Looking for Connecticut state tax information? In this article, you will find the latest resources on Connecticut state tax, unemployment, income tax and more.Connecticut Department of Revenue ServicesConnecticut Department of Labor
Connecticut Withholding Requirements:
- Register as employer by filing Form UC-1A (Employer Status Report) to register online click here.
- Employee Withholding Allowance Certificate: CT-W4
- Withholding Method = formula
- Supplemental Rate = Add to annualized regular wages, compute tax on total, and subtract tax withheld from regular wages.
Connecticut Local Taxes:
Connecticut State Unemployment Insurance (SUI):
Report quarterly wages and contributions by filing Form UC-5A (Employee Quarterly Earnings Report) and Form UC-2 (Employer Contribution Return) by last day of month following end of quarter:
To file online click here.
Wage base is $15,000 for 2014 and 2015
Rates range from 1.90% to 6.80% including fund solvency tax of 1.4%. for 2014 and 2015.
New employers use 4.8% for 2014 and 4.9% for 2015.
Benefit ratio formula
Connecticut State Disability Insurance (SDI):
Connecticut State Labor Laws:
Minimum Wage - $8.70 per hour effective 1/1/14 and $9.15 as of 1/1/15
Termination Pay - Fired - next business day. Quit - next regular payday.
Connecticut New Hire Reporting:
Employers must report hiring, rehiring, and return to work within 20 days on Form CT-W4 (Employee's Withholding or Exemption Certificate) to:
Connecticut Department of Labor
Office of Research, ATTN; CT-W4200 Folly Brook Boulevard
Wethersfield, CT 06109
Fax: 800-816-1108 (in state only)
To report online click here.
Remit Withholding for Connecticut Child Support to:
Child Support Division
Department of Human Resources
1049 Asylum Avenue
Hartford, CT 06105
4To report online click here.
Connecticut Reciprocal States:
For paycheck calculation visit the Connecticut Paycheck Calculator of PaycheckCity.
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