Colorado Colorado Income Tax Return
Extracted from PDF file 2019-colorado-form-104.pdf, last modified November 2018
Colorado Income Tax Return(11/13/18) 104 Book Booklet Includes: Instructions DR 0104 Related Forms 2018 Full-Year, Part-Year and Nonresident Individuals Colorado Individual Income Tax Filing Guide This book includes: DR 0104 2018 Colorado Individual Income Tax Form DR 0104CH 2018 Voluntary Contributions Schedule DR 0900 2018 Individual Income Tax Payment Form DR 0104AD Subtractions from Income Schedule DR 0158-I 2018 Extension Payment for Colorado Individual Income Tax DR 0104PN Part-Year Resident/Nonresident Tax Calculation Schedule 2018 DR 0104US 2018 Consumer Use Tax Reporting Schedule DR 0104CR Individual Credit Schedule 2018 Disclosure of Average Taxes Paid Colorado Income Tax Table Description of Voluntary Contribution organizations MAILING ADDRESS FOR FORM DR 0104 WITH WITHOUT PAYMENT PAYMENT COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Denver, CO 80261-0006 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Denver, CO 80261-0005 Mail To Mail To These addresses and zip codes are exclusive to the Colorado Department of Revenue, so a street address is not required. Page 2 Disclosure of Colorado Expenditures and Revenues ** Due to rounding, the values in each chart may not sum to 100% Revenues by Source Other 3.3% Federal Grants & Contracts 31.8% Expenditures by Function Transportation 4.9% Justice 5.8% Business, Community & Consumer Affairs 5.0% Taxes 40.3% Other 7.9% Education 41.8% Interest & Rents 1.4% License, Permits & Fines 3.2% Charges for Goods & Services 19.9% Social Assistance 34.6% Disclosure of Average Taxes Paid Calendar Year 2015 2 Average Family Money Income 1 $0 $15,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000 $70,000 $100,000 $150,000 $200,000 to to to to to to to to and 3 $15,000 $29,999 $39,999 $49,999 $69,999 $99,999 $149,999 $199,999 more Average State Taxes and Fees _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Individual Income 4 $78 $313 $713 $1,054 $1,556 $2,431 $3,857 $5,701 $16,280 $3,553 Sales 5 $281 $351 $431 $488 $571 $747 $984 $1,268 $2,777 $878 $90 $114 $154 $175 $202 $233 $276 $282 $484 $223 Gasoline and Gasohol 6 Licenses 7 and Registrations 8 $85 $131 $168 $186 $205 $233 $260 $270 $270 $201 $4 $3 $4 $6 $6 $9 $14 $18 $45 $12 Alcoholic Beverages 6 Cigarettes and Tobacco 6 $48 $45 $52 $53 $52 $48 $54 $46 $48 $50 Total State Taxes and Fees $585 $957 $1,522 $1,962 $2,593 $3,701 $5,445 $7,584 $19,904 $4,917 Local Taxes and Fees Residential Property 5 Sales and Use 5 Specific Ownership 8 Occupation 9 Total Local Taxes and Fees $712 $440 $80 $2 $1,235 $953 $549 $129 $6 $1,638 $1,112 $675 $169 $9 $1,965 $1,264 $763 $189 $12 $2,228 $1,631 $895 $209 $15 $2,750 $2,155 $1,169 $239 $22 $3,585 $3,264 $1,541 $269 $31 $5,105 $4,348 $1,984 $279 $44 $6,656 $11,008 $4,348 $279 $133 $15,767 $2,939 $1,374 $205 $30 $4,548 Federal Taxes Individual Income 4 Medicare 10 Social Security 10 Total Federal Taxes $572 $105 $450 $1,128 $1,123 $300 $1,284 $2,707 $2,235 $483 $2,065 $4,783 $3,320 $629 $2,689 $6,639 $5,242 $842 $3,598 $9,682 $8,654 $1,197 $5,119 $14,970 $14,656 $1,747 $7,347 $23,751 $24,601 $2,479 $7,347 $34,427 $102,060 $12,086 $7,347 $121,493 $18,052 $2,208 $4,139 $24,398 Total Taxes and Fees Paid Households Taxes Paid by Employers 11 $2,948 $556 $5,302 $1,585 $8,271 $2,548 $10,828 $3,318 $15,025 $4,440 $22,256 $6,316 $34,301 $9,094 $48,666 $9,826 $157,165 $19,433 $33,862 $6,346 Federal data and other data sources are used to estimate average taxes paid when actual data are unavailable for most tax types. The methodology for some estimates and income class categories changed from 2014 due to changes in the Bureau of Labor Statistics Consumer Expenditure Survey (CES), therefore estimates from prior years may not be comparable. 1 Estimate of income uses the CES definition of “money income” which includes all sources of income, taxable and nontaxable, as well as transfer payments (such as public assistance, supplemental security income, food stamps, and other benefits or contributions). 2 Calendar year 2015 estimates were updated to include data from taxpayers who filed for an extension on their federal taxes. 3 Some taxpayers family money income estimate was negative. Negative income is associated with self-employment and investment losses. These taxpayers were excluded because we cannot reliably assign them to the income categories used in this table. 4 Estimate is based on values from state and Federal income tax returns. 5 Estimate is calculated using the CES proportion of income for the tax on that item for each class, multiplied by the Colorado average income value for each class. 6 Industry data (e.g., average prices) was used to estimate the tax paid based on the CES value for that item. Then, the estimate was calculated using the CES proportion of income for the tax on that item for each class, multiplied by the Colorado average income value for each class. 7 The total state collections for drivers licenses was divided by the total number of filers, yielding a flat fee across all income classes. 8 The registrations and specific ownership fees/taxes paid were estimated using the total state collections and the CES average number of vehicles for each income class. 9 Total local occupation fees collected were distributed by income class. 10 Medicare and Social Security taxes were estimated based on income subject to these taxes. 11 Employers pay taxes to Medicare and Social Security on the employees’ behalf. Table of Contents Disclosure of Average Taxes Paid.............................. 2 Using this Guide: Filing Instructions........................... 3 Taxpayer Service and Assistance............................... 8 Tax Table.................................................................. 15 DR 0104: Colorado Return for All Resident Types....... 17 DR 0104CH: Voluntary Contributions Schedule....... 21 DR 0104AD: Subtractions from Income Schedule... 23 DR 0900: Individual Payment Voucher..................... 25 DR 0158-I: Extension Information and Form............ 27 DR 0104PN: Part–Year Resident/Nonresident Tax Calculation Schedule......................................... 29 DR 0104US: Consumer Use Tax Reporting Schedule... 33 DR 0104CR: Individual Credit Schedule.................. 35 Voluntary Contribution Information........................... 39 How To Use This Filing Guide This filing guide will assist you with completing your Colorado Income Tax Return. Please read through this guide before starting your return. Once you finish the form, file it with a computer, smartphone or tablet using our free and secure Revenue Online service at Colorado.gov/RevenueOnline. You may also file using private e-File software or with a paid tax preparer. You significantly reduce the chance of errors by filing your return electronically. If you cannot file electronically for any reason, mail the enclosed forms as instructed. All Colorado forms and publications referenced in this guide are available for download at Colorado.gov/Tax, the official Taxation website. The following symbols appear throughout this guide and point out important information, reminders and changes to tax rules. This points out a topic that is the source of common filing errors. Filing your return on Revenue Online will reduce the risk of errors; however, it is important to understand the information on your return. Errors cause processing delays and erroneous bills. Several subtractions and tax credits require you to provide supporting documentation. This symbol points out those requirements. If the additional documentation is not provided, it will cause processing delays or denial of the credits/ subtractions. These documents can be scanned and attached to your electronic filing through Revenue Online or most tax software, mailed with the DR 1778 or attached to your paper return. In-depth tax information is available in our easy to understand FYI Publications, which include examples and worksheets. This symbol lets you know when such a publication is available for a subject. All FYI publications are available in the Education and Legal Research section at Colorado.gov/Tax. Filing Information Who Must File This Tax Return Each year you must evaluate if you should file a Colorado income tax return. Generally, you must file this return if you are required to file a federal income tax return with the IRS for this year or will have a Colorado income tax liability for this year and you are: • A full-year resident of Colorado, or • A part-year Colorado resident who received taxable income while residing here or • Not a resident of Colorado, but received income from sources within Colorado. Colorado residents must file this return if they are required to file an income tax return with the IRS, even if they do not have a Colorado tax liability. Otherwise, the Department may file a return on your behalf and our return might not consider your unique tax situation. Also, the only way to determine if you are entitled to a refund is to file a return. Due Date The DR 0104 and any tax payment owed are due April 15, 2019. Revenue Online will accept returns as timely filed until midnight. Returns that are mailed must be Page 3 postmarked by April 15. An automatic extension to file is granted until October 15, but there is no extension to pay. See page 27 for more information. Deceased Persons Legal representatives and surviving spouses may file a return on behalf of a deceased person whose date of death was during the tax year. Surviving spouses may complete the return as usual and indicate the deceased status on the return. They can file the return and submit a copy of the death certificate through Revenue Online. Legal representatives may file the return and submit a copy of the death certificate through Revenue Online, but they must complete the Third Party Designee portion of the return. Either a surviving spouse or legal representative can avoid problems when filing on paper by marking the box next to the name of the deceased person, writing “DECEASED” in large letters in the white space above the tax year of the return, writing “FILING AS SURVIVING SPOUSE” or “FILING AS LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE” after their signature, and attaching the DR 0102 and a copy of the death certificate to the return. To claim a refund on behalf of a deceased person: you must submit a copy of the death certificate with the DR 0102 when filing the return. Filing Status You must file using the same filing status on both your federal and Colorado income tax returns. Any two individuals who legally file a joint federal income tax return must also file their Colorado income tax return jointly. Individuals filing a joint return must list the taxpayer names and Social Security numbers (SSN) in the same order on both the federal and Colorado returns. For married filing separate, do not list your spouse’s name or SSN on the return. Claiming Credits from a Pass-through Entity Individuals claiming tax credits as a partner or shareholder must obtain from the partnership or S corporation a federal Schedule K-1 or other statement reporting the name and employer identification number (EIN) of the partnership or S corporation and the type and amount of the credit. The Colorado Department of Revenue verifies the credit claims of partners and shareholders by reviewing the partnership or S corporation’s return. The Schedule K-1s or statements may be submitted through Revenue Online, through tax software or may be attached to a paper return. Line–by–Line Instructions for the DR 0104 First, complete the federal income tax return you will file with the IRS because you will use information from that return on your Colorado income tax return. Colorado income tax is based on your federal taxable income, which has already considered your deductions. Residency Status Mark the appropriate box to designate your residency status. If you are filing a joint return, and one person is a full-year Colorado resident and the other is either a part-year resident or a nonresident, mark the Part-Year Resident/Nonresident box. Page 4 Part-Year Colorado Residents and Nonresidents Tax is prorated so that it is calculated only on income received in Colorado or from sources within Colorado. We recommend you review publication FYI Income 6 if this applies to you. You will calculate your prorated tax by completing the DR 0104PN. You must submit the DR 0104PN with your return. Persons Traveling or Residing Abroad If you are traveling or residing outside the United States on April 15, the deadline for filing your return is June 17, 2019. If you need additional time to file your return, you will automatically have until October 15, 2019, to file. Interest is due on any tax paid after April 15, 2019. To avoid any late payment penalties, you must pay 90% of your tax liability by June 17, 2019, file your return by October 15, 2019 and pay any remaining tax due at the time of filing. When filing your return, mark the “Abroad on Due Date” box on Revenue Online or the paper return. Active Duty Military Under federal law, a military servicemember’s state of legal residence does not change solely as the result of the servicemember’s assignment for service in another state. Consequently, a Colorado resident who enters into military service will remain a Colorado resident unless they officially change their state of legal residence as described in DD Form 2058. In general, military servicemembers who are Colorado residents are subject to the same income tax filing requirements as other Colorado residents, even if they are serving in another state. These requirements are described on the preceding page, under the heading “Who Must File This Tax Return.” However, any military servicemember who spends at least 305 days of the tax year stationed outside of the United States on active military duty may elect to be treated as a nonresident. The servicemember may make this election by filing a return and checking the applicable box on Form 104PN. Military servicemembers who are stationed in Colorado, but are not Colorado residents, are not required to pay Colorado tax on their military income. However, any other Colorado source income of a nonresident servicemember is subject to Colorado taxation. Please see “Military Service Members — Special Filing Information” webpage on our website for additional information. The residency rules described above for military servicemembers also apply generally to a servicemember’s spouse if the spouse is residing with the servicemember either inside or outside of Colorado in compliance with the servicemember’s military orders. If a servicemember and their spouse are nonresidents stationed in Colorado, any wages earned by the spouse for work performed in Colorado are not subject to Colorado taxation. The military spouse must complete a DR 1059, provide a copy to their employer when hired for employment, and submit a copy to the Department, along with a copy of their military ID card, when they file their Colorado return each year. The DR 1059 may be filed with the Department through Revenue Online, with DR 1778, or as an attachment to a DR 0104 filed by paper. Name and Address Provide your name, mailing address, date of birth, Social Security number, as well as the state of issue, last four digits, and the date of issuance of your state issued ID card in the provided spaces. If filing Married Filing Joint, provide the spouse’s information where prompted. Provide the spouse’s information ONLY if filing a joint return. Otherwise leave blank. All Departmental correspondence will be mailed to the mailing address provided. We recommend you read publication FYI General 2 for the Privacy Act Notice. Line 1 Federal Taxable Income Refer to your federal income tax return to complete this line: • Form 1040 line 10 If your federal taxable income is a negative amount, be sure to enter the amount as such on your Colorado return. If submitting a paper return, put the negative amount in parentheses, for example ($1,234). Do not enter your total income or wages on this line because it will make your tax too high. The Department will compare the amount you list here to the return you file with the IRS, so be very careful to complete this correctly. Additions Line 2 State Addback Refer to your federal income tax return to complete this line. Enter $0 if you filed Form 1040 but did not itemize your deductions on Schedule A. Taxpayers who deduct general sales taxes on Schedule A line 5a, Form 1040, are not required to calculate this addback. If you deducted state income tax on Schedule A line 5a, complete the worksheet below to calculate the Income Tax Deduction. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 4 for special instructions before completing the worksheet below. Complete the following worksheet to determine your state income tax deduction addback. a) Is the amount on federal Form 1040 Schedule A line 5d greater than the amount on federal Form 1040 Schedule A line 5e? No. Enter the state income tax deduction from federal Form 1040 Schedule A line 5a. Yes. Subtract the amounts on federal Form 1040 Schedule A lines 5b and 5c from the amount on line 5e. Enter the result, but not less than $0. $ b) Total itemized deductions from federal Form 1040 Schedule A line 17 $ c) The amount of federal standard deduction you could have claimed (See instructions federal Form 1040 line 8 for 2018 federal standard deductions.) $ d) Line (b) minus line (c), but not less than $0 $ Transfer to line 2 of the DR 0104 the smaller amount from line (a) or (d) of the worksheet above. Page 5 Line 3 Other Additions Enter the sum of the following and specify which addition(s) in text box: • Bond interest—the amount of any interest earned from bonds issued by any state or political subdivision, excluding any bonds issued by the State of Colorado or its political subdivisions on or after May 1, 1980. Calculate the appropriate amount by subtracting the amortization of bond premiums and expenses (required to be allocated to interest income by Internal Revenue Code) from the gross amount of state and local bond interest. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 52 if this applies to you. • Improper distributions from a qualified state tuition program for which tuition program contribution subtraction was previously claimed. See FYI Income 44 for additional information. • Dependent child income—the amount from IRS Form 8814 line 14 or $1,050, whichever is smaller. Include this income only if you elected to report your child’s income on your federal income tax return. • Charitable gross conservation easement—the amount of your federal charitable deduction for a conservation easement that is also claimed for a Colorado tax credit. Complete the DR 1305 Part D. • Alien labor—the amount of expenses for unauthorized alien labor services. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 64 if this applies to you. • Partnership/Fiduciary—the amount of any fiduciary adjustment or partnership modification that increases your federal taxable income. • Any expenses incurred by a taxpayer with respect to expenditures made at, or payments made to, a club that restricts membership on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, marital status, race, creed, religion, color, ancestry or national origin. • Distributions from a medical savings account not made for an eligible expense. • Charitable hunger relief credit addback—the amount of your federal charitable deduction for a donation for which a Credit for Food Contributed to Hunger-Relief Charitable Organizations is claimed. Line 4 Subtotal Enter the sum of lines 1 through 3. Line 5 Subtractions from the DR 0104AD Schedule, line 18 Transfer the amount from the DR 0104AD line 18 to report any subtractions from your Federal Taxable Income. These subtractions will change your Colorado Taxable Income from the amount of Federal Taxable Income. See instructions in the income tax booklet for additional guidance on completing this schedule. Do not enter negative amounts. To ensure faster processing of your paper return, the amount entered on line 5 must exactly match the amount on the DR 0104AD. You must submit the DR 0104AD with your return. Line 6 Colorado Taxable Income Subtract line 5 from line 4. This is your Colorado taxable income and is the figure used to determine how much Colorado tax is owed, if any. Part-Year Residents or Nonresidents Go To the DR 0104PN. Full-Year Residents Continue To Line 7 Line 7 Colorado Tax The income tax rate is currently 4.63%. Full-year residents should refer to the tax table in this booklet. Determine the tax by the amount listed on line 6. Part-year residents and nonresidents should transfer the apportioned tax amount from the DR 0104PN line 36. You must submit the DR 0104PN with your return. Line 8 Alternative Minimum Tax Enter the amount of any Alternative Minimum Tax. Generally, if you pay alternative minimum tax on your federal income tax return, you will pay the same for your Colorado return. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 14 if this applies to you. Line 9 Recapture of Prior Year Credits Enter any credit claimed in prior years that is subject to recapture under Colorado law. Line 10 Subtotal Sum of lines 7 through 9. Tax Credits Visit Colorado.gov/Tax/Income-Tax-Credits to read more about which tax credits can be claimed on this form. Line 11 Nonrefundable Credits Complete the DR 0104CR to claim various nonrefundable credits. Transfer the amount from the DR 0104CR line 39 to this line. The nonrefundable credits used from the DR 0104CR combined with the total Nonrefundable Enterprise Zone Credit used cannot exceed line 10. To ensure faster processing of your paper return, the amount entered on line 11 must exactly match the amount on the DR 0104CR. You must submit the DR 0104CR with your return. Scan and submit any required documentation through Revenue Online E-Filer Attachment, attach to your electronic return or mail paper documentation with the DR 1778 E-Filer Attachment. Line 12 Nonrefundable Enterprise Zone Credits Use your tax software, Revenue Online or the DR 1366 to calculate the total amount of Nonrefundable Enterprise Zone Credits being used to offset the current year tax liability. Complete the DR 1366 and transfer line 87 to this line. The total Nonrefundable Enterprise Zone Credit used combined with nonrefundable credits from the DR 0104CR cannot exceed the amount on line 10. You must submit the DR 1366 and a copy of each certificate with your return. The Department strongly recommends electronic filing for taxpayers with enterprise zone credits. Failure to file electronically may result in delays processing your return. Page 6 Line 13 Net Income Tax Add lines 11 and 12. Subtract this sum from line 10. This cannot be a negative number. Line 14 Use Tax Enter the amount from the DR 0104US schedule line 7. If you did not have any purchases from retailers who do not collect Colorado state sales tax, then leave this line blank and DO NOT fill out the DR 0104US schedule. For more information on your consumer use tax obligation, including how to use the new annual customer reports from non-collecting retailers, please visit Colorado.gov/Tax/UseTax. If you are reporting use tax on this return, you must submit the DR 0104US with your return. Line 15 Net Colorado Tax Sum of lines 13 and 14. Line 16 Colorado Income Tax Withheld Enter the sum of all Colorado income tax withheld as reported on W-2, W-2G and/or various 1099 statements. Staple your Colorado withholding forms where indicated or, if filing electronically, scan and submit them through Revenue Online E-Filer Attachments. Failure to submit your withholding forms will result in the credit being denied. Do NOT include withholding for federal income tax, income tax from another state, or income tax from local governments. Be certain to exclude amounts withheld from Colorado real estate sales by nonresidents, nonresident beneficiary withholding, or Colorado partnership or S Corporation income withholding for nonresidents because these specified amounts should be listed on line 20. Line 17 Prior-year Estimated Tax Carryforward Enter the amount, if any, from your 2017 Colorado DR 0104 line 27. Line 18 Quarterly Estimated Payments Carefully review your payment(s) before completing this line. Use Revenue Online (Colorado.gov/RevenueOnline) to verify estimated taxes paid on your account. Doing so will reduce processing delays. Most taxpayers who have made quarterly estimated payments used the DR 0104EP to remit these payments. Refer to FYI Income 51 for more information about Estimated Payments. Line 21 Gross Conservation Easement Credit Complete all applicable parts of the DR 1305. Enter the amount from the DR 1305G line 33. You must submit the DR 1305G with your return. Line 22 Innovative Motor Vehicle Credit Complete the DR 0617 schedule. If claiming a credit for multiple vehicles, trucks, trailers or modifications you must complete one DR 0617 for each. Then enter the amount (or sum) from each DR 0617 line 9 or line 18. You must submit each DR 0617 with your return. For information about this credit, see publication FYI Income 69. For each DR 0617, you must also submit copies of the bill of sale, purchase invoice, lease agreement, or conversion receipts, along with proof of Colorado registration for each vehicle for which you are claiming a credit. Line 23 Refundable Credits Complete the DR 0104CR to claim various refundable credits. Transfer the amount from the DR 0104CR line 8 to this line. You must submit the DR 0104CR with your return. See the DR 0104CR for the required documentation for the credit claimed. Submit using Revenue Online, attach to an electronically filed return as a PDF or attach to your paper return. Line 24 Subtotal Sum of lines 16 through 23. Line 25 Federal Adjusted Gross Income Refer to your 2018 federal income tax return to complete this line: • Form 1040 line 7 If your federal adjusted gross income is a negative amount, be sure to enter the amount as such on your Colorado return. If submitting a paper return, put the negative amount in parentheses, for example ($1,234). Compare lines 15 and 24. If line 15 is greater, skip to line 31. If line 24 is greater, continue to line 26. Line 26 Overpayment Subtract line 15 from line 24. Line 19 Extension Payment Line 27 Estimated Tax Carryforward Line 20 Other Prepayments Line 28 Voluntary Contributions Enter the amount, if any, you remitted with the DR 0158-I to ensure 90% of your tax was paid by the filing due date. Enter the sum of payments remitted on your behalf because you received Colorado income from: • an estate as a beneficiary – remitted using the DR 0104BEP, and/or • partnership or shareholder agreement–remitted using the DR 0108, and/or • a real estate transaction that closed during the tax year for which you are filing this return – remitted using the current DR 1079. Be sure to mark corresponding box(es) as appropriate. Enter the amount, if any, you would like to be available for 2019 estimated tax. If you would like to contribute money to one of the organizations available to receive voluntary contributions, first complete the DR 0104CH. Then enter the amount from the DR 0104CH line 21. If you complete this line, you must submit the DR 0104CH with your return. See the last two pages of this booklet to learn more about these approved organizations. Line 29 Subtotal Sum of lines 27 and 28. Line 30 Refund Subtract line 29 from line 26. This is the amount of your refund. You have the option of authorizing the Department to directly deposit these funds to your bank or CollegeInvest account. Otherwise, a refund check will be mailed to the address you have designated on this return. • Direct Deposit—Enter the routing and account numbers and account type. The routing number is 9 digits. Account numbers can be up to 17 characters (numbers and/or letters). Include hyphens, but do NOT enter spaces or special symbols. We recommend that you contact your financial institution to ensure you are using the correct information and that they will honor a direct deposit. See the sample check below to assist you in finding the account and routing numbers. Did you know you can now direct deposit your tax refund into a new or existing CollegeInvest account? Please contact 1-800-448-2424 or visit CollegeInvest.org for more information. • Intercepted Refunds—The Department will intercept your refund if you owe back taxes or if you owe a balance to another Colorado government agency or the IRS. If you are filing a joint return and only one party is responsible for the unpaid debt, you may file a written claim to: Injured Spouse Desk, 1375 Sherman Street, Room 240, Denver, CO 80261. Claims must include a copy of your federal income tax return, federal form 8379 and copies of all W-2, W-2G, or any 1099 statements received by both parties. DO NOT attach your claim to this return. It will not be processed. Line 31 Net Tax Due Subtract line 24 from line 15, then add line 28. This is the amount you owe with this return. If you are filing after the due date (or valid extension) or you owe estimated tax penalty, continue to the next line. If you are filing timely and do not owe penalty or interest, go to line 35. Line 32 Delinquent Payment Penalty Calculate any penalty owed for delinquent filing or payment. The penalty is the greater of $5 or 5% of the net tax due for the first month after the due date and increased by 0.5% for each additional month past the due date. The maximum penalty is 12%. If you prefer not to calculate this penalty, the Department will bill you. Line 33 Delinquent Payment Interest Page 7 Calculate any interest owed for delinquent filing or payment. The interest rate is 5% of the net tax due. If you prefer not to calculate this interest, the Department will bill you. Interest on any bill issued that remains unpaid after 30 days of issuance will increase to 8%. Line 34 Estimated Tax Penalty To calculate this penalty, complete the form DR 0204. Enter any estimated tax penalty owed on this line. You must submit the DR 0204 with your return. Scan and submit the form DR 0204 through Revenue Online E-Filer Attachments or submit the form to your paper return. Line 35 Amount You Owe Enter the sum of lines 31 through 34. You have three payment options. Please note: Any assessment made by the Department will likely include delinquent payment penalty and interest. The only way to avoid paying penalty and interest is to pay in full by the filing due date. • Pay Online—After submitting your return on Revenue Online, you will be given the opportunity to submit an online payment with your credit card, e-check or by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). A nominal processing fee may apply. If you file a paper return, you may still choose to pay electronically. Visit Colorado.gov/RevenueOnline for details. • Pay by Mail—If filing by Revenue Online or other electronic filing method and you wish to send a check or money order, complete the form DR 0900 and mail with your payment. Make payable to “Colorado Department of Revenue” and clearly write your Social Security number and “2018 DR 0104” on the memo line. Be sure to keep a copy of the money order or note the check number with your tax records. • Payment Plan—The Department will issue a bill for any unpaid balance due. When you receive the bill, you may set up a payment plan as instructed on the bill. Third Party Designee Mark the “Yes” box to allow the Colorado Department of Revenue to discuss this tax return with the paid preparer or designee who signed it. This authorization is valid for any period of time and can be revoked with a written statement to the Department. Revocations must declare the return filing period and tax type, must designate that the Third Party Designee is being revoked and must be signed and dated by the taxpayer and/or designee. By completing this area of the return, the taxpayer is granting the designee the ability to: • Provide any missing information needed for the processing of the return, and • Call the Department for information about the return, including the status of any refund or processing time, and Page 8 • Receive upon request copies of notices, bills or transcripts related to the return, and • Respond to notices about math errors, intercepts and questions about the preparation of the return. This designation does not allow the third party to receive any refund check, bind the taxpayer to anything (including any additional tax liability), or otherwise represent the taxpayer before the Colorado Department of Revenue. In order to expand the designee’s authorization, complete the DR 0145 Power of Attorney for Department-Administered Tax Matters and submit via Revenue Online. W-2s and 1099s When filing a paper return, all W-2s and/or 1099s that show Colorado income tax withholding must be attached to the front of the form where indicated. When filing an electronic return, attach scanned copies of all W-2s and/or 1099s that show Colorado income tax withholding to the e-filed tax return. If you are unable to attach W-2s and/or 1099s to your e-filed return, submit through Revenue Online, Colorado.gov/RevenueOnline. Taxpayer Service and Assistance Revenue Online and Secure Messaging The Department offers many services through Revenue Online. You can file or amend a return, submit required return attachments, monitor your account activity, pay taxes, check the status of a refund, file a protest and send a secure message to Department staff. Visit Colorado.gov/RevenueOnline to get started. Taxation Website Visit the official Colorado Department of Revenue’s Taxation Division website, Colorado.gov/Tax, for tax forms, FYI publications, education resources, legal research and more. Call Center Representatives are available Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 303-238-SERV (7378) TTY/TDD 800-659-2656 Walk-in Assistance Forms and information are available Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Denver—1375 Sherman Street Colorado Springs—2447 North Union Boulevard Fort Collins—3030 South College Avenue Grand Junction—222 South 6th Street, 208 Pueblo—827 West 4th Street, Suite A Common Issues Did Not Receive W-2 Statement from Your Employer • Contact your employer to request a copy, or • Use the year-to-date (YTD) Colorado wages and withholding amounts from your final paycheck stub to complete a Substitute W-2, form DR 0084 and submit both with your return. Records Retention Keep all documentation you used to prepare your return at least 4 years after the due date, which is the statute of limitations for the Department to make changes to your return. However, if the Department does not receive your return, they may file on your behalf using the best information available. There is no statute of limitations for assessment if a return is not filed. Correcting Errors or Changing a Return Individual income tax returns from 2009 and forward may be amended electronically through Revenue Online. Filing and amending returns in Revenue Online is a free service. You may amend online even if the original return was filed on paper. Revenue Online has all the information from your original return. You will not need to re-enter everything. • If you cannot amend online, you may file the DR 0104X. Make sure you use the appropriate form version for the year you are amending. • If you are changing your Colorado return because the IRS made changes to your federal return, you must file the DR 0104X within 30 days of being notified by the IRS. You must amend your Colorado return in this case, even if there is no net change to your tax liability. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU SUBMIT ALL SCHEDULES AND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION FOR ANY CHANGES WITH YOUR AMENDED RETURN. YOU MUST SUBMIT ALL SCHEDULES, EVEN IF YOU ARE NOT CHANGING THOSE VALUES. Estimated Tax Requirements If you expect next year’s Colorado tax liability to be greater than $1,000 after subtracting credits, you should make estimated tax payments using the DR 0104EP. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 51 for additional information. Filing Errors and Incomplete Information It is important to read all the information available for your specific tax situation and to submit all required documentation with your return. Failure to do so may result in delayed processing of your return and refund, if any. We recommend that you file using Revenue Online to avoid common mathematical errors. You may also opt to use a commercial tax preparation software program or a paid tax professional to help you complete your return. Federal Earned Income Tax Credit and Colorado Insurance Programs Individuals whose income does not exceed certain thresholds and/or have qualifying children may be eligible for a refund resulting from the federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and/or low-cost health insurance through Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+). You may obtain additional information regarding the EITC online at IRS.gov or by calling Colorado United Way at 211. Additional information regarding CHP+ may be found at CCHP.org or by calling 1-800-359-1991. Line-by-Line Instructions for the DR 0104AD - Subtractions from Income Schedule If you use this schedule to claim any subtractions from your income, you must submit it with the DR 0104. Line 1 State Income Tax Refund Refer to your federal income tax return to complete this line. If you did not complete federal Schedule 1, Form 1040, enter $0. Otherwise, enter the amount from line 10, Schedule 1, Form 1040. Line 2 U.S. Government Interest Enter the sum of all interest earned from U.S. government bonds, treasury bills and other obligations of the U.S. or its territories, possessions and agencies that you reported on your federal income tax return and is calculated as part of your federal taxable income. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 20 if this applies to you. Do not include interest earned from Federal National Mortgage Association and Government National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae and Ginnie Mae). Dividends from mutual funds may not be 100% exempt. Line 3 Pension and Annuity Subtraction You might be eligible to subtract the income you earned from a pension or annuity. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 25 if this applies to you. This subtraction is allowed only for pension or annuity income that is included in your federal taxable income. The amount of subtraction you can claim is also limited based upon your age. As of December 31, 2018, if you were: • Age 65 or older, then you are entitled to subtract $24,000 or the total amount of your taxable pension/annuity income, whichever is smaller; or • At least 55 years old, but not yet 65, then you are entitled to subtract $20,000 or the total amount of your taxable pension/annuity income, whichever is smaller; or • Younger than 55 years old and you received pension/annuity income as a secondary beneficiary (widow, dependent child, etc.) due to the death of the person who earned the pension/annuity, then you are entitled to subtract $20,000 or the total amount of your secondary beneficiary taxable pension/annuity income, whichever is smaller. If this applies to you, please list the Social Security number of the deceased in the space provided. Pension/annuity income should not be intermingled between spouses. Each spouse must meet the requirements for the subtraction separately and claim the subtraction only on their pension/annuity income. Any qualifying spouse pension/annuity income should be reported on line 4. Page 9 Submit copies of all 1099R and SSA-1099 statements with your return. Submit using Revenue Online or attach to your paper return. Line 4 Spouse Pension and Annuity Subtraction If the secondary taxpayer listed on a jointly filed return is eligible for the pension and annuity subtraction, enter the qualifying amount on this line. Review the instructions for line 3 to see what amount qualifies. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 25 if this applies to you. Take precautions to report the subtraction on the correct line. The first person listed on the return shall report on line 3 and the second person listed shall report on line 4. Line 5 Colorado Capital Gain Subtraction You might be eligible to subtract some or all of the capital gain included in your federal taxable income, if the gain is derived from the sale of tangible personal property or from the sale of real property located in Colorado. The amount of this subtraction is limited to $100,000. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 15 if this applies to you. You must complete and submit the DR 1316 with your return. Take precaution to completely fill out each item of this form. Be as detailed as possible, especially when providing property descriptions, ownership, and dates of acquisition and sale. Line 6 CollegeInvest Contribution Contributions to CollegeInvest can be deducted from your return. The contribution must have been included on your federal income tax return and calculated as part of your federal taxable income. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 44 if this applies to you. The three fields on line 6 should be left blank if the taxpayer and/or spouse are the CollegeInvest account owners who set up the account for the student beneficiary. If you are not the account owner (e.g. grandparent, friend,) complete the three additional fields. To report contributions to more than one account, you must file electronically. Do not deduct contributions made to a tuition savings plan for another state or any tuition you paid while attending school. Line 7 Qualifying Charitable Contributions Taxpayers who make charitable contributions that would be eligible for a federal income tax deduction, but do not claim federal itemized deductions on Schedule A of form 1040, might be eligible to deduct a portion of their contribution on this form. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 48 if this applies to you. Use the worksheet on the next page to determine your qualifying contribution. Page 10 (a) Did you itemize your deductions on Schedule A of federal form 1040? Yes No (b) Did you deduct charitable contributions on the federal form? Yes No If you answered Yes on either (a) or (b) above, enter $0 on line 7; you do not qualify for this subtraction. If you answered No on both (a) and (b) above, continue below. (c) Enter the amount you could have deducted as charitable contributions on lines 11 and 12 of federal Schedule A. $ (d) Colorado adjustment $500 (e) Subtract line (d) from line (c). This is the qualifying amount. If the amount is greater than $0, transfer to line 7. Enter the total contributions in the space provided and the subtraction after the $500 adjustment on line 7. Do not enter an amount on this line if you already deducted your charitable donation on Schedule A of the federal 1040 form. Otherwise, you will be issued an assessment that will likely include penalty and interest. For claims greater than $5,000, submit the receipts you received at the time of donation. For in-kind donations, submit an itemized list of the donated items and their fair market value. Submit using Revenue Online or attach to your paper return. Do not send receipts of items that were purchased for donation. Line 8 Qualified Reservation Income List any amount of income that was derived wholly from reservation sources by an enrolled tribal member who lives on the reservation, which was included as taxable income on the Federal income tax form. Submit proof of tribal membership, residence, and source of income. This must be submitted every three years by taxpayers claiming this subtraction. Line 9 PERA/DPSRS Subtraction If you made contributions to PERA between July 1, 1984, and December 31, 1986, or to Denver Public Schools District No. 1 Retirement during 1986 and your 2018 federal taxable income includes pension income, see FYI Income 16 to determine if you can take a subtraction for any of your pension income. Submit a copy of your previously taxed contribution. PERA statements can be obtained from Copera.org or by calling 1-800-759-7372. Submit using Revenue Online or attach to your paper return. Do not list the amount of contributions you made as an employee this past year. Line 10 Railroad Benefit List any railroad retirement benefits that you reported on your federal income tax return and is calculated as part of your federal taxable income. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 25 if this applies to you. Submit copies of all RRB-1099 and RRB-1099R Statements. Submit using Revenue Online or submit with your paper return. Line 11 Wildfire Mitigation Measures Enter the amount incurred in per forming wildfire mitigation on your land, up to $2,500. We recommend that you read publication FYI Income 65 to properly calculate this subtraction. Submit copies of receipts for qualified costs for wildfire mitigation for your property. Submit using Revenue Online or submit with your paper return. Line 12 Colorado Marijuana Business Deduction For Colorado-licensed marijuana businesses, list any expenditure that is eligible to be claimed as a federal income tax deduction but is disallowed by section 280E of the Internal Revenue Code because marijuana is a controlled substance under federal law. To calculate this deduction, you must create pro forma federal schedule(s) for Business Profit or Loss as if the federal government would have allowed the expenditures from the marijuana business. The Colorado deduction shall be the difference between the profit/loss as calculated on the ACTUAL schedule(s) filed with the federal return and the pro forma schedule(s) described above. You must submit both the pro forma federal schedule(s) and the actual federal schedule(s) with your Colorado return when claiming this deduction. Submit using Revenue Online or submit with your paper return. Line 13 Nonresident Disaster Relief Worker Subtraction For nonresident individuals, enter the amount of compensation earned for performing disaster-related work in the state during a declared state disaster emergency and for the 60 days thereafter. Disaster-related work includes repairing, renovating, installing, building, or rendering services that relate to infrastructure that has been damaged, impaired, or destroyed by a declared state disaster emergency or providing emergency medical, firefighting, law enforcement, hazardous material, search and rescue, or other emergency service related to a state declared disaster emergency. This subtraction is only available to nonresident individuals. If you are a full-year resident of Colorado, you are not eligible for this subtraction. Line 14 Reacquisition of Colorado Residency During Active Duty Military Service Subtraction This subtraction is only allowed to military servicepersons who meet several requirements. In order to qualify for the subtraction the serviceperson must (1) have Colorado as his or her home of record, (2) after enlisting in the military, have acquired legal residency in a state other than Colorado and, (3) on or after January 1, 2016, have reacquired Colorado residency. A military serviceperson who meets these three requirements can claim a subtraction for any compensation included in his or her federal taxable income that he or she received for active duty service after reacquiring Colorado residency. In order to have acquired residency in another state, you must have: 1. been physically present in that state, 2. intended to make that state your permanent home, and 3. intended to abandon your previous state of legal residence. In order to reacquire residency in Colorado, you need not be physically present in Colorado, but you must intend to both make Colorado your permanent home and to abandon your previous state of legal residence. In order to claim this subtraction, a taxpayer must include with his or her return: (1) a military form showing Colorado as his or her home of record, (2) evidence of acquiring residency in another state, and (3) evidence of reacquiring residency in Colorado during the tax year. Evidence of acquiring residency in another state and reacquiring residency in Colorado must come in one of the following forms: 1. voter registration; 2. records reflecting the purchase of residential property or an unimproved residential lot; 3. motor vehicle titling and registration; 4. notification to your prior state of legal residence of your intention to change your state of legal residence; 5. preparation of a new last will and testament reflecting your state of legal residence. If you qualify for this subtraction, enter the amount of compensation received for active duty military service on line 14 and submit all required evidence of residency with your return. Page 11 Line 15 Agricultural Asset Lease Deduction Enter the certificate number (YY-###) for the deduction certificate that was provided by the Colorado Agricultural Development Authority (CADA). If you received more than one certificate you must file electronically. Enter the amount of the deduction on this line. The amount of deduction allowed to a qualified taxpayer may not exceed $25,000. You must submit a copy of each certificate with your return. Line 16 First-time Home Buyer Savings Account Interest Deduction You must complete the DR 0350 and submit with your return if you are claiming this deduction. You may only deduct the amount of taxable interest and/or earnings on the qualified account in the tax year claimed. This deduction is subject to recapture. Line 17 Other Subtractions from Federal Taxable Income Enter the sum of all other allowable subtractions. For more information about what to enter on this line, see the Income Tax – Subtractions page on Colorado.gov/Tax. Colorado.gov/Tax/Income-Tax-Subtractions. Do not include amounts that were earned outside Colorado, net operating losses, K-1 adjustments, military income, wage adjustments or donations made to the Military Family Relief Fund on this line. Include a clear explanation of the subtraction being claimed on your return. Line 18 Subtotal Enter the sum of lines 1 through 17. GO GREEN! GO ONLINE! Colorado.gov/Tax FIND FILE CONNECT Filing Tips and Quick Answers Colorado.gov/RevenueOnline Find Information Manage your Account Review tax publications File a return Learn how to file and pay Make a payment Download forms View letters and bills View Education and Legal Research resources Send a Secure Message to the Department More services and information available. GO ONLINE TODAY! Page 12 Special District Rates and Boundaries Table Instructions for form DR 0104US– Consumer Use Tax Reporting Schedule Use Tax SDCU Was Colorado sales or use tax paid on your purchases from out-of-state vendors? YES: Some purchases will have sales or use tax included. Check your invoices and receipts to see if sales tax was paid. If sales tax was paid on your purchases, no consumer use tax is due. DO NOT FILL OUT THIS FORM. NO: Many online or out-of-state retailers do not collect sales or use tax from customers on purchases. Total the amount of your 2018 purchases where no tax was paid. State and special district (if applicable) consumer use tax must be paid on your purchases. Lines 1–2 State Consumer Use Tax Enter the total amount of 2018 purchases where no state sales tax or use tax was paid on line 1. Multiply line 1 by 0.029 (for the Colorado state sales tax rate of 2.9%). Round this number to the nearest whole dollar to calculate your Colorado consumer use tax liability. Enter this number on line 2. Lines 3–6 Special District Use Tax Use the table below to determine if you lived within a special district(s) in 2018. Report the total amount of 2018 purchases where no special district tax was paid on line 3. Then, enter the Special District Consumer Use (SDCU) code based on you lived in 2018 on line 4. If no special districts apply, enter 00 in the SDCU code field on line 4 and skip to line 6. Enter the special district use tax rate on line 5. Multiply line 3 by line 5. Round this number to the nearest whole dollar and enter your special district use tax liability on line 6. If no special districts apply, enter $0. Line 7 Enter the sum of lines 2 and 6. Transfer this amount to DR 0104 line 14. Submit this schedule with the DR 0104. Special District Name and Boundaries No Special District Regional Transportation District (RTD) Only The Denver metropolitan area including all of Boulder, Denver, and Jefferson Counties, northern Douglas County, the western areas of Adams and Arapahoe Counties, most of Broomfield County, and small part of southwest Weld County. Scientific & Cultural Facilities District (CD) Only The Denver metropolitan area including all areas of Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, and Jefferson Counties. All of Douglas county EXCEPT the city limits of Castle Rock and Larkspur. Regional Transportation District (RTD) and Scientific & Cultural Facilities District (CD) Overlap between the RTD and CD districts (see individual descriptions above.) Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority El Paso County EXCEPT within the municipal limits of Calhan, Fountain, Monument, Palmer Lake, or the Colorado Springs Commercial Aeronautical Zone. Note - Any areas annexed into these municipalities after 2004 are included in the PPRTA. South Platte Valley Regional Transportation Authority Within the city limits of Sterling. Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Within the city limits of Glenwood Springs or Carbondale. Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Within the city limits of Basalt or New Castle. Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Areas of unincorporated Eagle County in the El Jebel area and outside the city limits of Carbondale. Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Aspen and Snowmass Village city limits, unincorporated Pitkin County. Rate Code N/A 00 0.010 10 0.001 20 0.011 12 0.010 30 0.001 50 0.010 61 0.008 62 0.006 63 0.004 64 Reference publication DR 1002 at Colorado.gov/Tax, your county assessor’s office, or district maps for additional information to determine whether you live within the boundaries of the above special districts. Most residents of the Denver metropolitan area are within the district boundaries of both the Regional Transportation District (RTD) and the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District (CD). Instructions for Select Credits from the DR 0104CR Child Care Expenses Credit (DR 0347 and DR 0104CR Part I) Use the DR 0347 to calculate this credit and submit it along with the DR 0104CR. Rural & Frontier Health Care Preceptor Credit In order to claim this credit, the taxpayer must: • Receive certification that the preceptor satisfied all requirements to receive the credit from the institution for which the preceptor teaches or from the regional AHEC office with jurisdiction over the area in which the preceptorship took place. This certification must be completed on the DR 0366. • Send an electronic copy of the completed certification (DR 0366) to the Department by email to [email protected] • If the preceptor receives notification from the Department that the taxpayer is entitled to claim the credit, file a Colorado income tax return and claim the credit on the return. You must submit the DR 0366 with your return. Business Personal Property Credit for Individual Business Owners This credit is only available if business personal property tax was paid to a Colorado county in 2018 and the business had business personal property valued at $15,000 or less. Submit a copy of the assessor’s statement with your return. Business personal property credit calculation worksheet Enter the amount of business personal A property tax paid in 2018. Enter the Credit Rate from Table 1 below that corresponds with your Federal Taxable Income and Filing Status. B Page 13 To Calculate the Colorado Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) on DR 0104CR: Line 2 Enter the amount of earned income calculated for your federal return. In order to calculate the value of your Federal earned income tax credit, you must determine the amount of earned income. You may use the Earned Income Credit Worksheet (EIC Worksheet) and the Earned Income Credit (EIC) Table in the instruction booklet for Federal Form 1040 or use the EITC Assistant Tool online: IRS.gov/Credits-&-Deductions/Individuals/Earned-Income-Tax-Credit/Use-the-EITC-Assistant. It is available in both English and Spanish. Line 3 The federal EITC you claimed Refer to the credit you entered on the Federal Form 1040. • Enter the amount of line 17a from Federal Form 1040 on the Colorado Form DR 0104CR line 3. Table Instructions: If you have a qualifying child and you claimed the EITC on the Federal 1040, you will need to identify that child or those children in this table. Enter each qualifying child’s last name, first name, year of birth and Social Security number. Only check the “Deceased” box for a qualifying child if the child was born and died in 2018 and was not assigned an SSN, you must submit a copy of the child’s birth certificate, death certificate, or hospital records showing a live birth with your return. Line 4 COEITC Multiply the amount you entered on line 3 by 0.1 to calculate your Colorado EITC. Line 5 If you are filing as a part-year resident ONLY Multiply the amount you entered on line 4 by the percentage on the DR 0104PN line 34. (If the percentage exceeds 100%, use 100%.) Enter the result on line 5. This is the portion of the Colorado EITC you are allowed. Multiply line A by line B to calculate the credit allowed. Enter on Form 104CR line 6. Table 1 - Determine your credit rate by using your federal filing status and your federal taxable income amount from DR 0104 line 1. Credit Rate by Filing Status Table for Business Personal Property Credit Federal Taxable Income (DR 0104, Line 1) Single $0 - $9,525 $9,526 - $38,700 $38,701 - $82,500 $82,501 - $157,500 $157,501 - $200,000 $200,001 - $500,000 $500,001 and up Joint $0 - $19,050 $19,051 - $77,400 $77,401 - $165,000 $165,001 - $315,000 $315,001 - $400,000 $400,001 - $600,000 $600,001 and up Head of Household $0 - $13,600 $13,601 - $51,800 $51,801 - $82,500 $82,501 - $157,500 $157,501 - $200,000 $200,001 - $500,000 $500,001 and up Married Filing Separate $1 - $9,525 $9,526 - $38,700 $38,701 - $82,500 $82,501 - $157,500 $157,501 - $200,000 $200,001 - $300,000 $300,001 and up Credit rate .8537 .8037 .7037 .6737 .6237 .6037 .5577 Page 14 Instructions for Select Credits from the DR 0104CR – Continued Note There are two credits that are available for the preservation of historic properties and structures. Each credit has a different certification process and is subject to different limitations and qualification requirements. The Historic Property Preservation credit (§39-22-514, C.R.S.) must be claimed on line 19 of the DR 0104CR. For more information on this credit, review FYI Income 1. The Preservation of Historic Structures credit (§39-22514.5, C.R.S.) must be claimed on lines 33 through 35 of the DR 0104CR. For more information on this credit, review resources available online from the Colorado Office of Economic Development or from History Colorado. Page 15 Colorado Income Tax Table To find your tax from the table below, read down the taxable income column to the line containing your Colorado taxable income from DR 0104 line 6. Then read across to the tax column and enter this amount on DR 0104 line 7. Part-year residents and nonresidents, enter tax on DR 0104PN line 35. TAXABLE INCOME Over But not over TAX TAXABLE INCOME Over But not over TAX 9,700 9,800 9,900 10,000 10,100 Over But not over TAX 9,600 9,700 9,800 9,900 10,000 TAXABLE INCOME TAXABLE INCOME Over But not over TAX 447 451 456 461 465 15,100 15,200 15,300 15,400 15,500 15,200 15,300 15,400 15,500 15,600 TAXABLE INCOME Over But not over TAX 701 706 711 715 720 20,600 20,700 20,800 20,900 21,000 20,700 20,800 20,900 21,000 21,100 956 961 965 970 975 0 10 30 50 75 10 30 50 75 100 0 1 2 3 4 4,600 4,700 4,800 4,900 5,000 4,700 4,800 4,900 5,000 5,100 215 220 225 229 234 10,100 10,200 10,300 10,400 10,500 10,200 10,300 10,400 10,500 10,600 470 475 479 484 488 15,600 15,700 15,800 15,900 16,000 15,700 15,800 15,900 16,000 16,100 725 729 734 738 743 21,100 21,200 21,300 21,400 21,500 21,200 21,300 21,400 21,500 21,600 979 984 989 993 998 100 200 300 400 500 200 300 400 500 600 7 12 16 21 25 5,100 5,200 5,300 5,400 5,500 5,200 5,300 5,400 5,500 5,600 238 243 248 252 257 10,600 10,700 10,800 10,900 11,000 10,700 10,800 10,900 11,000 11,100 493 498 502 507 512 16,100 16,200 16,300 16,400 16,500 16,200 16,300 16,400 16,500 16,600 748 752 757 762 766 21,600 21,700 21,800 21,900 22,000 21,700 21,800 21,900 22,000 22,100 1,002 1,007 1,012 1,016 1,021 600 700 800 900 1,000 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 30 35 39 44 49 5,600 5,700 5,800 5,900 6,000 5,700 5,800 5,900 6,000 6,100 262 266 271 275 280 11,100 11,200 11,300 11,400 11,500 11,200 11,300 11,400 11,500 11,600 516 521 526 530 535 16,600 16,700 16,800 16,900 17,000 16,700 16,800 16,900 17,000 17,100 771 776 780 785 789 22,100 22,200 22,300 22,400 22,500 22,200 22,300 22,400 22,500 22,600 1,026 1,030 1,035 1,039 1,044 1,100 1,200 1,300 1,400 1,500 1,200 1,300 1,400 1,500 1,600 53 58 63 67 72 6,100 6,200 6,300 6,400 6,500 6,200 6,300 6,400 6,500 6,600 285 289 294 299 303 11,600 11,700 11,800 11,900 12,000 11,700 11,800 11,900 12,000 12,100 539 544 549 553 558 17,100 17,200 17,300 17,400 17,500 17,200 17,300 17,400 17,500 17,600 794 799 803 808 813 22,600 22,700 22,800 22,900 23,000 22,700 22,800 22,900 23,000 23,100 1,049 1,053 1,058 1,063 1,067 1,600 1,700 1,800 1,900 2,000 1,700 1,800 1,900 2,000 2,100 76 81 86 90 95 6,600 6,700 6,800 6,900 7,000 6,700 6,800 6,900 7,000 7,100 308 313 317 322 326 12,100 12,200 12,300 12,400 12,500 12,200 12,300 12,400 12,500 12,600 563 567 572 576 581 17,600 17,700 17,800 17,900 18,000 17,700 17,800 17,900 18,000 18,100 817 822 826 831 836 23,100 23,200 23,300 23,400 23,500 23,200 23,300 23,400 23,500 23,600 1,072 1,076 1,081 1,086 1,090 2,100 2,200 2,300 2,400 2,500 2,200 2,300 2,400 2,500 2,600 100 104 109 113 118 7,100 7,200 7,300 7,400 7,500 7,200 7,300 7,400 7,500 7,600 331 336 340 345 350 12,600 12,700 12,800 12,900 13,000 12,700 12,800 12,900 13,000 13,100 586 590 595 600 604 18,100 18,200 18,300 18,400 18,500 18,200 18,300 18,400 18,500 18,600 840 845 850 854 859 23,600 23,700 23,800 23,900 24,000 23,700 23,800 23,900 24,000 24,100 1,095 1,100 1,104 1,109 1,114 2,600 2,700 2,800 2,900 3,000 2,700 2,800 2,900 3,000 3,100 123 127 132 137 141 7,600 7,700 7,800 7,900 8,000 7,700 7,800 7,900 8,000 8,100 354 359 363 368 373 13,100 13,200 13,300 13,400 13,500 13,200 13,300 13,400 13,500 13,600 609 613 618 623 627 18,600 18,700 18,800 18,900 19,000 18,700 18,800 18,900 19,000 19,100 863 868 873 877 882 24,100 24,200 24,300 24,400 24,500 24,200 24,300 24,400 24,500 24,600 1,118 1,123 1,127 1,132 1,137 3,100 3,200 3,300 3,400 3,500 3,200 3,300 3,400 3,500 3,600 146 150 155 160 164 8,100 8,200 8,300 8,400 8,500 8,200 8,300 8,400 8,500 8,600 377 382 387 391 396 13,600 13,700 13,800 13,900 14,000 13,700 13,800 13,900 14,000 14,100 632 637 641 646 651 19,100 19,200 19,300 19,400 19,500 19,200 19,300 19,400 19,500 19,600 887 891 896 901 905 24,600 24,700 24,800 24,900 25,000 24,700 24,800 24,900 25,000 25,100 1,141 1,146 1,151 1,155 1,160 3,600 3,700 3,800 3,900 4,000 3,700 3,800 3,900 4,000 4,100 169 174 178 183 188 8,600 8,700 8,800 8,900 9,000 8,700 8,800 8,900 9,000 9,100 400 405 410 414 419 14,100 14,200 14,300 14,400 14,500 14,200 14,300 14,400 14,500 14,600 655 660 664 669 674 19,600 19,700 19,800 19,900 20,000 19,700 19,800 19,900 20,000 20,100 910 914 919 924 928 25,100 25,200 25,300 25,400 25,500 25,200 25,300 25,400 25,500 25,600 1,164 1,169 1,174 1,178 1,183 4,100 4,200 4,300 4,400 4,500 4,200 4,300 4,400 4,500 4,600 192 197 201 206 211 9,100 9,200 9,300 9,400 9,500 9,200 9,300 9,400 9,500 9,600 424 428 433 438 442 14,600 14,700 14,800 14,900 15,000 14,700 14,800 14,900 15,000 15,100 678 683 688 692 697 20,100 20,200 20,300 20,400 20,500 20,200 20,300 20,400 20,500 20,600 933 938 942 947 951 25,600 25,700 25,800 25,900 26,000 25,700 25,800 25,900 26,000 26,100 1,188 1,192 1,197 1,201 1,206 Page 16 Colorado Income Tax Table TAXABLE INCOME Over But not over TAX 26,100 26,200 26,300 26,400 26,500 26,200 26,
More about the Colorado Form 104 Individual Income Tax Tax Return TY 2019
Form 104 is the general, and simplest, income tax return for individual residents of Colorado. You may file by mail with paper forms or efile online.
We last updated the Colorado Income Tax Return in February 2020, so this is the latest version of Form 104, fully updated for tax year 2019. You can download or print current or past-year PDFs of Form 104 directly from TaxFormFinder. You can print other Colorado tax forms here.
Related Colorado Individual Income Tax Forms:
|Form Code||Form Name|
|Form 104PN||Part-Year/Nonresident Computation Form|
|Form 104CR||Tax Credits for Individuals|
|Form 104X||Amended Income Tax Return Form|
|Form 104EP||Estimated Tax - Individual Coupon|
|Form 104AMT||Alternative Minimum Tax Schedule|
Colorado usually releases forms for the current tax year between January and April. We last updated Colorado Form 104 from the Department of Revenue in February 2020.
Form 104 is a Colorado Individual Income Tax form. Like the Federal Form 1040, states each provide a core tax return form on which most high-level income and tax calculations are performed. While some taxpayers with simple returns can complete their entire tax return on this single form, in most cases various other additional schedules and forms must be completed, depending on the taxpayer's individual situation, to create a complete income tax return package.
About the Individual Income Tax
The IRS and most states collect a personal income tax, which is paid throughout the year via tax withholding or estimated income tax payments.
Most taxpayers are required to file a yearly income tax return in April to both the Internal Revenue Service and their state's revenue department, which will result in either a tax refund of excess withheld income or a tax payment if the withholding does not cover the taxpayer's entire liability. Every taxpayer's situation is different - please consult a CPA or licensed tax preparer to ensure that you are filing the correct tax forms!
Historical Past-Year Versions of Colorado Form 104
We have a total of eight past-year versions of Form 104 in the TaxFormFinder archives, including for the previous tax year. Download past year versions of this tax form as PDFs here:
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