The Connecticut Supreme Court recently upheld the constitutionality of taxing an out-of-state company’s vehicles in Connecticut. The court upheld a New Britain Superior Court’s decision from 2022 that the Town of Somers did not violate the dormant commerce clause of the U.S. Constitution by taxing vehicles owned by a Massachusetts LLC and registered in Massachusetts

In Allen v. Commissioner, 324 Conn. 292 (2016), the Connecticut Supreme Court did not permit a Connecticut taxpayer to seek a refund in connection with a late-filed tax return because the return was filed more than three years after its original due date—even though the tax year was still open for examination by the Department of Revenue Services. 
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