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Connecticut Audit, Tax and Consulting Offices
Delivering the Power of Being Understood to Connecticut
Since 1989, RSM has had a strong presence in Connecticut. In 2001, RSM acquired Messina, Ceci and Archer Company, expanding its operations into Fairfield County. In 2014, the addition of a wealth management practice further expanded our capabilities. Today, the firm maintains offices in Stamford, New Haven and Farmington. Our Connecticut practice combines full-service capabilities with deep resources, industry insight, practical advice and senior-level involvement to help middle market companies in our area succeed.
More than 200 employees across the Connecticut offices provide services to more than 1,000 businesses and over 5,000 individuals in the area. We participate in a variety of professional organizations at the local, state, regional and national level to ensure we stay informed and connected to the issues affecting our clients.
As a national firm and through our affiliation with RSM International, we are able to provide customized service plans for clients that operate in multiple states and internationally.
Commitment to the Community
Our commitment to Connecticut extends beyond serving the needs of our clients. Our employees devote their time, money, talent and energy to many local charitable organizations, fundraisers and events. For example, in 2015 RSM raised nearly $56,000 for Make-a-Wish Connecticut through the firm’s Birdies Fore Love program as a part of the 2016 RSM Classic. .
For information regarding the employment opportunities currently available in Connecticut, please visit the Careers section of our site.
Budget bills address pass-through entity tax, sales tax base and nexus changes, tax credits and reporting obligations.
Due to recent legislation, pass-through entities are now required to make estimated tax payments throughout the course of the tax year.
State tax reform package includes two workarounds to the state and local tax deduction limitation; decouples from TCJA provisions.
Department of Revenue Services provides guidance on recent legislative apportionment changes to the state business tax and income tax.
Connecticut enacts bills to implement market-based sourcing and unified apportionment methodology.
Connecticut Gov. Daniel Malloy signs the state’s biennial budget and an implementer bill that revised numerous tax changes.
Connecticut classifies use tax noncompliance as a felony, creating potential for serious repercussions for taxpayers and tax preparers alike.
Connecticut Office Locations
200 Elm St.
Stamford, CT 06902
Greg Budnik, Stamford office leader
157 Church St.
New Haven, CT 06510
Susan Martinelli, New Haven office leader
Tom Ferreira, Northeast market leader
20 Batterson Park Road
Farmington, CT 06032
Careers in Connecticut
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