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Stakeholder Workgroup Meeting – Retail Delivery Fees - Shared screen with speaker view
Janet Brauer
22:32
cannot hear
Janet Brauer
22:49
nevermind
mary anne parsons
25:41
Why was this not on local news stations? Why was this not "openly" discussed with business owners? There are MANY businesses that are now aware of this new "fee" that starts next Friday
Anthony Fiedler - DOR
26:00
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Anthony Fiedler - DOR
26:08
dor_taxrules@state.co.us
Anna Tauzin
26:18
Good morning! Anna Tauzin from ChowNow here. Thank you for holding this meeting.
sherrie
26:35
: If you are a service company providing labor and taxable materials to a job site and you have several trips for the same job do you have to pay for each trip? If there is taxable material and/or when you combine the multiple trips onto one invoice to send out to customers, do you only charge a one time fee of $0.27 or do you have to charge .27 per trip?
curtis.tam
26:45
Can we not charge our customers the Colorado retail fee and instead pay it directly? We have approximately 50 or fewer taxable deliveries each month. The cost to program our systems to collect this fee will be expensive and will be much more cost effective for us to just pay the fee.
Laura.Robichaud
26:49
can the background noise be limited?
rerickson
26:51
This is breaking out horribly. Will we be able to review the recording?
Michael Diaz-Rivera
27:16
To clarify there's no way of stopping these fees, we are merely discussing how it will be implemented?
Erika Hoxeng
28:01
That is correct. The Department does not have the authority to stop or delay the fees.
mary anne parsons
28:05
The web site states it starts next Friday! Companies are not aware of this! I spoke to many companies that are completely unaware of this new "so called" fee
kmorales
29:07
I have a concern about e-commerce sellers who's sales tax system is not supporting this? Collecting this fee is a huge burden.
mary anne parsons
29:31
You have many vendors that have accounting offices outside of Colorado but branches here that deliver materials - these companies are now aware!
Greg Hartl
29:36
How does the retail delivery fee apply to a material supplier in the construction industry? Specifically, how does the fee work on a lump sum contractual arrangement versus time and material billing?
Anthony Fiedler - DOR
30:44
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Anthony Fiedler - DOR
30:57
dor_taxrules@state.co.us
LindaHeinemann
31:01
can this be added to sales tax returns? I only have one taxable sale this month. So this means I have to issue a check for $0.27?
mary anne parsons
31:26
Please repeat that web address
Martha Whitman
32:46
For leasing companies. When a lessee buys the equipment at end of term - is this subject to the $0.27 even though we are not considered a retail company?
ZacharyRay
33:23
Does this apply to selling products online?
Rod Ermel Associates
39:14
If the company uses grubhub or doordash who picks up the RDF? Would it be the company or the deliver?
Sarah Work
39:36
My understanding it would be whomever remits the sales taxes to begin with
Therese & Monty
39:51
Agree with Mary Anne's perception. When we first learned of this new tax and asked our corporate office, they knew nothing. State did a TERRIBLE job of sharing this info.
Sarah Work
40:57
Can we please get on with going over the nuances of the law?
ymiller
41:13
Does this fee apply to taxable rentals?
Cassie Van Pay
41:40
Let's use this time to understand how to implement and understand how the rule applies to different types of business activity
mary anne parsons
41:52
Elections are coming - we need to get the word out on this. This is extremely underhanded - and it starts next Friday. And the discretion is concerning - who gets the benefit of that discretion?
ymiller
41:55
Are there any penalties on not showing the fee on invoices but we pay the fees to the state?
Dana C
42:04
Will you explain how to register for a retail delivery fee account?
Sarah Work
42:37
@dana it's part of sales tax reporting
Cassie Van Pay
42:51
Contact your elected officials
mary anne parsons
43:07
Contact your State Officials after this meeting! Send out multiple letters/emails and phone calls. This is ridiculous!
Brooke Stegeman
43:36
Can you please reiterate the purpose of this fee again?
Erika Hoxeng
44:30
The Department is auto-registering all sales tax businesses.
Sarah Work
44:43
@brooke my understanding is that it is supposed to help pay for electric vehicle charging stations
hange
45:25
The legislature created this nightmare, not DOR, as a former tax auditor (not CO) clearly the legislature did not hold stakeholder meetings or perform adequate impact studies
Laura.Robichaud
45:37
good question
mary anne parsons
45:49
They say it is not a "rax" - it is a "fee"
ZacharyRay
46:07
Where can we get the Packet he's referring to?
terri.tyree
46:26
Link to guidelines is appreciated.
Sarah Work
46:32
I think it is a fee because it is a flat fee per delivery, not based on the sale value
Leslie Skorick
46:39
Vertex is
Erika Hoxeng
46:42
https://tax.colorado.gov/sites/tax/files/documents/Rule%2043-4-218%20-%20DRAFT.doc
Laura.Robichaud
46:44
Vertex has it
ssmith
46:58
Yes, Vertex has it
kmorales
47:09
I received an email from Avalara with the tax code for the fee.
Rod Ermel Associates
47:19
@Erika Hoxeng - to our understanding we need to file zeros for everyone who does not have to collect RDF but was enrolled into it. Will they automatically close their accounts after 6 months or do we have to close them?
Brooke Stegeman
47:22
Looks like this fee only applies to deliveries by motor vehicle. Make your deliveries by drone/passenger pigeon, etc. Problem solved
hange
47:41
Generally speaking, fees can be passed through the legislature and not require a public vote, tax may require a public vote, this changes based on state though
mary anne parsons
48:07
What are these fee going to be used for?
terri.tyree
48:09
Even doing this Quarterly would be great.
Sarah Work
48:38
@mary anne my understanding is that it is supposed to help pay for electric vehicle charging stations
hange
48:52
usually the bill or if the budget office did a review, they outline the anticipated revenue and the intended purpose
Charles Sulak
49:08
It's also used for roads. It's in the statute.
Therese & Monty
49:55
I see we have someone from Avalara (Scott Peterson). We also use that service. It would be helpful to know if Avalara is able to help with this.
dmatheny
50:05
This tax is only for retail deliveries, not for wholesale deliveries, correct
Sarah Work
50:26
@dmatheny that is our understanding
rerickson
50:27
Our taxing system does not allow us to charge individual orders. Every invoice will have this "fee" regardless if the order was placed together. How are we expected to collect this correctly?
Leslie Skorick
50:36
If the delivery contains no taxable items it doesn't apply. If a mixed delivery it does apply. That is our read.
kmorales
50:59
Avalara instructions say need to add a $0 line item to their orders with the OF400000 tax code
Diana Sorensen
51:42
if this is a fee and needs to be separately stated on the invoice, it will be hard for any tax engine to implement this
Erika Hoxeng
51:50
If you are not obligated to collect the fee, you will not need to file zero returns. The Department will automatically close the account for retailers that do not file returns by early 2023.
mary anne parsons
52:12
Here is the web site for Colorado: https://tax.colorado.gov/retail-delivery-fee
Sarah Work
52:13
I think for invoice systems the best thing to do is add the fee as a product
Tristina @ Mawson Lumber
53:28
Where do you find this "rule" booklet. not finding online nor received anything? Would like to read along.
mary anne parsons
53:59
https://tax.colorado.gov/retail-delivery-fee - Go to that web site - that is where we found it and it gives you the forms
Allison
54:07
TO SARAH WORK: If you add it as a product then if you deliver to Gov/Sch/Char, your salespersons will have to know which of your customers fall under one of those catagories and remove the RDF
Sophia Hassman
54:26
Is the fee subject to sales tax or specifically exempt from additional tax? It may also be hard for small business POS systems to charge tax on multiple items and not charge tax on the fee if it is exempt. Many small businesses want to have noted in the rules or guidance whether the fee is subject to sales tax or not.
Allison
54:53
As this fee states it will be treated like a tax when it comes to non-taxable customers.
Joe Frank
55:42
How is a marketplace facilitator defined?
E Brown
55:48
Do we need to refund the shipping fee for returns due to damaged items, do we need to charge the shipping fee again for the exchange of these items?
R S Tracy
55:56
the table of tax rates has several different tax rates, with .27 cents at the bottom, is everyone charging the .27 cents?
Sarah Work
55:59
@allison I would hope your sales people know when to charge sales taxes and when not to. In most systems you can set up products as taxable or not taxable
mary anne parsons
58:02
If we buy material and get charged the $0.27 on the invoice we receive from the supplier, and we bill out the material on our invoice to our customer, do we have to charge another $0.27 fee to that customer?
Allison
58:12
@LOL, We have thousands of customers and NO our counter personnel never had to know as the customer is set up as non-taxable but since our software company didn't have enough time to custom code this, the counterpersons will have to guess.
June Eveland
01:01:20
@Allison - if they are picking up at the counter the fee doesn't apply.
Erin Nantais
01:02:17
What about tangible personal property that is not delivered by motor vehicle? Like Software that is delivered online?
Sarah Work
01:02:55
@erin - I think that is an exempt transaction for RDF
Sarah Work
01:03:13
No motor vehicle involved
mary anne parsons
01:03:17
What is the State going to use this fee for?
curtis.tam
01:03:27
did they say refunded items will not have the retail fee refunded?
Kendrik Gibson Young Living
01:03:31
@erin it is exempt due to no motor vehicle being used.
Rebecca Corbin
01:03:36
I think that would apply to your lease question from earlier then.
Taylor Pulford
01:03:42
Community Access Retail Delivery Fee $ 0.0690Clean Fleet Retail Delivery Fee $ 0.0530Clean Transit Retail Delivery Fee $ 0.0300General Retail Delivery Fee $ 0.0840Bridge and Tunnel Retail Delivery Fee $ 0.0270Air Pollution Mitigation Retail Delivery Fee $ 0.0070Total Retail Delivery Fee $ 0.27
Kari Mulroney, Sales & Use Tax Manager, Buckle
01:03:43
Are locals (home-rule specifically) allowed to impose sales tax on this charge as a gross receipt, while the state does not impose sales tax on it?
LindaHeinemann
01:04:05
please clarify - If the customer is sales tax exempt, then is it also exempt from RDF?
Taylor Pulford
01:04:44
If every item in a retail sale is exempt from sales tax, the delivery is also exempt from the retail delivery fee. However, if one or more items in the transaction are subject to sales tax, the retail delivery fee is due. Each sale for delivery is considered a single “retail delivery” regardless of how many shipments are needed to deliver the items purchased.
ymiller
01:05:02
Are there any penalties on not showing the fee on invoices but we pay the fees to the state?
Erika Hoxeng
01:06:23
The fee is not subject to sales tax.
mary anne parsons
01:06:24
If this starts next Friday, there seems to be an awful lot of unknowns
Donna Stanley
01:06:55
If we are using revenue on line, will the RDF be added to our revenue on line page? Or will we need to somehow add this account to it ourselves? Thank you
JanetMorrell
01:07:33
We have customers that prefer to have a separate invoice for each item ordered but we would deliver several invoices at the same time so it is only 1 delivery so they should not be charged for several fees when it is really only 1 order.
Therese & Monty
01:08:12
We have a UPS Store. We don't "sell" the items that customers are shipping. Customers bring their items to us and we ship them via UPS or USPS. Are we subject to RDF?
Amanda Freedman
01:08:29
@Kari, we have that same exact question. We are under the assumption the state does not consider the RDF as part of the tax base after speaking with them. However, we have been contacting every home rule city, some say it will be part of their tax base, some say no, some said ask the state, and some didn't even know about it.
mary anne parsons
01:09:14
The State web site calls it a "fee" not a tax - who knows what the other home rule cities are going to do - rules are made up later
mary anne parsons
01:10:19
Why have the news stations not had programs on this? This is important to every Colorado business!
Rebecca Corbin
01:10:28
Why didn't they just raise the sales tax .1%
June Eveland
01:10:38
@Therese & Monty - the fee is collected by the retailer charging/collecting the sales tax so UPS would not be subject to RDF.
Mike Florkowski
01:11:30
This feedback needs to be given to your elected representatives
mary anne parsons
01:11:53
Exactly Mike! Phone calls, emails, letters need to be sent to all.
Dana C
01:11:58
Direction for existing account to add the RFD account on Revenue Online under Additional Actions - when will the option be there to "add retail delivery fee account"?
Kristina Machgan
01:12:21
did I just hear correctly that the RDF will not apply to shipments made via USPS.
Sarah Work
01:12:37
@kristina - they are considering it?
mary anne parsons
01:12:45
Will DOR send anything out in writing to companies that are filing taxes each month?
fokane
01:12:52
Did I hear that correctly? There will be no fee when the delivery when made by USPS?
Sarah Work
01:13:20
@fokane - it sounded like they are considering it
Andrew Rubin (Greenberg Traurig)
01:13:36
what if the delivery service isn't determined at time of sale and is later selected between USPS and Fedex?
Dana C
01:13:49
Will UPS be responsible for charging their customers (the retailers) this fee too?
JBRI
01:14:00
Why would deliveries by USPS be exempt. Seems totally random.
Sarah Work
01:14:10
@jbri totally agree
mary anne parsons
01:14:30
@Jbri - we agree as well - this was not well thought out by any of those involved
JBRI
01:14:48
Also would make it even harder to implement, having to exempt orders based on delivery method.
Sarah Work
01:15:04
Harder to audit too
Kari Mulroney, Sales & Use Tax Manager, Buckle
01:15:38
agree, JBRI
JBRI
01:15:39
I'm just wondering what the possible logic would be for exempting USPS deliveries specifically.
ulla merz
01:15:47
Can we pay one s year or quarterly based on the dollar amount collect similar to excise tax on alcohol
Anna Tauzin
01:15:49
Great point, Mollie!
mary anne parsons
01:15:54
on someone's "whim"
beth.hancock
01:16:09
I emailed the USPS question last week and was told that USPS deliveries are subject to the fee
Therese & Monty
01:16:35
As a UPS Store, we ship hundreds of packages daily. Is this fee applied to every package shipped? In what amount? $.27 per package shipped? Sounds like it DOESN'T apply to pre-paid shipments - I don't know how it could since we don't collect any fee for those. We're just a drop-off location for pre-paid packages.
Sarah Work
01:17:46
@therese & monty - he said that whomever is responsible for collecting the sales tax they should also collect and remit the RDF, if they use UPS to ship
Anna Tauzin
01:17:50
Restaurants are not going to be able to keep up with that on every individual food delivery order.
mary anne parsons
01:18:40
This will kill small businesses - shame on everyone involved in this
ZacharyRay
01:19:12
Agreed. This will kill the small business. Plus the implementation of Destination Sourcing will be even worse
mary anne parsons
01:19:59
Again, contact the government officials. This is totally unacceptable - another reason why companies are leaving Colorado
mary anne parsons
01:21:18
Here is the web site for Governor's Office:
mary anne parsons
01:21:23
https://www.colorado.gov/governor/
Betty Gunnoe
01:21:25
This is just creating more government jobs to oversee this, totally ridiculous.
Jeff McGhehey
01:21:45
Interesting. That contradicts what I was told by the City of Denver
JBRI
01:21:47
Can someone please post a link to the taxability matrix.
mary anne parsons
01:22:33
Contact Governor PolisState Capitol Bldg - 200 E. Colfax Ave., Rm. 136, Denver, CO 80203Constituent Services Help Line: (303) 866-2885Governor's Office, Front Desk: (303) 866-2471
Tyler Rudd
01:23:18
Wow. A tax on a fee. Incomprehensible. Surely someone will file an injunction lawsuit over this.
Travis Sorenson
01:23:28
https://tax.colorado.gov/sites/tax/files/documents/DR1786_06-2022.pdf
Judy Vorndran
01:23:32
the fee is not subject to Colorado sales tax - but it cb subject to home rule city sales taxes as a mandatory charge like shipping and handling
Kari Mulroney, Sales & Use Tax Manager, Buckle
01:23:45
@Tyler Rudd - but not 100% surprising. They allow sales tax to be imposed on PIF fees in CO,
JBRI
01:23:51
Tax on tax is actually rather common.
mary anne parsons
01:24:11
But in most cases, the hide those as "fees" - not taxes
Judy Vorndran
01:24:26
there is a lawsuit already filed - but it can take years for a lawsuit to work through the administrative process - as many as 3 years
Katie Mahlberg
01:24:32
Does anyone know if Onesource is ready to support this 7/1?
Judy Vorndran
01:25:20
Hawaii taxes itself bc their sales tax is an excise tax - so yes, there are taxes on taxes - but this is not technically considered a "tax" it is a fee
mary anne parsons
01:25:24
Tight now - two payments, two separate forms
Laura.Robichaud
01:25:24
good question
Therese & Monty
01:25:30
And yet this RDF is ONLY for shipments delivered within the State of Colorado??
Sarah Work
01:25:54
@therese & monty - yes
dave.sjerven
01:26:06
I am getting ready to reach out to our elected officials. Does anyone know why these fee is being implemented? What is the additional revenue to be used for? How was the $.27 per delivery calculated? I'd like to bring up those points in my communication.
JBRI
01:26:08
It's actually more likely that a tax would apply to a fee or surcharge than another tax.
Therese & Monty
01:26:12
That should be interesting to figure out...
mary anne parsons
01:26:27
There are so many "uncertainties" in this whole thing - why did they start it now?
Michael Diaz-Rivera
01:27:04
I'd like to go in depth specifically in the area of cannabis.
Kathy
01:27:08
Where is the full rules and regs found? my email only has 3 pages and I have heard refer to page5?
ZacharyRay
01:27:12
Where do we send comments?
Irene L
01:27:37
Hi, can someone please provide the link to the matrix that the home-ruled cities will comment on if they will charge a tax on this fee?
JBRI
01:27:52
Another request for that taxability matrix link, if anyone has it.
Daniel Campbell
01:27:54
8 days before go live and they don't have a taxability matrix for which localities will tax this fee. Someone mentioned simplifying Colorado sales tax earlier. PLEASE DO!
Anna Tauzin
01:28:02
Tristina - is that the final rule text?
Anna Tauzin
01:28:14
Zachary - dor_taxrules@state.co.us
Tristina @ Mawson Lumber
01:28:17
That is all I have found online
JBRI
01:28:17
The rules are proposed. Not final
mary anne parsons
01:28:37
It states on the web site it starts as of July 1, 2022
Wayne Danneman
01:29:16
This is being called a fee vs a tax, so while the separately stated and visibility on the invoice isn't being enforced currently, when it is, should the fee shown above the line or below the line?
LindaHeinemann
01:29:22
when is ACH payment available?
mary anne parsons
01:29:47
https://tax.colorado.gov/retail-delivery-fee
wendy
01:29:59
CDOR Form DR 1786 states that the fee of $0.27 is for the time period of July 2022 through June 2023. Does this mean that the fee will expire then or does it mean the rate will change next year?
Brent Majors
01:30:20
Can someone please clarify, will there be an EFT payment option available on the website and can the form be filed electronically immediately?
Judy Vorndran
01:30:28
lawsuit info - https://lede-admin.coloradosun.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/15/2022/04/2022-04-07-Complaint.pdf
JBRI
01:30:47
Fees don't go away, they just increase.
mary anne parsons
01:31:11
Thank you Judy Vorndran!
Tristina @ Mawson Lumber
01:31:55
sorry I was reading. Anyone share the matrix on home rules that may or is taxing this fee
Sophia Hassman
01:32:34
colorado.ttr.services is the taxability matrix tool
LindaHeinemann
01:32:58
where can I find the rules?
mary anne parsons
01:32:59
Contact Governor PolisState Capitol Bldg - 200 E. Colfax Ave., Rm. 136, Denver, CO 80203Constituent Services Help Line: (303) 866-2885Governor's Office, Front Desk: (303) 866-2471
mary anne parsons
01:34:47
Why start this as of July 1, 2022 if you are unsure on many facets of this?
Jeff McGhehey
01:35:36
The law passed by the legislature set the effective date, not the DOR.
Allison
01:36:02
How does one propose to set up the computer system so that this "fee" is taxable sometimes and not others?
mary anne parsons
01:37:50
It would be nice to have something in writing from CDOR stating they are not going to penalize companies until this is all sorted out. I am not comfortable with the idea that it will be on a case-by-case basis
Sarah Work
01:38:12
@allison I would set up various fees depending upon the home rules by city
Sarah Work
01:38:18
as products
Betty Gunnoe
01:38:51
Need to vote these prime sponsors out of office- Stephen Fenberg, Faith Winter, Alec Garnett, Matt Gray.
Sarah Work
01:38:53
so for example Denver - RDF as taxable as shipping fee
Allison
01:40:05
Only if a big system is set up by "city"
Allison
01:40:36
Everything else is taxable or non taxable no matter where it's delivered
Judy Vorndran
01:40:59
https://www.gjsentinel.com/news/western_colorado/court-state-fees-not-taxes-subject-to-tabor-rules/article_7056bbdc-df53-11e9-9bb5-20677ce07cb4.html
Judy Vorndran
01:41:27
Colorado supreme court case that said fees are not taxes- I think this is what the state is relying upon to get out of a Tabor violation
mary anne parsons
01:41:29
Service calls require parts!
kmorales
01:42:35
Did they say delivery by USPS is not subject to this tax?
Sarah Work
01:42:47
it is under consideration
mary anne parsons
01:42:55
Please confirm that this starts next Friday
Dana C
01:43:44
Is the service question just asked addressed in the written docs anywhere?
mary anne parsons
01:46:41
Contact your representatives and the governor:
mary anne parsons
01:46:45
Contact Governor PolisState Capitol Bldg - 200 E. Colfax Ave., Rm. 136, Denver, CO 80203Constituent Services Help Line: (303) 866-2885Governor's Office, Front Desk: (303) 866-2471
JBRI
01:47:22
I still don't undertstand how USPS would be treated differently than UPS or FedEx
mary anne parsons
01:48:03
How in the world was this pushed thru if there are so many uncertainties?
JBRI
01:48:10
How is FedEx a person but USPS is not. That is ridiculous. USPS is the most common carrier there is. That is absurd.
Sarah Work
01:48:23
SCOTUS
Sarah Work
01:48:55
Corporations are people
JBRI
01:49:20
Making USPS deliveries exempt will make administration much more complicated.
Sarah Work
01:49:42
Citizens United v FEC
Betty Gunnoe
01:49:44
Did I understand that if a purchase is exempt from sales tax, such as farmers, are they also exempt from this fee?
JBRI
01:50:25
The language shouldn't have used the word person.
Sarah Work
01:51:42
Last mile deliveries by the USPS will still be taxable if initiated with UPS or FedEx for small packages
Judy Vorndran
01:51:53
my understanding - if the sales is not subject to sales tax (ie exempt) I believe the fee will not apply - the goal is to charge the fee on a direct sale shipped via motor vehicle to the end user
L. Scott
01:59:21
In regards to a real property contract. If I have one contract, does this follow the same method as a single purchase order where we only pay the fee once? Or do we have to collect it on every single batch of material delivery? It is one contract, but progress billings.
Allison
01:59:38
will the RDF be reported on the Use Tax filing or will Use Tax be considered on the RDF form?
brayleec
02:00:14
Will you please clarify service calls and goods delivered whether it is subject to the deliver fee?
Sarah Work
02:00:29
Anyone have an idea of how much revenue this fee is slated to generate for the state per year?
Judy Vorndran
02:00:46
billions
mary anne parsons
02:00:58
And where are those funds going?
brayleec
02:01:45
First service calls with parts delivered were not subject, but then he just said if a part is delivered and installed it is subject to the fee? "Deliver and install AC or hot water heater unit"Please clarify
Allison
02:01:51
Sorry, Will the RDF for Use Tax due be reported on the Use tax filing or will Use tax be reported on the RDF filing?
JBRI
02:02:01
It won't be billions. That would require roughly 4 billion sales transactions of TPP into Colorado.
JBRI
02:03:47
I think they said if the purpose was a service call, the RDF doesn't apply, even if parts are included in the call. I think they said it would only apply if the primary purpose was a purchase of TPP, rather than a service call.
Jeff McGhehey
02:03:47
The fiscal note to the bill estimates $33M in fees in 2022, $113M in 2023
Sarah Work
02:05:16
@brayleec - my understanding is: if you order a fridge from Lowes and they deliver and install it for you that is a RDF sale If your fridge needs a new fan and you have a repair guy install the fan at your house, that is not and RDF sale. If your fridge needs a new fan and you order it online or from the the repair guy, it is delivered to your house and you install it, that is an RDF sale.
Sarah Work
02:05:31
@jeff thank you
JBRI
02:06:06
I would concur with Sarah
Judy Vorndran
02:08:00
ok millions - not billions
Judy Vorndran
02:08:05
but billions over time
Dana C
02:12:27
Where should we submit these scenerios for review?
Erika Hoxeng
02:12:41
dor_taxrules@state.co.us
mary anne parsons
02:13:34
Contact Governor PolisState Capitol Bldg - 200 E. Colfax Ave., Rm. 136, Denver, CO 80203Constituent Services Help Line: (303) 866-2885Governor's Office, Front Desk: (303) 866-2471
Kathy
02:13:52
If we send an email to dor_taxrules@state.co.us will we get an email back or where will we be able to find the reply?
Anthony Fiedler - DOR
02:13:55
dor_taxrules@state.co.us
rparman
02:13:56
Will this recording be made available for review?
Kelli Hanson
02:17:11
They just said the law mentions direct pay permits. What does it say about direct pay permits? What is under reconsideration when it comes to direct pay permits?
Therese & Monty
02:17:32
It sounds like just by virtue of arranging shipping for customers (The UPS Store) -- even though we are NOT the retailer selling the item(s) being shipped -- we are going to be REQUIRED to add this RDF to every transaction with a shipment within the state of Colorado. Does that sound correct to you??
mary anne parsons
02:18:03
Therese & Monty - yes
JBRI
02:18:05
Amen
Sarah Work
02:18:17
👏
Jeff McGhehey
02:18:54
Therese & Monty If the UPS Store is not selling the tangible personal property, then just shipping it for a customer would not trigger the fee.
Erika Hoxeng
02:19:04
If all you are doing is shipping, and not making retail sales, you will not be required to collect and remit the retail delivery fee.
Sarah Work
02:19:48
Agree with @jeff on the UPS Store question answer
Travis Sorenson
02:19:56
Does anyone have the link to the frequently asked question page?
Steve Mathews
02:20:10
https://tax.colorado.gov/retail-delivery-fee
Erika Hoxeng
02:20:10
https://tax.colorado.gov/retail-delivery-fee
Tristina @ Mawson Lumber
02:20:12
https://tax.colorado.gov/retail-delivery-fee
Sarah Work
02:20:12
& @erika too
Sarah Work
02:20:56
Some states charge sales tax on services... so it could be crazier
Kendrik Gibson Young Living
02:21:22
Our software is working on a patch that will be done by Monday
Tristina @ Mawson Lumber
02:21:34
Has anyone find the Home Rule list yet?
Therese & Monty
02:21:49
Jeff and Erika - can I rely on your answer about the UPS Store?
Sarah Work
02:22:25
@therese they are repeating what Josh said
Therese & Monty
02:23:17
To be clear - the Retail Sales made by The UPS Store are for packing materials. Not for the contents.
Anthony Fiedler - DOR
02:23:27
dor_taxrules@state.co.us
Anthony Fiedler - DOR
02:23:32
Tax Policy Survey:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc0Y2VhrE3cflD1spGfljzdEu-vgxCgUFrFzVy876jweVEUJw/viewform
Chelsea Anderson
02:23:37
Thank you
mary anne parsons
02:23:38
Contact Governor PolisState Capitol Bldg - 200 E. Colfax Ave., Rm. 136, Denver, CO 80203Constituent Services Help Line: (303) 866-2885Governor's Office, Front Desk: (303) 866-2471