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Do I need to mail in anything to Connecticut to complete my state efile?

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Do I need to mail in anything to Connecticut to complete my state efile?

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If the taxpayer uses an IRS approved self-select PIN for e-file, the DRS will accept this PIN as the State signature. By adopting this PIN alternative, the DRS has effectively removed the need for the Form CT-8453.

However, if a taxpayer is not able to use an IRS self-select PIN, the taxpayer (and spouse, if filing a joint return) must sign Form CT-8453, Income Tax Declaration For Electronic Filing by Individuals, prior to transmission of the return. The taxpayer is no longer required to mail Form CT-8453 to DRS but must retain the form and any other required documentation for at least three years to be furnished to DRS only upon request.


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Views: 1318 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Jan 04, 2019
Posted in: States, Connecticut

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