Find information about your Connecticut state income taxes below. Check your filing status & 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
2017 State Tax Filing Deadline: April 17, 2018
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.