On June 27, Judy Vorndran, lead state and local tax partner at TaxOps, was named to the Sales and Use Tax task force on Tuesday, June 27,
for a three year term. The task force, authorized in HB17-1216 during
the 2017 legislative session, establishes a task force to study best ways to make sense of the state's mystifying and complex web of sales taxes. The
law received overwhelming bipartisan support on its way to being signed by Governor John Hickenlooper.
The fifteen-member task force represents a cross-section of private and public constituents that include legislators, public officials, service providers, and businesses. Judy will serve in the capacity of an "individual with state and local sales and use tax accounting experience."
The task force’s first duty is to study the challenges in sales tax reform and make its initial report to the legislature by November 1. You can follow the progress of the task force at Tax News.
Join Judy - get involved!
Complex, ambiguous, and confusing, key lawmakers in Colorado think the state's decentralized sales tax system is due for an overhaul. Join me in the Simplify Colorado Sales Tax coalition, which is helping to make sales tax reform happen for the benefit of all Colorado businesses and consumers.
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Judith B. Vorndran, Esq., CPA, can be reached at 720.227.0093 or email@example.com.