Taxpayer's Bill Of Rights (TABOR)
- A bipartisan bill to evaluate the effectiveness of Colorado’s tax breaks won unanimous support in its first committee Wednesday.Read more
What the bill would have done: Create a tax credit for those who bought conservation easement tax credits before 2014, if their credit was later revoked.
What the bill would have done: Change Colorado's wildfire mitigation tax deduction to a tax credit. Landlords could be credited up to $2,500.
What the bill would have done: Give specialized, unpaid health care professionals working in healthcare deserts a state income tax credit in exchange for mentoring.
What the bill would have done: Creates tax credits for homeowners and new buildings with certain energy savings levels.
What the bill would have done: Creates a credit for taxpayers who lease out equipment to beginning farmers or ranchers.
What the bill would have done: Create an income tax credit for employers who help their employees pay off their student loans.
What the bill does: Taxpayers who claim an investment tax credit for renewable energy would be able to get an 80 percent refund of their credit.