Colorado Now Accepts Postmark as Timely for Unemployment Returns
Colorado recently issued a flyer about a change in their law that allows a postmark
to determine timeliness of quarterly contribution reports. Previously reports
had to be received by the due date. It also mentions the increase in the taxable
wage from $10,000 to $11,000 for 2012. See the following link for
a copy of the flyer.
Employer Tax Sevices
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