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Notes on Connecticut Tax & Accounting Laws:
• Connecticut assesses corporate taxes, sales and use taxes and personal income taxes on business profits that pass through to the owner. Corporations have to pay a business income tax for the privilege of conducting business as a corporation in Connecticut, and domestic corporations are required to pay a franchise tax as well.
• A business entity tax is also assessed every year for S corporations and business entities other than corporations.
• In Connecticut, the use tax is not assessed where sales taxes apply.
• The leasing of personal property in Connecticut is considered a sale and is subject to applicable sales and use taxes. The lessor is considered a retailer, and must register with the state Commissioner of Revenue and collect tax from their lessees.
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