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State Tax Profile for Connecticut

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POER's Boston office represents clients' properties in the State of Connecticut.

 

If you have any questions or concerns about property taxes in this state, visit the locations page

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state characteristics

Assessment Ratio: 70% Revaluation Cycle : Every 5 years
Assessment Year: 10/01 – 09/30
Fiscal Tax Year: 070/1 – 06/30
Valuation Authority: City or Town
Collection Authority: City or Town
Level One Appeal Name: Board of Assessment Appeals
RE Rendition Required: If requested
PP Rendition Required: Yes
Consultant Certification or Licensing: Not Required
Real Estate Taxable? Yes
Personal Property Taxable? Yes
Inventory Taxable? No

There are over 160 individual taxing jurisdictions in Connecticut. Dates may vary throughout the state by jurisdiction.

For further verification, please contact us.

 

key tax dates - real estate

Assessment Date: Oct 1 Assessment date for next fiscal year
Tax Returns Due: June 1 Income & Expense returns due if requested by Assessor; 10% penalty for failure to file timely
Appeal Deadline: Feb 20 Town can ask for extension until Mar 20
Tax Bills Issued: July 1 Beginning of fiscal year
Tax Bills Due: Aug 1
Feb 1
1st half installment
2nd half installment
Value Notices Issued: Oct - Jan Assessment increase notices mailed by February 1

key tax dates - personal property

Assessment Date: Oct 1  
Tax Returns Due: Nov 1 Inventory exempt; 20% penalty for late filing or failure to file
Tax Bills Issued: July  
Tax Bills Due: Aug 1
Feb 1
1st half installment
2nd half installment
Value Notices Issued: Jan Assessment increase notices mailed by February 1