Did You Receive a 1099-G for Unemployment Benefits You Did Not File For?
Taxpayers who receive an incorrect 1099-G form for unemployment benefits they did not receive should contact the Colorado Department of Labor & Employment (CDLE) to request a revised Form 1099-G showing they did not receive unemployment benefits. To report that you have received an incorrect/invalid 1099-G to CDLE, complete the Report Invalid 1099-G Form. For more information, visit the CDLE website. Taxpayers should still file an accurate tax return, reporting only the income they received.
Announcements & Updates
Selling ENDS into Colorado?
As of March 28, 2021, any person who sells in interstate commerce Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS) must submit PACT Act registration and submit monthly PACT Act reporting.
A temporary state sales tax deduction is now available for qualifying retailers primarily in the bar, restaurant, and the mobile food services industries. The deduction is allowed to be retained by the business to provide assistance from business disruptions due to COVID-19 pandemic. Visit the COVID-19 Sales Tax Relief web page for more information and filing instructions.
We are proud to serve the great people of Colorado as efficiently and safely as possible. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we adapt to keep you and our staff safe.
All of the Taxpayer Service Centers are now open by appointment only for in-person visits. For more information and to schedule an appointment, go to the Visit a Taxpayer Service Center web page.
Online Filing Tools