Swap of payroll tax for income tax has Capitol abuzz, but questions are aplenty (Hearst Connecticut)

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When a radical plan to replace the state’s income tax with a payroll tax landed in Gov. Ned Lamont’s office earlier this week, his staff set to work vetting the idea.

But even with the Capitol abuzz with the possibility, it’s unlikely to go anywhere during this legislative session with less than a month remaining, several other major proposals on the table and a growing list of questions — but not answers — about what such a drastic change in the state’s tax structure would mean for Connecticut residents.

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