Companies in Jefferson County enjoy a pro-business tax climate that rewards investment and innovation. With very low tax at the state level, and a wide range for local tax structures, it’s no wonder that Colorado has one of the nation’s top economies.
|Jefferson County||24.709 mills|
|School District||45.941 mills|
|City/Special Districts||Varies by location|
State Income Tax
|Personal Income Tax||4.63%|
|Corporate Income Tax||4.63%|
Jefferson County does not charge an occupational head tax to employers and employees.
Mill rates (dollars of tax per $1,000 of assessed valuation) are determined by individual entities within Jefferson County. Real and business personal property are assessed at 29%.
Sales Tax Rates
|State %||City %||County %||RTD/CD %||Total %|
Single Factor Tax Apportionment
Colorado simplified its corporate income tax structure in 2008 to single factor apportionment, which assesses taxes on a company’s sales in Colorado only.
State Tax Incentives & Rebates
Colorado offers various targeted tax incentive programs to companies creating new jobs and investment in the state.
Local Property Tax Incentives
Local governments can provide property tax credits or incentives for qualifying businesses in its jurisdictions.