TaxSlayer Guide For Colorado Tax Year 2021 Table Of Contents

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TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Tax Year 2021 Table of Contents Adding the Colorado return .2 Colorado resident main menu .3 Colorado part-year resident main menu .4 Colorado non-resident main menu .5 Income Subject to Tax .6 Additions to Income .7 Colorado Tax Forms .8 CO 104 .8 Taxpayer information .8 Taxable income .9 Payments – withholding & estimated. 11 Credits . 12 Refund . 13 Prepayments for next year and donations . 13 Tax due . 14 Third party designee . 15 DR 0104AD – Subtractions from Income . 16 State Income Tax Refund . 16 Government Interest . 17 Other subtractions . 18 Form 104CR – Credits. 19 Part I – Refundable Credits . 20 Part II – Taxes Paid to Another State . 21 Part III – Other Credits . 22 DR 0104US – Consumer Use Tax Reporting Schedule . 23 DR 0104PTC – Property Tax Credit. 24 Filing an extension . 25 Amended returns . 26 Selected Topics . 30 Railroad Retirement Board pensions . 30 CO withholding on 1099-DIV/OID/INT . 31 State sales tax deduction on Schedule A . 32 Part-year income, adjustments and credits . 33 Form 104PN . 34 Subtractions from income issue . 34 State income tax payments – current year . 36 State income tax payments – for next year . 37 Estimated payment vouchers . 38 State income tax refund. 39 Index . 40 1/11/2022 Page 1

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Adding the Colorado return After completing the Federal return, click on the “State Section” menu item and then “Add State Return”. Then, select Colorado from either the map or the text “drop down” selector box and CONTINUE Next, select the type of return to be created This will take you to the state main menu for the residency type (next 5 pages) 1/11/2022 Page 2

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Colorado resident main menu For many taxpayers, all necessary information is carried to the state form and all is needed is to click “Continue”. Additions to income, see page 7. Subtractions from income, see DR104AD on page 16 For Credits, see page 12 For Payments, see page 11 and 36 For Tax see page 23 For Misc Forms see page 15, 25 and 38 Answer the presented questions, which may differ depending on the return type. Supporting Documentation is “Mail With DR-1778” until document scanning is made available (this question may have been asked when you started the return). New in 2021, check Yes if the taxpayer is interested in health coverage through the marketplace. DR 0104EE will be created. 1/11/2022 Page 3

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Colorado part-year resident main menu TaxSlayer does not calculate any income figures for a part-year resident. You will need to use a worksheet to calculate each income entry as you enter it in the Federal return so that you can accurately fill out the state return. Determine the dates of residence in Colorado before you do the Federal return. TaxSlayer does not give access to the “Subtractions from Income” screen and simply defaults to 20K/24K. This is an issue if the total of those subtractions exceed that amount due to PERA, Railroad Retirement, or other subtractions. See the discussion on page 34. Also, if the other state(s) involved also have state income tax returns to be completed, they are out of scope for us. Do not add them in TaxSlayer because there are usually questions that must be answered before you can proceed. At the very least, you will need to fill in the “Basic Information”, - see page 34 and the “Income Subject to Tax” screen – see page 35. Other options are the same as for a resident. 1/11/2022 Page 4

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Colorado non-resident main menu If a person earns income in Colorado, they must pay Colorado tax on that income. This amount then is usually a tax credit on their home state’s tax return. Most of the forms that branch from the main menu are the same as the part-year resident forms. At the very least, you will need to fill in the “Basic Information” and the “Income Subject to Tax” screen – see page 6. Other options are the same as for a resident however many will not apply. Supporting Documentation is “Mail With DR-1778” until document scanning is made available. 1/11/2022 Page 5

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Income Subject to Tax For both part-year resident and nonresident, you will have to manually enter the proper amounts on this TaxSlayer page. Tip: Keep track of the Colorado portion as you enter the amounts in the Federal Section. Wages from W-2 show the amount earned in the state(s) when entered in the Federal Section. TaxSlayer uses that information to determine the state’s part year income amount. All other income, adjustments and credits must be manually determined and may not always be the percent of the year in the state. See the later discussion on this in the Special Topics part of this document on page 33. 1/11/2022 Page 6

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Additions to Income Additions to Income is rarely used. This carries to line 4 on CO Form 104 and TaxSlayer already inserts the more common entries on line 3 when entered in the Federal Section. (i.e., see page 9 regarding non-Colorado municipal bonds) 1/11/2022 Page 7

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Colorado Tax Forms CO 104 Taxpayer information Return type, names and address are populated by TaxSlayer. Driver license information is entered in the TaxSlayer e-file section tab area. Required only for PTC filing but may speed up regular tax return processing if there are issues. To generate the DR 0104EE, check the TaxSlayer state General Information option Box. See page 3. 1/11/2022 Page 8

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Taxable income Lines 1-5 are completed by TaxSlayer. Tax exempt interest and dividends carry to line 3 from the Federal forms if taxable in Colorado (e.g.: other state municipal bonds) Federal Section Income Interest and Dividends Tax Exempt There is a similar box on the Dividend Income form. Line 6 is completed by using the CO DR 0104AD form. See page 16. 1/11/2022 Page 9

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 OOS OOS Line 8 is filled by TaxSlayer. Lines 9 and 10 are Out of Scope although supported by TaxSlayer. For line 12, see Form 104CR on page 22. For line 16, see Use Tax (unpaid sales tax) on page 23. For Enterprise Zone Credit, select from the Credits menu. All except the “Contribution to Enterprise Zone Administrator Credit” are OUT OF SCOPE. Contribution Carry-over is OUT OF SCOPE. Only enter the amount that was contributed this tax year. Attach certificate showing contributions 1/11/2022 Page 10

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Payments – withholding & estimated Lines 18-20 are completed by TaxSlayer. See page 36 for more information. Line 21 is entered on the TaxSlayer state “Payments” page. See also, page 25 for filing an extension. Line 22 is entered on the TaxSlayer Payments Prepayments page (not shown). These prepayments are made on behalf of the taxpayer and rarely seen in Tax-Aide: 104BEP – Colorado nonresident Beneficiary Estimated Income Tax Payment DR 0108 – Nonresident Partner/Shareholder Agreement DR 1079 – Payment of Withholding Tax on Certain Colorado Real Property Interest Transfers We do not figure interest and penalties. If more than 1,000 is owed, notify the taxpayer that Colorado may send a bill for this. 1/11/2022 Page 11

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Credits OOS OOS Lines 23 and 24 are Out of Scope. TaxSlayer does not support forms DR 1305G or DR 0617. Line 25 – completed by TaxSlayer. See page 20 on credits. TaxSlayer will complete lines 27 through 33 to determine the TABOR credit (this will not be taxable next year). 1/11/2022 Page 12

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Refund TaxSlayer completes most lines. Line 35 – designate part of the refund to the next tax year. Prepayments for next year and donations Designate voluntary contributions from your refund only (new in 2019). This creates the CO DR 0104CH form. (This counts as a charitable deduction on next year’s tax return.) TIP: Check last year’s Colorado state tax return to see if such contributions were made and include them in this year’s Federal Schedule A charitable contributions. Click to bring up the voluntary contributions list (not shown) 1/11/2022 Page 13

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Tax due Tax-Aide does not enter tax interest penalties and. TaxSlayer should not create entries for them. Inform the taxpayer that the CO Dept of Revenue may assess the penalty if they owe more than 1,000. Note: If a check is sent in, the state may convert the check to a onetime electronic banking transaction and the check will not be returned. 1/11/2022 Page 14

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Third party designee DO NOT enter any Tax-Aide person as a third party designee (unless it’s your friend/relative for whom you are preparing taxes and wish to be so designated.) From the Colorado main menu, select Miscellaneous Forms Third party Designee. 1/11/2022 Page 15

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 DR 0104AD – Subtractions from Income State Income Tax Refund Federal Section Income State and Local Refunds TaxSlayer automatically completes the state refund amount claimed as taxable on Form 1040. Use the Bypass State Refund Worksheet if you don’t have last year’s return available or if you are using the Refund Calculator. Or use the TaxSlayer calculator if you do have last year’s return. (It may not give the best result if the Federal taxable income was 0 or if the taxpayer made estimated state tax payments. See the discussion later on state refunds, page 39.) 1/11/2022 Page 16

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Government Interest Federal Section Income Interest and Dividends TaxSlayer completes line 2 from entries in the Federal Interest income page. There’s also a similar box on the Dividend income page (not shown) 1/11/2022 Page 17

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Other subtractions TaxSlayer completes lines 3 and 4 from 1099-Rs and 1099-SSAs that have been entered. But see page Error! Bookmark not defined. on early distributions. New in 2019, Military pensions under age 55. If a taxpayer has sold a federal taxable asset that was acquired on or after 5/9/1994 and held for at least 5 years, consider this credit. It includes stock in a Colorado company, and home or land sales (which may be within or outside Colorado if taxed by Colorado). TaxSlayer completes line 9 from the Federal Schedule A contributions entry if Schedule A is not used. If there are Railroad Retirement benefits, see page 30 about adjustments that may be required. TaxSlayer incorrectly includes the Tier I benefit in the Pension / Annuity line. Line 12, Marijuana Business Deduction is out of scope due to complex interactions with the Federal return. Entries require direct input in the Colorado “Subtractions from Income” TaxSlayer screen from the main menu. Click on BEGIN to bring up the entry box for that item (for some entries below those shown). Most have an FYI document on the CO Department of Revenue web site that explains the item. 1/11/2022 Page 18

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Form 104CR – Credits The Colorado credits menu is reached by clicking the “Credits” entry on the state’s main menu. (Not all text and entries are shown here.) The TaxSlayer Credits menu parallels the Colorado Form 104CR which is not shown here. Refundable credits, see next page Non-refundable credits will be discussed on page 22. Most credit options only require entry of the credit amount. If a “BEGIN” button, additional information is needed. Do not enter credits if they cannot carry across to the CO104 to reduce the state income tax. Carry-forward of credits is out of scope. Most credits require submission of documentation to substantiate the credit. Attach after entering the amount TaxSlayer does not support scanned attachments submitted with the return prior to 2020. Print a DR 1778 for the taxpayer to mail in with the required documentation. Enterprise Zone Credits on this screen are posted on the CO104. See page 10 for more details. Property Tax/Rent/Heat Credit is now accessible from the Colorado Miscellaneous Forms menu. See DR 0104PTC, page 24. 1/11/2022 Page 19

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Part I – Refundable Credits TaxSlayer completes the Child Care Expenses Credit and COEITC based upon the Federal credits for those items. Colorado child care credit does not apply to disabled persons over age 12. Lines 2 – 4, new in 2020 is a refundable credit based on Federal EITC. TaxSlayer will calculate this. Line 6 - Business Personal Property Credit is new for 2019 but is out of scope. Colorado Credits Line 7 - Refundable Renewable Energy Tax Credit is out of scope – Form DR 1366 is not supported by TaxSlayer. Child Care Expenses Credit, entry is used if an adjustment is needed to that calculated on the Federal return and used in Form DR 0347. Add any additional earned income as an increment (not a new total). This is rarely, if ever, used. 1/11/2022 Page 20

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Part II – Taxes Paid to Another State Since the credit requires completion of the other state’s tax return, this will be an uncommon credit for the Tax-Aide program because we cannot prepare that state’s return. That state’s tax return or an S corporation passthrough document must be submitted to substantiate the claim. Colorado Credits From the “Credits” menu This credit is not available to nonresident taxpayers (their home state will likely have a similar credit for income tax paid to Colorado). 1/11/2022 Page 21

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Part III – Other Credits Many Colorado tax credits are for business owners. Only the more common individual credits are listed here. Each has an “FYI Income” document on the Colorado Department of Revenue website that explains the qualifications and limitations. NOTE: Although not shown here, the Part III – Other Credits form of the DR0104CR has 2 columns. They are not for TP and SP. The 1st column is the total amount available and the 2nd column is the amount used this tax year. Any carryover is OUT OF SCOPE next year. If the TP wants to use it they will have to go to a paid preparer. Do not use the LTC credit if Federal taxable income is 50K ( 100K if 2 policies) or more. For 2020 and later, if the TP has certificates or LTC statements, they can be attached but cannot be entered via a thumb drive. They have to be scanned and passed to the preparer via a shared Google Drive folder or sent in by the TP. 1/11/2022 Page 22

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 DR 0104US – Consumer Use Tax Reporting Schedule Consumer Use Tax is the state’s way of collecting sales tax on items purchased from other than a local retailer (e.g.: on-line). It is up to the taxpayer to determine if such purchases were made. Select the “Tax” option from the main menu then “Use Tax”. Recapture of prior year credits is out of scope. Enter the sales amount but, if you are in a special district, select your district and enter the amount below instead. 1/11/2022 Page 23

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 DR 0104PTC – Property Tax Credit The Colorado PTC cannot be e-filed and is only available for the current and one previous tax year. Requirements are: 1. Either taxpayer is 65 or older (at year end), or a surviving spouse at least 58, or disabled with benefits for the entire year. 2. Resided in Colorado for the entire year (both if married). 3. Lawfully present in the United States. 4. Must have a Colorado driver’s license or ID card. 5. Not claimed as a dependent on any other person’s tax return. 6. Total income for all sources less than: 2020 2021 Single: 15,591 15,831 Married: 21,057 21,381 If the taxpayer qualifies Find this form from the Colorado Miscellaneous Forms menu. If there are any Medicare D payments, remove them from the Social Security input page and add them to the Schedule A medical deductions. After completing and printing the return, separate the 104PTC form from the return and mail it to the CO Department of Revenue. The 104PTC cannot be e-filed. Driver license or state ID information is required. The rest of the return can be electronically filed as usual. 1/11/2022 Page 24

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Filing an extension From the state main menu, select “Miscellaneous Forms” NOTE: Colorado allows for an automatic extension until October 15th. Submit this form only if the TP wants to send in an estimated tax payment to cover expected amount owed. Select “Yes” Enter the amount to be paid with the extension Then, print the Form 158-I extension and have the taxpayer mail it in with a check attached. 1/11/2022 Page 25

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Amended returns After making Federal return changes (if any), work through the progression of menus After completing changes, return to the Amended Tax Return menu to explain changes and print the amended return(s). Make changes to the original return as needed. Select “Amended Return” (continue on next page) 1/11/2022 Page 26

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Select “Yes”, then “Begin” (continued on next page) 1/11/2022 Page 27

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 (See next page) Amendments prior to 2020 cannot be e-filed. Have taxpayer mail the amended return to the Colorado Department of Revenue. Our typical answer will be “Other”. Explanation of Changes uses the same information as the federal amendment – nothing new to enter here unless the federal return is not being amended. 1/11/2022 Page 28

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 After entering data from the original tax return, return to the Amended Tax Return menu (top of page 24) to enter explanation of changes and print the amended return. 1/11/2022 Page 29

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Selected Topics Railroad Retirement Board pensions Tier I payment (RRB 1099) is equivalent to Social Security Tier II payment (RRB-1099-R) is the pension TaxSlayer incorrectly merges the Tier I Railroad Retirement payments. Because Colorado limits the annuity/pension, including taxable Social Security, to 24K ( 20K if under 65), the taxpayer may be unfairly limited because the RRB benefits has its own Subtraction From Income line. Colorado DR 0104AD: Federal 1040: To correct this: 1. Determine if the annuities/ pensions have been limited. If not, no further action is needed. (If totals are 20K or 24K, probably so.) 2. Determine how much of the Tier I benefits are federally taxable. 3. Add the Tier 1 taxed benefits portion to the Tier II benefits to determine what the new Railroad Benefits should be. 4. Subtract the Tier I taxed benefits portion from the annuity/pension line to determine what the new exclusion should be. TIP: Use the RRB Worksheet to do the calculations. 1/11/2022 Page 30

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 CO withholding on 1099-DIV/OID/INT Federal Section Payments & Estimates Other State Withholdings In the rare case where state withholding appears on a 1099DIV, 1099-OID or 1099-INT, enter the amount in this form. Since this does not create the documentation that Colorado requires, you must file Colorado on paper and attach all forms with withholding shown. 1/11/2022 Page 31

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 State sales tax deduction on Schedule A The sales tax deduction consists of two parts: 1. A state sales tax table indexed by income and exemptions 2. A series of local tables, “A”, “B”, or “C” also indexed by income and exemptions The A, B or C table to use is based on the taxpayer’s city and/or county and the result of that chosen table is multiplied by the local tax rate and added to the state result. TaxSlayer uses the taxpayer’s zip code to determine the local tax rate to use for the sales tax deduction. This may result in an incorrect deduction because zip code boundaries do not always fall along municipal boundaries (the IRS sales tax calculator does ask additional questions to make the correct distinction). TaxSlayer provides a way to enter the local tax rate to override the rate derived from the zip code, but that does not always produce the correct result. To correct this when the taxpayer zip code is outside the municipal boundary: 1. Go to the local sales tax table and determine the A, B, or C code for the city with the taxpayer’s zip code 2. Determine what code should be used for that taxpayer (the county code in most cases) a. If the letter code is the same, enter the local tax rate in TaxSlayer. b. If the letter code is not the same, use the zip code for any other city that will provide the correct A, B or C code. For the county code, it will be any city in the county that’s not listed. Or, use the IRS calculator and enter the result directly in the Sales Taxes Deduction Override page. TaxSlayer also does not provide a way to include other non-taxable income when calculating the sales tax credit. Use the Sales Tax Worksheet to assist in adding this additional income. 1/11/2022 Page 32

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Part-year income, adjustments and credits The first step is to determine if the taxpayer has a resource that allows filing of the other state’s tax return. If not, the taxpayer will have to go to a paid preparer and they will have to repeat much of the work that we would do to complete the Federal and Colorado returns; we would be saving the taxpayer little, if anything! Determination of amounts to enter in part-year resident returns depends on: The amount of time the taxpayer lives/lived in Colorado The amount of time the taxpayer’s spouse lives/lived in Colorado (which may be different) When income was received and by whom The percentage of gross income received in Colorado (to figure some adjustments to income) The percentage of earned income received in Colorado (to figure other adjustments to income) For example, if a taxpayer moves to Colorado in July and had a savings account in the other state that finally closed in September, only 3 months of the income from that account would apply to Colorado (33.3%, not the 50% of the year that the taxpayer lived in Colorado). It may even be less if the actual interest earned between July and September is used – perhaps they used much of the savings to prepare for the move. If the account is in the spouse’s name and the spouse did not come to Colorado until September, then none of the interest is Colorado income. If a joint account, half is assigned to each of the taxpayer and spouse, resulting in 16.7% taxable to Colorado. Adjustments to income are distributed based on the percentage of Colorado gross or earned income: Educator expenses – % EARNED IN CO Certain business expenses of reservists, etc – % EARNED (OUT OF SCOPE) HSA deduction – % EARNED IN CO Moving expenses to Colorado – ACTUAL TOTAL AMOUNT (OUT OF SCOPE unless certified for Military and taxpayer is active military.) Deductible part of self-employment tax – % EARNED IN CO Self-employed SEP, SIMPLE – % EARNED IN CO (OUT OF SCOPE) Self-employed health insurance deduction – % EARNED IN CO (OUT OF SCOPE) Penalty on early withdrawal of savings – % ACTUAL CO AMOUNT Alimony paid – % EARNED IN CO IRA deduction – % EARNED IN CO Student loan interest deduction – % GROSS IN CO Tuition and Fees deduction – % GROSS IN CO Domestic production activities – % ACTUAL CO AMOUNT (OUT OF SCOPE) Jury duty pay given to employer – % ACTUAL CO AMOUNT Credits are all based on actual Colorado credit amounts. The Colorado Part Year Worksheet can do these calculations for you and give the amounts needed for entry into TaxSlayer 1/11/2022 Page 33

TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 Form 104PN This form records the amount of income, adjustments and credits from the federal tax form that applies to Colorado. TaxSlayer completes this form based on information from the federal return (W-2 and 1099-R state income amount entries) and the screens described below: From the Part Year Resident main form, select Basic Information Enter dates of Colorado residency Supporting Documentation is “Mail With DR-1778” until document scanning is made available. Subtractions from income issue In 2017, TaxSlayer removed the Subtractions From Income screen for part-year residents and thus cannot produce the CO 104AD which may be required for an accurate return. For many taxpayers, this is not a problem but if the taxpayer has subtractions or requires adjustment to the TaxSlayer-computed adjustments, the return may need to be hand-modified and mailed. The Colorado Part Year Worksheet will determine this and provides more guidance if this is required. 1/11/2022 Page 34

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TaxSlayer Guide for Colorado Revised 1/11/2022 1/11/2022 Page 10 Line 8 is filled by TaxSlayer. Lines 9 and 10 are Out of Scope although supported by TaxSlayer. For line 12, see Form 104CR on page 22. For line 16, see Use Tax (unpaid sales tax) on page 23. For Enterprise Zone Credit, select from the Credits menu. All except the " ontribution to

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