Hundreds of nonprofits, big and small, are supported by a sales and use tax first approved by voters in November 1988.
Historically, the Colorado Municipal League said cities and towns have passed the majority of TABOR-related questions. Statewide issues have struggled on that front.
There’s one other issue keeping accountants up at night. Many taxpayers could end up owing the IRS more money in April than they realize.
We get asked a lot about pot taxes and education. Here's a user-friendly guide that should help answer those questions.
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Amendment 73 would increase funding for public schools in Colorado by changing the state's tax system.
The measure would raise $1.6 million by increasing income taxes on top earners.
Polis wants to shield the state’s residents from the impacts of growth, plans to control health care costs and to enhance safety around oil and gas drilling rigs.
“If our tax increase doesn’t pass, we’re probably going to have to look at a four-day week” for county services, one commissioner says.
This story is part of Colorado Wonders, where you ask us about what's on your mind about Colorado, and we find the answers.