Fiscal Policy Center
Our Fiscal Policy Center coordinates our budget and tax policy work and seeks to:
- Protect and improve investments in child and family opportunity and well-being
- Build a state revenue system that is sustainable, efficient, and fair
- Improve transparency and accountability in state tax and budget policies
- August 2015
The State of Connecticut’s final FY 16 budget, improved from earlier proposals, still balances on children and families’ finite resources, this analysis finds.
- July 2015
The final budget for Fiscal Year 16 (FY 16) and Fiscal Year 17 (FY 17) softens Governor-proposed cuts to programs that effectively address the comprehensive needs of children and families, and even
- June 2015
This fact sheet explains that Connecticut's corporate tax structure enable large, multi-state corporations to avoid responsibility for paying their share of state taxes by using an accounting gimmick to shift profits to subsidiaries in other states.