State stops mailing income tax forms

Posted 11/16/11

The Colorado Department of Revenue will discontinue mailing income tax booklets to taxpayers starting in 2012. In past years the department has …

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State stops mailing income tax forms

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The Colorado Department of Revenue will discontinue mailing income tax booklets to taxpayers starting in 2012. In past years the department has mailed booklets only to those taxpayers who have not made the switch to electronic filing.

What are my Filing Options?

  • NetFile: This Web-based, free service is easy to use and available through revenue online, www.colorado.gov/revenueonline. Click Individual, then File a Return.
  • Tax software program of your choice.
  • Tax professional.
  • Paper return (Note: Paper filing increases your chances of errors and processing delays.)

What is Revenue Online?

Revenue Online is an electronic service that provides taxpayers and tax professionals easy access to previously filed tax returns, payment history, refund status and other information through the department's online service. Offering these services online, in one place, will help taxpayers and tax professionals quickly and easily submit documents online and transact tax business with the department.

Sign up to access your tax account in the same way you can access your bank account online. Once you start using Revenue Online, you will be able to file, pay and manage your Colorado taxes.

I don't have a way to file online. Where can I get forms?

Printed income booklets will still be provided to participating libraries throughout the state. Contact your local libraries to see if they will make income tax booklets available this year. Forms will be available after January 1, 2012.

The Department of Revenue knows that not everyone has a participating library nearby. Copies of booklets will also be available at all state tax district offices as well as all Colorado driver's license offices.

Forms can also be downloaded from the Colorado Taxation Web site at www.TaxColorado.com under Tax Forms > Individual Income > Current Filing Year.

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