Lt. Governor Timothy Murray at the 4th Annual Regionalization Conference in Worcester announced yesterday (Sept. 10) that the process of submitting applications for $4 million in Community Innovation Challenge grants will begin tomorrow with publication of the guidelines and application. "As a Commonwealth, it is in our shared interest to provide communities with tools and resources to implement or improve regional services," he said. "Governor Patrick and I are committed to working with cities and towns as well as our partners in the state legislature to increase local cooperation and make government at all levels more efficient and effective in the delivery of municipal services for our residents." During the first round of CIC grants awarded in 2012, some $4 million was awarded to 27 programs. The guidelines and application for FY13 CIC grants will be published in the website of the Executive Office for Administration and Finance on September 12.
EITC – Helping Low and Moderate Income Families in MA posted on Jan 29
EITC, also known as the Earned Income Tax Credit, has been helping low to moderate income families in Massachusetts and across the country for over 40 years. In recent months, Governor Charlie Baker and members of the Legislature have worked hard to ensure that working …Continue Reading EITC – Helping Low and Moderate Income Families in MA
DOR Homepage gets a facelift posted on Jan 14
Today, DOR unveiled a brand new homepage intended to making it easier for taxpayers to find what they’re looking for when it comes to filing and paying their state taxes. DOR’s communications team used consumer insights and online analytics to better understand how taxpayers use the site, …Continue Reading DOR Homepage gets a facelift
Did You Know Home Heating Oil is Mass Sales Tax Exempt? posted on Jan 14
In preparation for the winter months, we want to remind you that home heating oil is exempt from Massachusetts sales tax. This winter season, DOR wants you to be prepared. Here’s what you need to know when purchasing your home heating oil: Who is exempt …Continue Reading Did You Know Home Heating Oil is Mass Sales Tax Exempt?