Building Permit Reconciliations

A number of Colorado towns, cities and counties require a use tax deposit to be paid with a building permit.

Tax Tips for Working in Home Rule Jurisdictions

Here are some tax tips for working as a contractor in a home rule jurisdiction, using Denver as an example.

Colorado’s New Retail Delivery Fee

Colorado imposes a retail delivery fee on all deliveries by motor vehicle to a location in Colorado with at least one item of tangible personal property subject to state sales or use tax.

Time and Material vs. Lump Sum Billing

Contractors face many factors that impact profits, but there’s one that commonly comes back and hits profits years later upon audit.

Tax Challenges for Growing Building Companies

Builders who are expanding into more local jurisdictions in Colorado will have to deal with more sales and use tax compliance issues.

Understanding Economic Nexus

There are 70 home-rule cities in Colorado and many have agreed to participate in the Colorado Department of Revenue’s SUTS System.

Use Tax and Equipment Declarations

With spring construction season kicking off, here’s a timely reminder about construction equipment use tax and equipment declarations.

3 Ways to Score a Surety Bond Approval

There are some ways that contractors can help speed up the surety bond approval process and get approved so they can start their projects.

4 Sales Tax Traps for Colorado Businesses

Colorado is one of the “most difficult states for sales and use tax issues,” according to Alan Smith, director at Sales Tax Colorado, LLC.

Make 2020 Your Year for Marketing Success

When you have historical data, your goals-based marketing efforts can be much more intentional and predictable.