Colorado – CO Remote sellers should brace for surge of sales tax reporting laws

By Jennifer McLoughlin Published January 10 2017, 1:05 pm EST ‘The new year will ring in a new chapter in the burgeoning battle over state remote sales taxation with a wave of new notice and reporting laws — but questions Continue reading Colorado – CO Remote sellers should brace for surge of sales tax reporting laws

Colorado – Business Sales Tax Resources

SALT Report 3828 – The Colorado Department of Revenue has a new web page with resources for businesses to accurately determine their sales tax rates. The Sales and Use Tax Lookup page provides reference options ranging from a print out of all Continue reading Colorado – Business Sales Tax Resources

Colorado – DMA v Brohl 10th Circuit Court Decision Upholds “Notification Law” The Saga Continues

SALT Report 3786 – On February 22, 2016 the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals rendered their opinion that the notification requirements (Colo. Rev. Stat. § 39-21-112(3.5)(c)(I)) Colorado has placed upon “non-collecting retailers” does not violate the Commerce Clause of the Continue reading Colorado – DMA v Brohl 10th Circuit Court Decision Upholds “Notification Law” The Saga Continues

Colorado – Sales Tax Increase for Financial Aid Rejected

SALT Report 3742 – Denver voters Tuesday rejected a measure that would have raised taxes to subsidize college scholarships. Final unofficial results showed voters rejected Measure 2A by a margin of 52 percent to 48 percent. If it had passed, the fund would have Continue reading Colorado – Sales Tax Increase for Financial Aid Rejected

Colorado – Marijuana Sales Tax Revenue Allocation Vote

SALT Report 3741 – Voters in Colorado and Denver agreed to let the government keep the revenue from sales tax on marijuana sales, with a pair of measures on the matter passing, overwhelmingly. The two measures on the Nov. 3 Continue reading Colorado – Marijuana Sales Tax Revenue Allocation Vote

Colorado – Denver Tax to Boost College Opportunities

SALT Report 3731 – Backers of a proposed Denver sales tax meant to offset some of the costs for college students say the measure is an important investment that will ultimately create a stronger workforce but others say its outside Continue reading Colorado – Denver Tax to Boost College Opportunities

Colorado – Marijuana Taxes Go Up In Smoke For One Day In Colorado

Due to a technical legal glitch Colorado is running a Marijuana sales tax holiday on September 16, 2015. Forbes.com by Robert Wood “It isn’t April 20, but Colorado is staging its own version of pot day. It sounds odd, but the Continue reading Colorado – Marijuana Taxes Go Up In Smoke For One Day In Colorado

Colorado – Scams Regarding State Taxes

SALT Report 3698 – The Colorado Department of Revenue would like to alert taxpayers of a possible telephone scam from a party fraudulently representing themselves as the Colorado Department of Revenue. We do not contact taxpayers over the telephone and Continue reading Colorado – Scams Regarding State Taxes

Colorado – Boulder marijuana sales tax revenues on the rise

“But when it comes to marijuana, the percentage leaps are more spectacular. Together, medical and recreational marijuana make up 2.21 percent of the sales tax revenue collected by the city. That’s a total for this year through May of $1,932,108.” Continue reading Colorado – Boulder marijuana sales tax revenues on the rise