If you received benefits from CT Paid Leave in 2023, you will receive a 1099G form. Forms will be mailed via USPS by January 31, 2024 and will also be available in the online portal by February 15, 2024. CT Paid Leave benefits are considered taxable income.
CT Paid Leave Is About People
People who are no longer forced to choose between their own healing or putting food on their table, and being a caregiver for their loved ones or paying the electric bill.
CT Paid Leave Is About Workplaces
Workplaces that are strengthened by the ability of employers of all sizes to give workers access to paid leave, helping with both recruitment and retention and making their organizations more competitive.
All data as of January 31, 2024
Taking this paid leave really changed the way our family was able to function when we added our second baby into our lives.
You should not have to worry about money when you're worrying about your health.
Our experience with Connecticut Paid Leave was great.
As soon as we found out that Connecticut Paid Leave was going to be taking over... it was just a really big relief.
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CT Paid Leave, CoWaG, and CWCSEO host roundtable discussion in honor of International Women's Day on 3/8/24.
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CT Residents with Rare Diseases Benefit from CT Paid Leave