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Connecticut Laws | Title 3 State Elective Officers
CHAPTER 34 COMPTROLLER
Sec. 3-114h. Recording of income tax revenue received at end of fiscal year.

Sec. 3-114h. Recording of income tax revenue received at end of fiscal year. (973)(Text)

At the end of each fiscal year commencing with the fiscal year ending on June 30, 1992, the Comptroller is authorized to record as revenue for such fiscal year the amount of tax that is required to be paid to the Commissioner of Revenue Services under chapter 229 and that is received by the Commissioner of Revenue Services not later than five business days after the last day of July immediately following the end of such fiscal year. (974)

Sec. 3-114i. Recording of hospital taxes received each year by letter postmarked in July. (975)(Text)

At the close of each fiscal year commencing with the fiscal year ending on June 30, 1994, the Comptroller is authorized to record as revenue for such fiscal year the amount of tax imposed under the provisions of chapter 211a which is received by the Commissioner of Revenue Services or is delivered by United States mail to said commissioner in an envelope bearing a United States post office cancellation mark no later than (1) the last day of July immediately following the end of such fiscal year, or (2) if such last day of July is a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, as defined in section 12-39a, the next succeeding day which is not a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday. (976)

Sec. 3-114j. Recording of payments from Indian tribes received each year in July. (977)(Text)

At the end of each fiscal year commencing with the fiscal year ending on June 30, 1995, the Comptroller is authorized to record as revenue for such fiscal year the amount of any payments which are received by the Treasurer from any Indian tribe, pursuant to a memorandum of understanding, or are delivered by United States mail to the Treasurer in an envelope bearing a United States post office cancellation mark no later than (1) the last day of July immediately following the end of such fiscal year, or (2) if such last day of July is a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, as defined in section 12-39a, the next succeeding day which is not a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday. (978)

Sec. 3-114k. Recording of revenue for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1995. (979)(Text)

Section 3-114k is repealed, effective October 1, 2002. (980)

Sec. 3-114l. Recording of payments from the Energy Conservation and Load Management Funds. (981)(Text)

At the end of each fiscal year commencing with the fiscal year ending on June 30, 2003, the Comptroller is authorized to record as revenue for such fiscal year the amount of any payments from the Energy Conservation and Load Management Funds which are deposited into the General Fund pursuant to section 20 of public act 03-2* no later than (1) the last day of July immediately following the end of such fiscal year, or (2) if such last day of July is a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, as defined in section 12-39a, the next succeeding day which is not a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday. (982)

Sec. 3-114m. Recording of real estate conveyance tax revenue received at end of fiscal year. (983)(Text)

At the end of each fiscal year commencing with the fiscal year ending on June 30, 2003, the Comptroller is authorized to record as revenue for such fiscal year the amount of tax that is required to be paid to the Commissioner of Revenue Services under section 12-494 and that is received by the Commissioner of Revenue Services not later than five business days after the last day of July immediately following the end of such fiscal year. (984)

Sec. 3-114n. Recording of revenue from gross earnings tax on cable and satellite television systems received at end of fiscal year. (985)(Text)

At the end of each fiscal year commencing with the fiscal year ending June 30, 2003, the Comptroller is authorized to record as revenue for such fiscal year the amount of tax imposed under the provisions of chapter 211 on gross earnings in such fiscal year applicable to operating a community antenna television system under chapter 289 or to any person operating a business that provides one-way transmission to subscribers of video programming by satellite and which tax is received by the Commissioner of Revenue Services not later than five business days after the last day of July immediately following the end of such fiscal year. (986)

Sec. 3-114o. Recording of revenue from deposit initiator special account balances paid to the state. (987)(Text)

At the end of each fiscal year commencing with the fiscal year ending on June 30, 2009, the Comptroller is authorized to record as revenue for such fiscal year the amount of outstanding balances required to be paid to the state under section 22a-245a and that is received by the state not later than five business days after the last day of July immediately following the end of such fiscal year. (988)

Sec. 3-115. Preparation of accounting statements; monthly cumulative financial statements; annual report to the Governor. (989)(Text)

The Comptroller shall prepare all accounting statements relating to the financial condition of the state as a whole, the condition and operation of state funds, appropriations, reserves and costs of operations; shall furnish such statements when they are required for administrative purposes; and shall issue cumulative monthly financial statements concerning the state's General Fund which shall include a statement of revenues and expenditures to the end of the last-completed month together with the statement of estimated revenue by source to the end of the fiscal year and the statement of appropriation requirements of the state's General Fund to the end of the fiscal year furnished pursuant to section 4-66 and itemized as far as practicable for each budgeted agency, including estimates of lapsing appropriations, unallocated lapsing balances and unallocated appropriation requirements. The Comptroller shall provide such statements, in the same form and in the same categories as appears in the budget act enacted by the General Assembly, on or before the first day of the following month. The Comptroller shall submit a copy of the monthly trial balance and monthly analysis of expenditure run to the Office of Fiscal Analysis. On or before September first, annually, he shall submit a report to the Governor which shall include (1) a statement of all appropriations and expenditures of the public funds during the fiscal year next preceding itemized by each appropriation account of each budgeted agency; (2) a statement of the revenues of the state classified as far as practicable as to budgeted agencies, sources and funds during such year; (3) a statement setting forth the total tax receipts of the state during such year; (4) a balance sheet setting forth, as of the close of such year, the financial condition of the state as to its funds; and such other information as will, in his opinion, be of interest to the public or as will convey to the General Assembly and the Governor the essential facts as to the financial condition and operations of the state government. The annual report of the Comptroller shall be published and made available to the public on or before the thirty-first day of December. (990)

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