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Three Methods to Receive Income Tax Refund - DRS offers you the option to choose the method you want your refund to be issued: General Information Tax Assistance DRS is ready to help you get answers to your Connecticut tax questions.

QRCs are 2-D readable barcodes that are coded with website links, telephone numbers, or email addresses.These changes will dramatically affect the way taxpayers do business with DRS. Correspondence sent to you will reference the team handling your account and a direct phone number for that team.Your future interactions with DRS Operations should be smoother and your issues resolved quicker.Income Tax Fraud - Effective October 1, 2013, income tax fraud has been categorized as a class D felony, which carries a fine of not more than $5,000 or imprisonment for not more than five years, or both.Job Expansion Tax Credit Program - Under this program, a taxpayer is allowed a credit against the tax imposed under Chapters 207, 208, 212 and 229 of the Connecticut General Statutes, for each new, qualifying or veteran employee hired on or after January 1, 2012 and prior to January 1, 2014.Personal Tax Credit - The Connecticut adjusted gross income (AGI) beginning threshold for calculating the personal tax credit for single filers has increased to $14,000 for taxable year 2013.

Property Tax Credit Limitation - The property tax credit limitation threshold for single filers for taxable year 2013 is $60,500.

Organizational Changes at DRS - As part of Governor Dannel P.

Malloy's mandate to improve efficiency in state government, DRS conducted Agency LEAN initiatives.

DRS general phone numbers have not changed but a new phone voice prompt is used so callers can enter certain information to get to the correct team.

DRS staff on the income tax teams are eager to begin using the new team environment and look forward to providing even better service to Connecticut taxpayers!

Important Reminders Who Must File a Connecticut Resident Return You must file a Connecticut resident income tax return if you were a resident for the entire year and any of the following is true for the 2013 taxable year: If none of the above apply, do not file a Connecticut resident income tax return.