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TABOR Frequently Asked Questions


Property tax exemptions are administered by your local government. Contact your local County Assessor’s Office for more information about senior and disabled veteran property tax exemptions. The Colorado Department of Local Affairs maintains a list with contact information for each County Assessor's Office in Colorado.

A TABOR income tax rate reduction results in either a larger refund, if the taxpayer over-withheld, or a smaller bill, if the taxpayer did not withhold enough or make enough estimated tax payments that year. The refund amount is different for each taxpayer, based on their unique income tax situation.

Visit the TABOR Information for Local Governments web page for more information.

The Colorado Cash Back rebates are an early refund of the fiscal year 2021-22 TABOR surplus. On May 23, 2022, Gov. Jared Polis signed a new law (Senate Bill 22-233) to give Coloradans a tax rebate of $750 for individual filers and $1,500 for joint filers. Under this new law, the Department began sending refunds to Coloradans in August 2022 instead of the spring of 2023. For more information, visit the Colorado Cash Back web page