Most people are aware that tax laws can differ state-by-state. In Colorado, however, tax laws for home rule cities can vary from State tax laws. A “home rule city” is a city that has established a charter to be self-governed. There are nearly 100 home rule municipalities in Colorado. But what does this mean for businesses and their state and city tax obligations? Join us for a session discussing the tax implications of home rule cities in Colorado and how to make sure your business is in compliance. Learning Objectives:
- Understand how home rule cities operate
- Discuss which major cities in Colorado are governed under home rule
- Outline common tax scenarios that can arise in home rule cities
- Discuss what businesses should take into account when operating in home rule cities
Stacey Roberts, CPA, Senior Manager
Stacey has more than 18 years of public accounting experience in tax, with 16 of those years focusing exclusively in state and local taxation. She has experience with a variety of different entities, including C corporations, S corporations, LLCs and partnerships, and assists clients in a variety of state and local tax areas including legal entity restructuring, nexus studies, state income tax filing methods, apportionment analyses, sales and use tax analyses, credits and incentives, due diligence, audit assistance, income/franchise and sales/use tax compliance and state tax provisions.