State Revenue Commissioner Amy Pitter has certified that the state’s income tax will be lowered from the current 5.25 percent to 5.2 percent on Jan. 1.
In a letter on Wednesday to Secretary of Administration and Finance Glen Shor, Pitter said tax collections have exceeded benchmarks over several months, and as a result have met the threshold required under state law to trigger an automatic .05 percent reduction in the income tax "
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