One-shot tax revenue surge isn't going to cure CT's budget woes; and we've added at least one person to the unemployment roll

 somewhere in india, a replacement is being trained

somewhere in india, a replacement is being trained

In an explanation by our chief revenuer of why this past quarter's income tax payments are a one-time occurrence (hedge funds repatriating overseas profits, and profit taking by investors mostly), there's this awesome lagniappe: 

 A corporation — which Sullivan can’t name — sent in a $25 million check not long ago, when it actually owed $250. Two hundred fifty dollars.

I'm sure that in some obscure corner of the Nutmeg State, a now-unemployed corporate comptroller will be gratified to know that he or she has become a permanent part of company lore: years from now, they'll still be saying, "Remember when X ....?"