To keep pace with its neighbors in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, Connecticut has enacted a law that lets banks avoid paying state taxes on mortgage income.

The law, which is to take effect Jan. 1, lets state-chartered banks and thrifts put mortgages into passive investment subsidiaries. Revenues from the subsidiaries are exempt from state tax.

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