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Worker Classification

While the definition of employment in Colorado law is broad and inclusive, it is not the same as the Internal Revenue Service. According to Colorado law, the two main concepts used to determine the status of a worker and whether

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Are Tips and Gratuities Subject to Sales Tax in Colorado?

Tips and gratuities are payments that are separately paid to someone providing a service. NOT TAXABLE Tips and gratuities are NOT subject to sales tax when they are left on the table or location where the service took place or

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Youth Summer Employment

Students will soon be looking for summer jobs, and Colorado has some work restrictions for minors working in the state of Colorado. Minors are not allowed to work more than 40 hours in a workweek or in excess of eight

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Minimum Wage to Increase January 1st

An amendment to the Colorado constitution has passed that will raise the state minimum wage to $9.30 per hour effective January 1st. The tipped minimum wage will be $6.28. The minimum wage will continue to increases 90 cents each January

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