Tag: taxes

Hey! Invest in Connecticut, Don’t Cut and Run. You’ll Be Sorry.

Stanley Black & Decker CEO: GE Leaving Connecticut One Of ‘A Lot Of Bad Decisions’ It Made James Loree, chief executive officer of Stanley Black & Decker Inc. (David Archambault, Tunxis Community College) Stephen Singer, Contact Reporter, ssinger@courant.com, Hartford Courant, 10/2/18  The…

Sad. GE a Bad Penny – Massachusetts’ Problem Now!

General Electric Ousts CEO As Company Continues To Struggle Since Move From Connecticut General Electric Chairman and CEO John Flannery is interviewed on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017. (AP Photo/Richard Drew) (Richard Drew…

Surprise — Public says Raise Taxes Before Cutting Services

Dan Haar: Union poll finds Trump over Malloy, tax hikes over program cuts By Dan Haar, Tuesday, February 6, 2018, CTPOST.com It’s a bedrock principle in Connecticut that residents are fed up with tax increases and overwhelmingly think the state government…

Are You a Loser? Over 77,000 to lose health care in CT

Estimated 77,500 people lose health care in the 2018-2019 state budget Posted on October 31, 2017 by universalhealthct By Rosana G. Ferraro Governor Malloy has signed the budgetand health care for low-income people took a huge hit. Who loses?  How many people are affected?…

The Trickle Down Lie — Again and Again and Again………

Cutting corporate taxes will not boost American wages EPI Report • By Josh Bivens • October 25, 2017   The Trump administration is marketing its plan to give huge tax cuts to the richest U.S. households with a bold but fanciful claim: that these…

10 True Facts About Tax Lies

Lies, Lies, Lies, Lies, Lies, Lies, Lies, Lies, Lies, Lies October 14, 2017 — Paul Krugman – New York Times Modern conservatives have been lying about taxes pretty much from the beginning of their movement. Made-up sob stories about family…

Stop Whining About Business Taxes in CT — 2nd Lowest in U.S.

Connecticut Business Taxes Actually Among The Lowest In The Nation Corporations can apply tax credits against a maximum of 50.01 percent of total tax liability, instead of 70 percent.(Courtesy of FOXCT) –BILL CIBES — Op-Ed in Hartford Courant– Report shows…