Tax Deferment Program Approved for Federal Workers
In an effort to assist federal employees affected by the government shutdown, Glastonbury Town Council, on January 28, 2019, passed a resolution to establish a deferment program to defer the due date of taxes, which became due January 1, 2019, on real estate, personal property, or motor vehicles owed by affected employees.
This program permits affected federal employees to defer payment of their taxes without interest or penalty, until sixty (60) days after they cease to be affected by the shutdown.
If you are an employee affected by the federal government shutdown and would like your taxes deferred please take the following steps:
Step 1) Complete the Application
Please click on this APPLICATION link and complete the form but DO NOT SIGN THE APPLICATION IN ADVANCE. Your signature will be notarized at no cost to you at the time of your appointment.
Step 2) Prepare the following documents:
- Driver's license, utility bill, or other proof of residency
- Federal Employee ID
- Most recent paystub
- Notice of furlough or nonpayment or other proof of effect on pay
Step 3) Make an Appointment with the Revenue Collector
Contact Denise Talbot, Revenue Collector at (860) 652-7615 or by email at email@example.com to set up an appointment. Please be sure to bring your completed, UN-SIGNED application, and the required documents mentioned above to the appointment. The Revenue Collection office is located on the lower level of Town Hall at 2155 Main Street in Glastonbury.
If you have any additional questions, please contact the Revenue Collection office at (860) 652-7615.