State Suspends Tax Reapplication Requirements

State Suspends Tax Reapplication Requirements


Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, the State of Connecticut has issued the following:

 

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 10:

Suspension of Reapplication Filing Requirement for the Additional Veterans Tax Relief Program

The biennial filing requirements imposed by Sections 12-81g, 12-81f, 12-81ii, and 12-81jj of the Connecticut General Statutes for taxpayers who were granted tax relief benefits pursuant to those sections for the Grand List year 2019 and who are required to recertify for the Grand List year 2021, are suspended and such taxpayers shall automatically maintain their benefits for the next biennial cycle ending in Grand List year 2023.

 

Suspension of Reapplication Filing Requirement for the Homeowners’-Elderly/Disabled Circuit Breaker and Freeze Tax Relief Programs

The biennial filing requirements imposed by sections 12-170aa (e) and (f), 12-170v, 12-170w, 12-129b, 12-129c and 12-129n of the Connecticut General Statutes, for taxpayers who were granted tax relief benefits for the Grand List year for 2018 and who are required to recertify for the Grand List year 2020, are suspended and such taxpayers shall automatically maintain their benefits for the next biennial cycle ending in Grand List year 2022.

 

Per the Office of Policy and Management:

New filers must still abide by the May 15, 2021 deadline. Town Hall is open; therefore, if you are a new applicant meeting all of the age and income criteria wishing to file for tax relief, please bring your proof of 2020 income or call (203) 271-6620 and we will discuss filing options.


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