(Watch) Sen. Martin: CT income tax cuts should be retroactive and permanent

April 4, 2023

(Fox 61)

“When you start putting two, three, six hundred dollars into somebody’s annual income, it impacts them in a way, it takes the pressure off to some extent,” said ranking member on the Finance Committee state Sen. Henri Martin, (R-Bristol).

While this measure does have bipartisan support, if approved these tax cuts wouldn’t take effect until January 2024.

State Republicans want this implemented as soon as possible.

“We should be doing this (income tax cuts) retroactively in the start of 2023, rather than 2024,” Martin said. “The taxpayers are gonna start feeling that this year, specifically.”