Connecticut
Property Tax Exemption
Connecticut law exempts from taxation real and personal property owned by a corporation organized and used exclusively for charitable purposes, provided no officer, member, or employee receives any pecuniary profit from its operation, except as reasonable compensation for services or as a proper beneficiary of its strictly charitable purposes. Conn. Gen. Stat. §12-81(7).

Connecticut also exempts all property of any Connecticut hospital corporation, provided no officer, member, or employee receives any pecuniary profit from the operation thereof, except as reasonable compensation for services. Conn. Gen. Stat. §12-81(16).