearly income of $0 to $30,000 can qualify for a $15,000 personal exemption. Single filers earning more than $44,000 per year do not qualify to claim a personal exemption. Individuals filing as head of household and earn up to $38,000 are eligible to claim a personal exemption of $19,000. If that same filer earns more than $56,000, he or she cannot claim an exemption. If an individual files married filing separately they can earn claim up to a $12,000 personal exemption based on their total wages earned.
Generally speaking, Connecticut uses tax credits as deductions on their state returns. They also treat the personal exemption as a credit, meaning it reduces a taxpayer’s tax liability after it’s calculated.