With less than three weeks left in the regular session of the Connecticut legislature, two bills that are pending and awaiting further action by the legislature, if signed into law, would represent tax relief for Connecticut taxpayers who are paying for the care of their relatives in need of long-term/home health care, or who have

On Friday, March 8, Bloomberg News published an article claiming that the IRS is likely to issue additional regulations regarding states’ efforts to circumvent the state and local tax deduction limitation put in place pursuant to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Bloomberg News quotes Scott Dinwiddie, of the IRS’s Income Tax and Accounting Division

Shipman & Goodwin attorney Louis Schatz authored the article Connecticut’s Response to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017(Part II) for the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants online tax publication, Tax Stringer. An excerpt from the article is provided below.

This article is the second in a two-part series about 

For years now, the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services (DRS), the Connecticut Department of Labor (DOL) and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) have been targeting Connecticut employers for worker misclassification audits. When a misclassification is discovered, these government entities can share information about employers who have misclassified employees as independent contractors. Thus, when one of

Shipman & Goodwin attorney Louis Schatz authored the article Connecticut’s Response to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (Part I) for the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants online tax publication, Tax Stringer.  An excerpt from the article is provided below.

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA)

Shipman & Goodwin attorneys Alan Lieberman and Robert Day will summarize Connecticut tax legislation enacted, court decisions rendered and administrative guidance published by the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services during 2018.

When: March 5, 2019
Where: Fairfield County Bar Association
970 Summer Street
Stamford, CT 06905

The 2018 session generated significant Connecticut tax

The IRS recently released two notices to provide guidance for tax-exempt organizations about how to comply with the new provision that they treat employer-provided parking and qualified transportation fringe benefits as unrelated business taxable income (“UBTI”).

This unprecedented treatment of expenses as income created substantial uncertainty about how to calculate the UBTI from the parking

Shipman & Goodwin attorneys Alan Lieberman and Robert Day III will be speakers at CTCPA’s State Tax 360° Conference.

Alan and Stephen LaRosa of Alexion Pharmaceuticals will present the Legislative Update session.  Robert will present the session State Tax Implications of the Federal Tax Reform also with Stephen LaRosa.

For more information or to register,