Will Connecticut state income tax be withheld from my Roth IRA withdrawals?

If you are a resident in the state, Connecticut income tax withholding applies only to the taxable portion of IRA distributions. Therefore, if your withdrawal is a qualified distribution there will be no income tax withheld.  If your withdrawal is not a qualified distribution, then a minimum of 6.99% of the taxable portion (the earnings) will be withheld in the state of Connecticut, but you may claim an exemption from withholding, if eligible, or you may elect to have an additional amount withheld, by completing and submitting a Form CT-W4P.