Income and Expense

Income and Expense Forms

WHO SHOULD FILE  - All properties that are rented or leased, including commercial, retail, industrial and residential properties, except “such property used for residential purposes, containing not more than six dwelling units and in which the owner residesmust complete this form.  If a non-residential property is partially rented and partially owner-occupied this report must be filed.  If you have any questions, please call the Assessor’s Office.

 OWNER OCCUPIED PROPERTIES  - If your property is 100% owner-occupied, please report only the income or expense items associated with occupancy of the building and land.  Income and expense relating to your business should not be reported.

Income and Expense Blank Form 


Connecticut General Statutes 12-63c requires all owners of rental real property to annually file this report. The information filed and furnished with this report will remain confidential and is not open to public inspection. Any information related to the actual rental and operating expenses shall not be a public record and is not open to public inspection. Any information related to the actual rent and operating expenses shall not be  a public record and is not subject to the provisions of Section 1-19 (Freedom of Information) of the Connecticut General Statutes.

In accordance with Section 12-63c (d), of the Connecticut General Statutes, as amended, any owner of rental real property who fails to file this form or files an incomplete or false form with intent to defraud, shall be subject to a penalty assessment equal to a Ten Percent (10%) increase in the assessed value of such property.   In accordance with CGS, Sec 12-63b, as amended, upon determination that there is good cause, the assessor may grant an extension of not more than thirty days to file such information, if the owner of such property files a request for an extension with the assessor not later than May first.