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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - Kevin Sullivan
Connecticut is offering taxpayers access to free state tax preparation and filing services.
Connecticut's Department of Revenue Service says it will continue helping taxpayers file their state income tax returns, despite a decision by the Internal Revenue Service to stop offering individual tax return preparation services.
Connecticut officials are not giving up on requiring Internet sellers to collect state sales taxes, despite signs from online retailer Amazon.com that it has no immediate plans to abide by the state's new Internet tax law.
Cash-strapped states are cutting back on a program that provides free medicine to people with HIV, leaving thousands of patients to wonder where their drugs will come from and stirring fears of a return to the days when an AIDS diagnosis meant certain death.
Sullivan said more than 70 percent of Connecticut taxpayers qualify for free income tax filing assistance.
Sullivan says he's been surprised to hear about taxpayers who use free software to file their federal income taxes but pay for a service to file their state return.