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Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Colorado, USA

State and Local Taxes in Colorado

Holland & Hart state and local tax attorney Jon Bender has authored the “State and Local Taxes in Colorado” article as part of the Lexology Getting the Deal Through - Colorado, USA research and reference offering, providing information for subscribers to compare information on issues across multiple jurisdictions. In a Q&A format, the article provides legislative and regulatory insights on topics such as corporate income and franchise taxes, personal income taxes, sales and use taxes, property taxes, unclaimed and abandoned property, excise and other indirect taxes, incentives, and planning considerations related to the state and local taxes in Colorado.

The full Lexology Getting the Deal Through “State and Local Taxes in Colorado” article published on Sept. 11, 2018 is available for download here: State and Local Taxes in Colorado (subscription required).

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