The Colorado Department of Revenue, which currently regulates the state's medical marijuana dispensaries, is tasked with writing regulations for marijuana retailers by July 2013, to begin processing license applications by October 2013 and to start issuing licenses by January 2014.
What does CDOR stand for?
CDOR stands for Colorado Department of Revenue
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First, such retailers must notify their Colorado customers that they do not collect Colorado sales tax and, as a result, the purchaser is obligated to self-report and pay use tax to the Colorado Department of Revenue (DOR).
Even a 1 percent error rate is pushing the tolerance of policy makers, as $27 million is equivalent to funding either the Colorado Department of Revenue or the Colorado Department of Health.
NELSON, CPA, is a revenue agent with the Colorado Department of Revenue in Fort Collins.
October 6, 2009 On October 6, 2009, Tax Executives Institute filed the following comments with the Colorado Department of Revenue relating to a proposed regulation that would impose the State's corporate income tax on out-of-state corporations with no physical presence in Colorado.