Counties Tally Pre-Paid Property Taxes Ahead Of New Tax Law RulesSome people across Colorado lined up to pay their 2018 property taxes before New Year's Day, hoping to save money.
People Hope To Save Money By Paying 2018 Property Taxes NowSome people in Denver are lining up to pay their 2018 property taxes early, hoping to save money.
Tax Increase To Aid Firefighters In High Country Goes Before VotersThe idea of your house on fire and no one to come fight the flames is a scary one, but some worry that could be a reality in one pocket of rural Colorado.
Some Might Be Shocked When They See Their Property Taxes This YearThis year's property valuations are in the mail and will reflect the impact of higher prices brought on by high demand and a low supply of homes in the metro area.
Colorado Housing Market Has Effect On Property TaxesProperty values have jumped 29% in Denver, according to the city's department of finance.
Rebate For Heat, Rent, Property Taxes May Be Available For Some ColoradansDisabled individuals, low income seniors and their spouses who paid property taxes, rent or heating bills this year may be eligible for a rebate from the Colorado Department of Revenue.
Marijuana, Fires Dominate Final Legislative DayBanking for marijuana businesses and property tax forgiveness for disaster victims headlined the final day of the Colorado Legislature on Wednesday, though the last hours were lacking the drama of many past sessions.
Bill To Help Colorado Disaster Victims Gets Held UpHope is washing away for Colorado homeowners who lost homes to recent floods and wildfires.
Some Flood Victims Paying Taxes On Property That Doesn’t ExistHundreds of Coloradans lost their homes to floods or fires this past year but they're still paying property taxes on property that in some cases doesn't exist.
Will Flood Victims Pay Property Tax? Bill Says No In the coming weeks, state lawmakers will discuss legislation that aims to provide a measure of help for the longtime Lyons resident and hundreds of others in similar situations across northern Colorado.
Opinion: Mitt Romney's Tax ProblemMitt Romney is the person who needs to put up or shut up in his dispute with Harry Reid. There is no reason to believe a word he is saying about his taxes.
The Costs of Fires Are Going to Hit HomeWith record insurance and property tax revenue numbers making headlines, it's only a matter of time when all of us will begin paying our share of the damage from this year's wildfires.