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Colorado: Fee or tax?

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Remote retail sales just got rockier in Colorado, which has begun imposing a 27-cent fee on every retail delivery made by motor vehicle to a destination in the state. The fee must only be charged once per order, even if the order will be split into multiple deliveries, according to the Colorado Department of Revenue’s guide.

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Sales tax on deliveries: More states to follow Colorado

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Just don’t call Colorado the only state implementing or considering such a surcharge on online sales: New York lawmakers will soon debate their own and Minnesota’s kicks in next year. Call it a sales tax or a delivery fee of 27 cents. Buddy, can you spare a quarter?

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Colorado Mulls Simplifying Retail Delivery Fee Requirements

CPA Practice

By Gail Cole A bill making its way through the Colorado General Assembly could help all businesses, and especially small businesses, comply with the retail delivery fee (RDF) that took effect July 1, 2022. What is the Colorado retail delivery fee? Benefits to the state The retail delivery fee benefits Colorado in a few ways.

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CBIZ Picks Up Erickson, Brown & Kloster in Colorado

CPA Practice

Cleveland-based top 15 accounting firm CBIZ acquired Erickson, Brown & Kloster, a full-service tax, accounting, and business consulting firm located in Colorado Springs, on Feb. Financial terms of the deal weren’t disclosed.

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A Breakdown of the Colorado Occupational Privilege Taxes

Patriot Software

A handful of cities in Colorado have a local tax called an occupational privilege tax. If you’re an employer in Colorado, it’s important to know if you owe the occupational privilege tax and what your city requirements are. Occupational privilege taxes (OPT) in Colorado […] READ MORE. Both employees and employers owe it.

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Colorado Paid Family Leave: FAQs About the Program

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Back in 2020, Colorado voted to implement its own Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI) program. And beginning in 2023, the Colorado paid family leave program takes effect. What does this mean for Colorado employers? State paid family leave (PFL) programs aren’t slowing down anytime soon.

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Fee or Tax? A Retail Delivery Fee Q.&A.

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RDFs are a relatively new concept: Colorado was first to roll one out, in July 2022. Q: How much is Colorado’s RDF? Q: Are there any exemptions in Colorado? As they begin to roll out these fees, states are taking lessons from Colorado – but as with everything about sales tax, details vary by state.

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