COLORADO INCOME TAX
1. TRADITIONAL METHOD (SNAIL MAIL
Taxpayers can file the traditional paper tax returns with Colorado Department of Revenue.
The Tax returns are to be sent to:
State of Colorado
Department of Revenue
Denver, CO 80261-0005
2. TELEFILE (TELEPHONE FILING)
Most Colorado FULL-year residents who have not changed their address in the last year can
file their Colorado income tax by telephone. It is relatively simple, free,
accurate, available 24 hours a day, and typically results in faster refunds. To
TELEFILE, follow these instructions:
A. Fill out your Colorado income tax
B. Call the Colorado Department of
Revenue, numbers listed below, and use the keypad on a touchtone telephone to enter the
line numbers and amounts that you filled in on the tax form.
C. After you have entered the
information, wait on the line for a confirmation of your filing and keep the confirmation
The telephone numbers to call for TELEFILE are
|| (719) 592-0225
|| (719) 542-2681
|Denver Metro Area
|| (303) 238-3278 (Use also from outside Colorado)
|| (970) 282-7950
|| (970) 243-0664
|All other areas
|| (877) 835-3453 (Toll Free)
3. NETFILE (INTERNET
Colorado tax filers can file their Colorado tax return over the
Internet. NetFile may be used anyone with an e-mail address who
must file a Colorado individual income tax return. A NetFile
return can be submitted whether a refund is due or a payment is owed. It is free,
accurate, available 24 hours a day, and results in quicker tax refunds. You must
have Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 or greater, and Internet Explorer 3.0 or Netscape 3.0 or
greater. You will receive your user ID number from the NetFile Web
site, since a new user ID number is set up each year. You will need to have
available the same basic information that you provide on the paper tax forms including
your W-2, W-2G and 1099 forms that report Colorado income tax withholding.
To NetFile, follow these instructions:
||Access the NetFile Web site on the
Internet at www.taxcolorado.com
to obtain your user ID number for 2004.
||Follow the instructions to fill out your Colorado
Form 104, along with Forms 104CR, 104PN, 104AMT, if necessary.
||Submit your tax return to the Colorado Department of
Revenue through the Internet.
||You will receive a confirmation number via e-mail
shortly after filing and print this number out for reference.
You should print a copy of your tax return as filed for your
records. If you need to send a payment for a balance due, print out the
voucher, Form DR0900, 2004 individual Income Tax Payment Voucher for Electronic
Filers, Telefilers and NetFilers and enclose the form when you mail in your tax
payment. This form is also available in the Colorado Form 104 tax brochure or online
through the Colorado Department of Revenue website.
4. ELECTRONIC FILING (E-FILE) BY SANDERS
AND ASSOCIATES, P.C.
At our clients request, Sanders and Associates, P.C. can
electronically file Colorado individual income tax returns for our clients when we prepare the tax returns. Electronic filing can be completed up to the due date of the tax
returns, including any extensions.
NOTE: We do not electronically file tax returns self-prepared by
taxpayers or tax returns prepared by another "paid preparer".