- Do you owe back taxes? The 2021 CT Tax Amnesty Program offers a limited opportunity to make it right. Click here for more information.

- If you filed 2020 Schedule CT-EITC, Connecticut Earned Income Tax Credit along with your 2020 Form CT-1040, Connecticut Income Tax Return, on or

before December 31, 2021, you may be eligible for the 2020 EITC Enhancement Program, click here for more information.

- DRS is hiring Accounting Careers Trainee - learn about these positions at Accounting Careers Trainee Informational Page

- Sales tax relief for sellers of meals: Click here for updated information

- Learn more about myconneCT

Back to Work CT Program

On Monday, May 17, 2021, Governor Ned Lamont announced the Back to Work CT Program. The goal of the program is to incentivize long‑term unemployed people who live in Connecticut to return to the workforce. If eligible individuals meet certain criteria, they will receive a one‑time, $1,000 incentive payment from the State of Connecticut.

Important note – Applications are no longer being accepted

Please be advised that the DRS has received the maximum number of applications allowable under the “Back to Work CT” Program. Therefore, as of September 13, 2021, the DRS is no longer accepting any new applications.

More information:

Taxpayer Services Special Bulletin 2021-4, Frequently Asked Questions Concerning the Back to Work CT Program