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Income 54: Nonresident Partners and Shareholders of Partnerships and S Corporations

The Colorado Department of Revenue has finally revised its guidelines in FYI Income 54 regarding people who do not live in Colorado but are partners and/or shareholders of partnerships and/or S corporations in Colorado, ensuring that pass-through entities pay Colorado income tax

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Posted in Colorado Department of Revenue, Colorado Income Tax, Composite Tax Return, Partnership, Sub-chapter S

Colorado Year End Tax Update: Focus on USE TAX – 50 Points of Light

It is that time of year again where we work ourselves into a tizzy finishing off the year "strong" and simultaneously enduring another holiday season whilst purportedly planning for a new year. YIKES! With internet sales exploding it is a

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Posted in Colorado Department of Revenue, Colorado Income Tax, Sales Tax, Uncategorized, Use Tax

Colorado Income Tax Planning Update: Form 104

The following items might seem new and/or different for Colorado taxpayers on the CO 104 Income Tax form, some are some are not. These points below basically represent some of the more persistent questions coming across my desk as part

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Posted in Colorado Department of Revenue, Colorado Income Tax

Colorado Tax Update & Top 10 Hacks To Streamline the Filing Process

My friends at the Colorado Department of Revenue Tax Division have been hard at work amending and repealing several different personal and corporate income tax regulations with a handful of notable mentions for non-residents and part year residents alike. The absolute

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Posted in Colorado Department of Revenue, Colorado Income Tax
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