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Social Security Benefits Exempt from CT tax

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Social Security Benefits Exempt From Connecticut Income Tax

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For taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2019, the adjusted gross income thresholds for determining the amount of Social Security benefits excluded from Connecticut income tax are revised as follows:

Federal Filing status

Federal AGI 

(Form CT-1040, line 1)

Subtraction Modification

Single

or

Married Filing Separately

Less than $75,000

 

$75,000 or more

100% of the Social Security benefits included in federal AGI.

 

The amount of Social Security benefits calculated in the Social Security Benefit Adjustment Worksheet found on Page 27.

Married Filing Jointly,

Qualifying Widow(er), or

Head of Household

Less than $100,000

 

$100,000 or more

100% of the Social Security benefits included in federal AGI

 

The amount of Social Security benefits calculated in the Social Security Benefit Adjustment Worksheet found on Page 27.

     

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Views: 50 Created on: Dec 17, 2019
Date updated: Dec 17, 2019
Posted in: States, Connecticut

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