Colorado – Department of Revenue released Monthly Marijuana Sales and Tax and Fee Revenue Figures

DENVER, Colo. – February 9, 2021 – The Colorado Department of Revenue (CDOR) today released December 2020 monthly marijuana sales figures and January 2021 marijuana tax and fee revenue figures.  Date Marijuana Tax and Fee Revenue January 2021 $34,980,946 January Continue reading Colorado – Department of Revenue released Monthly Marijuana Sales and Tax and Fee Revenue Figures

Colorado – Colorado tackles sales tax simplification with launch of online portal

DENVER, Updated November 13, 2020 — The Colorado Department of Revenue (CDOR) and the Governor’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) are rolling out Colorado’s first Sales and Use Tax System (SUTS) online portal today for businesses that make in excess Continue reading Colorado – Colorado tackles sales tax simplification with launch of online portal

Colorado – Sales and Use Tax System Announcement

Colorado has developed a new tool to help taxpayers comply with sales and use tax requirements. The Sales and Use Tax System (SUTS) is a one-stop portal that will allow taxpayers to do all manner of tasks related to collecting and Continue reading Colorado – Sales and Use Tax System Announcement

Colorado – Grand Valley Sales Tax Collections Up For Now

A key measure of sales activity in the Grand Valley continues to increase, although the latest numbers don’t yet reflect the full effects of the coronavirus outbreak. The City of Grand Junction and Mesa County both reported year-over-year increases in Continue reading Colorado – Grand Valley Sales Tax Collections Up For Now

Colorado- As US House approves latest COVID-19 relief package, cities and counties are left wanting

While the U.S. House votes on a fourth COVID-19 relief package to the tune of $484 billion on Thursday, the measure lacks the aid for cities and counties that are losing revenue and making decisions to lay off or furlough Continue reading Colorado- As US House approves latest COVID-19 relief package, cities and counties are left wanting

Colorado- Businesses have 30 extra days to remit sales tax – Payments due April 20, 2020 deferred to May 20, 2020

On Friday the Governor issued an executive order temporarily suspending the requirement for businesses to remit sales tax for 30 days. The executive order is a deferment of the requirement of retailers to remit sales tax for 30 days, penalty Continue reading Colorado- Businesses have 30 extra days to remit sales tax – Payments due April 20, 2020 deferred to May 20, 2020

Colorado – Airbnb Guests Overpaying Sales Tax On Short-Term Rentals

Founding Father Benjamin Franklin once wrote that nothing is certain “except death and taxes.” But if it’s a private company and not the government that’s doing the tax collection, how certain are we about those taxes? How do we know the Continue reading Colorado – Airbnb Guests Overpaying Sales Tax On Short-Term Rentals

COLORADO – Loveland Rejects Sales Tax Measures To Fund Transportation, Facilities, Fire Stations

Loveland voters rejected two ballot measures that would have increased the city’s sales tax to 3.5% and raised about $10.5 million in the first year and $224.7 million over the 21-year life of the taxes.  Ballot issue 2A would have added a Continue reading COLORADO – Loveland Rejects Sales Tax Measures To Fund Transportation, Facilities, Fire Stations

Colorado – Alamosa Council Passes Sales, Use Tax Ordinance

Council members passed an ordinance revising sales and use taxes during the Alamosa City Council meeting at City Hall on Wednesday night. Alamosa City Attorney Erich Schwiesow said the city code is a compilation of several ordinances and it says Continue reading Colorado – Alamosa Council Passes Sales, Use Tax Ordinance

Colorado – Some Small Sellers In Colorado Are Discontinuing Online Transactions Due To The New Taxation Laws

Some Colorado business owners say they are putting the brakes on web-based sales to avoid burdens imposed by new tax rules in the state. Signed by Gov. Jared Polis last week, House Bill 1240 takes effect June, 8 2019. The Continue reading Colorado – Some Small Sellers In Colorado Are Discontinuing Online Transactions Due To The New Taxation Laws