The Colorado Department of Revenue usually follows the IRS’ lead in determining income tax liability. If the IRS determines that you owe taxes, they often share this information with the Colorado Department of Revenue (CDOR), and the CDOR increases your state income tax liability based on the IRS’ increase to your federal taxes.
Therefore, the most common way to address a CDOR state income tax issue is to resolve any issues with the IRS, and then Colorado will adjust the tax liability in the same way the IRS does. However, there are some instances where the CDOR does not follow the IRS, and in those cases, we can represent you before the CDOR to advocate for a resolution of your issue.
Komor Tax Law, LLC is Here to Help
We understand how daunting it can be to face a revenue dispute on your own. Attorney Komor is an experienced and dedicated tax attorney who will advocate strongly on your behalf as she works to resolve your tax issue.
Contact Komor Tax Law, LLC for help in resolving your Colorado income tax issue.
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