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Connecticut Compliance and Regulatory Resources

Business owners spend roughly 74 hours annually maintaining regulatory compliance.1 Staying up to date with evolving business regulations can be complex, but Paychex aims to make HR compliance simple. Explore the requirements your business may need to comply with, including pay transparency, mandated workplace retirement plans, and more.

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State Tax Rates and Limits

State Supplemental Withholding Rate*

2024 CT Withholding Tables

State Unemployment Taxable Wage Base Limit


State Unemployment Rate Range for Employers

1.1% to 7.8%

State Unemployment New Employer Rate


State Hourly Minimum Wage


State Minimum Wage for Tipped Employees

Varies by type of tipped employee

CT wage and hour information

Pay Transparency

In effect since Oct. 1, 2021, employers within the state employing one or more employees even if such employees are located outside the state must comply with the Connecticut pay transparency law.

  • Must disclose pay range for a position by the time an offer of compensation is extended to an applicant or when the applicant requests, whichever is earlier. Employees are also entitled to know the pay range when changing positions and upon request.

For more information

State-Facilitated Retirement Programs


Visit our retirement hub to learn more.

Workplace Safety


Connecticut has an OSHA-approved state plan covering only state and local government workers. Private-sector employers and their workers are covered by federal OSHA.

Workers' Compensation

Coverage is mandatory for the employers with any employees.

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