June 18, 2019

HB 14-1020: Clarifying Specifications Regarding County Assessors’ Reports

On January 8, 2014, Rep. Steve Lebsock and Sen. David Balmer introduced HB 14-1020 – Concerning the Consolidation of Two Reports on Taxable Property that County Assessors Submit to Their Boards of Equalization. This summary is published here courtesy of the Colorado Bar Association’s e-Legislative Report.

County assessors annually submit two separate reports (one regarding taxable real property and the other regarding taxable personal property), on different dates, to their county boards of equalization. The bill requires both reports to be submitted simultaneously and specifies that the submission must occur on or before each July 15 or, for counties that have elected to use an alternate protest and appeal procedure, on or before each Sept. 15. Assigned to the Finance Committee.

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