Sign the petition to increase taxes on the wealthy. Petition Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy’s Senate Bill No. 1239 to raise the tax rate on the rich Connecticut residents.

Senate Bill No. 1239 Burdens Connecticut's Middle ClassThe middle classes in Connecticut have had their Connecticut income tax rates increased by 10% to 34%; however, the wealthy whose incomes exceed $500,000 annually only experienced a 3% increase in their Connecticut income tax rate for their millions of taxable incomes in excess of $500,000.

The average S&P CEO’s compensation last year was approximately $12 million. Many of these CEOs live in Fairfield County, from where Governor Dannell Malloy originates. If these very same CEOs experienced the same rate of tax increase on their highest marginal tax rate as individuals with taxable incomes of $250,001, they would be paying an additional $230,000 in Connecticut income taxes.

If you wish to have the wealthy pay their fair share of income taxes, then click on the link below to sign the petition protesting Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy’s recent tax bill burdening the middle class citizens of Connecticut, Senate Bill No. 1239:

Click this Link to Sign the Petition to Protest Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy’s Tax Bill Favoring the Rich in Connecticut

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William Brighenti is a Certified Public Accountant and Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor, who operates a public accounting firm, Accountants CPA Hartford, Connecticut, LLC. Bill began his career in public accounting over thirty years ago. He provides a variety of accounting, tax, and QuickBooks consulting services to individuals and business across a wide spectrum of industries. Bill writes an accounting, tax, and QuickBooks blog under the penname, "The Barefoot Accountant". William Brighenti created the blog, Connecticut Politics, because of the need for a voice to cry out loud--Vox Clamantis--explaining the reasons for the terrible state of the economy in the United States as well as urging change and reform before the United States becomes a third world country.
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