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Passthrough Entity SALT Cap Workaround is Messy!

The $10,000 SALT cap enacted as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 has policy flaws. I have written about this a few times in recent years (7/4/19, 9/21/18) and in a few AICPA comment letters I signed as chair of the Tax Executive Committee (such as 11/10/17). The policy flaws include:1. Why are C corps the only business entity allowed to fully deduct their state and local business taxes? State and local taxes are a normal expense of any business so should be deductible in computing taxa...
Tags: Taxes, Congress, California, Connecticut, Treasury, Agi, Irs, Deposit, S Corp, FTB, AICPA, Tax Policy, Professor Nellen, Nellen, PTE, SALT cap

State Troopers Again Make Arrest on a Major Highway

For the second time in three days, state troopers in Connecticut have had a confrontation with someone on a major roadway.
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State Troopers Again Make an Arrest on a Major Highway

For the second time in three days, state troopers in Connecticut have had a confrontation with someone on a major roadway.
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Connecticut Virus Infections Twice as High in Low-Vax Areas

Recent data shows Connecticut's COVID-19 spike is concentrated more heavily in towns with low vaccination rates.
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Teyana Taylor forced to reschedule Connecticut show after 'body gave out' and the singer went to ER

Teyana Taylor landed in the emergency room after her 'body gave out,' and she was forced to reschedule a leg of her tour. The music artist wrote the news on Instagram on Sunday morning. #teyanataylor #musicartist #emergencyroom
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Conn. Police: NY Man Runs Onto Highway, Fights With Troopers

A New York City man is facing criminal charges in Connecticut after state troopers said he scuffled with them as they tried to corral him on a highway.
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Data Shows Rise in COVID Deaths in Connecticut Nursing Homes

A dozen nursing home residents died from COVID-19 in Connecticut over a recent two week period, which is the largest number since mid-August.
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Connecticut School District Turns to Limo Service for Help

A Connecticut school district is turning to a limousine service company to help transport students because of a bus driver shortage that’s been exacerbated by the pandemic.
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Ex-New Haven Officer 1st to Be Barred for General Misconduct

A former New Haven police officer is the first officer in Connecticut to be permanently barred from law enforcement for “general misconduct” under a 2020 police accountability law that was passed in the wake of the George Floyd killing in Minneapolis.
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Omicron Variant Will Create More Uncertainty for Employers

It’s been 22 months since my first post on the COVID-19 pandemic.  Looking back on that first post way back on January 22, 2020, is more than a little strange.  It was couched with a lot of “it’s still too early to know” language like this: “While it seems too early to implement any measures in the United States at present, employers may want to at least start having conversations about the “what ifs” with the novel coronavirus.” I was thinking about that as news over the last 48 hours broke of...
Tags: Law, Africa, United States, Connecticut, World Health Organization, Biden, New England, Andy Slavitt

Report: Connecticut Camps With Complaints Often Unpunished

A review of state records shows that the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood is often unable to substantiate complaints from camp staff and parents and many of the cases are closed without the agency taking action.
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Why is my microwave like a daylily?

Hemerocallis 'Explosion In The Paint Factory' - just like the inside of my microwave! So. The pasta was bubbling, the tomato and chilli sauce, left from a couple of days ago, was in a bowl in the microwave. Then I inadvertently hit the 10 minute button instead of 1 minute. ‘Explosion In The Paint Factory’! The whole inside of the microwave is covered in – well, you can work that one out. Very colourful. Just like this ground breaking daylily, which has hemerocallis enthusiasts on the boil. ...
Tags: Gardening, UK, Featured, Connecticut, Ohio, Louisiana, Eugene, Munson, Plant Names, Graham Rice, Perennials, Communist Youth League, Daylily, Curt Hansen, Hemerocallis, North Amerca

United States: Connecticut Joins States Offering Businesses A "Safe Harbor" Against Data Breach Lawsuits - Freeman Mathis & Gary

Connecticut has become the third state to pass a "Safe Harbor" statute offering protection to businesses who face civil lawsuits based on data breaches.
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Most Connecticut Cities and Towns in Red Zone for Infections

Sixty-five percent of Connecticut’s 169 cities and towns are now in the red alert level, the state’s highest of four levels for COVID-19 infections.
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The Head of Instagram Agrees To Testify as Congress Probes the App's Effects on Young People

Adam Mosseri, the head of Instagram, has agreed for the first time to testify before Congress, as bipartisan anger mounts over harms to young people from the app. From a report: Mr. Mosseri is expected to appear before a Senate panel during the week of Dec. 6 as part of a series of hearings on protecting children online, said Senator Richard Blumenthal, who will lead the hearing. Mr. Mosseri's appearance follows hearings this year with Antigone Davis, the global head of safety for Meta, the pare...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Congress, Senate, Tech, Connecticut, Davis, Meta, Zuckerberg, Richard Blumenthal, Blumenthal, Instagram and Facebook, Commerce Committee, Antigone Davis, Adam Mosseri

Group Forms to Help Give Equal Access to New Cannabis Market

A new association has been formed to ensure Black and other under represented communities will have an opportunity to participate in Connecticut’s new legalized recreational marijuana industry as state legislators had promised.
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Connecticut Inmate Dies From COVID-19

A 62-year-old Connecticut inmate has died from complications from the coronavirus.
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Subway Sandwich Chain Co-Founder Dies At 90

Peter Buck, a nuclear physicist, invested $1,000 in a family friend’s Connecticut sandwich shop in 1965.
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An Amazon Flex delivery driver in his 60s making $120 a day shares what it's like to work independently for the retail giant

"I understand people don't want to work 12 hours a day, but if you've got weekends off, this is a good way to spend your time," an Amazon Flex driver (not pictured) said.Brendan McDermid TPX Images of the Day/Reuters An Amazon Flex driver from Connecticut who's retired from the military shared his experience. He likes Flex and recommends it to others — he usually makes $120 a day, he said. "I will continue to drive Flex for as long as it makes sense for me," he added. It's no ...
Tags: Amazon, US, Trends, Connecticut, Retail, Amazon Delivery, Irs, Nordic, Brendan Mcdermid, Amazon Flex, Jacob Swanson, FLEX, Tech Insider, Delivery Driver, Amazon Amazon Flex, BI-freelancer

Woman Charged With Manslaughter in Her Baby's Death

Connecticut state police have accused a Griswold woman of killing her 6-week-old infant son by suffocating him with a blanket for 20 minutes and waiting hours before calling 911.
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South Carolina is overwhelming choice for No. 1 in USA TODAY Sports women's basketball poll

An emphatic win against No. 2 Connecticut solidified South Carolina's hold on No. 1 in the women's college basketball coaches poll.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Worcester Man Found Guilty Death of Stabbing Man to Death

A Massachusetts man has been convicted of second-degree murder in the July 2016 death of a Connecticut man who was found in his car in the parking lot of a YMCA with a stab wound to the chest.
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Vaccine Mandate Compliance High Among School, State Workers

New data shows most K-12 school employees and state employees who were mandated to get vaccinated or else tested for COVID-19 are complying with Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont’s executive order.
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Connecticut to Hold COVID Booster Clinics for Nursing Homes

Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont has announced the state is ramping up efforts to get older residents vaccinated with a COVID-19 booster shot by bringing special clinics to nursing homes.
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The Best TV Shows And Movies Coming To HBO Max In December 2021

Holy crap, it's almost December. Which means the year is almost over. Somehow. As we wrap up 2021, we're also about to say goodbye to the Warner Bros. plan to release their new movies both in theaters and on HBO Max at the same time. The last title to receive this presentation will be "The Matrix Resurrections." After that, it's back to theatrical exclusives! Unless WB changes their minds, which could happen. You never know. For now, though, prepare yourselves for the end of the year with the li...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, New York, Television, Movies, News, Disney, US, America, Muppets, Britain, Connecticut, Broadway, Manhattan, Santa Claus, Denmark

US Lawmakers Call for Privacy Legislation After Reuters Report on Amazon Lobbying

Five members of Congress called for federal consumer-privacy legislation after a Reuters report published Friday revealed how Amazon has led an under-the-radar campaign to gut privacy protections in 25 states while amassing a valuable trove of personal data on American consumers. From a report: "Amazon shamefully launched a campaign to squash privacy legislation while its devices listen to and watch our lives," U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, a Connecticut Democrat who has been involved in bipa...
Tags: Amazon, Congress, Oregon, US, Tech, Connecticut, Ron Wyden, Reuters, Richard Blumenthal, Amazon Lobbying

Lamont Says No Profit From Wife's Investment in Testing Firm

Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont says a health care company that received funds from his wife’s venture capital firm and was contracted by the state to perform COVID-19 testing has not yet made a profit.
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A Thanksgiving Post – Looking Back and Looking Ahead

Thanksgiving evokes different emotions in people. For some, it’s their favorite holiday. A time to get together with friends and family and celebrate all that life has to offer. For others, it’s not as sweet. It can serve as a bitter reminder of all that has been lost in the past year, perhaps a job that ended or a beloved family member that has passed. This year is no different in many ways.  We’ve been through a lot in the last year and we seem headed for yet another wave here in Connecticut ...
Tags: Health, Florida, Thanksgiving, Workplace, Law, Cdc, Disney, Turkey, Connecticut, Testing, Vaccine, Pay Range, Fifth Circuit, ETS, Standard, OSHA

10 things before the opening bell

The floor of the New York Stock Exchange.AP Photo/Richard Drew Welcome to 10 Things Before the Opening Bell.If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go – click here for iOS and here for Android.Let's jump in. 1. Federal Reserve rate hikes won't scupper the stock market rally. Investors' fears may be overblown as they brace for US policymakers to raise interest rates next year, according to DataTrek Research.Traders have been condi...
Tags: Europe, Elon Musk, Massachusetts, US, Trends, Tesla, Connecticut, Federal Reserve, Griffin, Musk, Fed, Citadel, Michael Burry, Ken Griffin, Nicholas Colas, Phil Rosen

Conn. COVID-19 Rate Is Rising Faster Than Other States

Connecticut is experiencing a more rapid increase in COVID-19 cases than any other state, according to the most recent statistics.
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