Colorado offers a competitive tax environment that rewards business investment and innovation.
The Facts on Colorado’s Tax Environment:
- Individual Income Tax: Flat rate of 4.63% – 13th lowest among states levying an individual income tax.
- Corporate Income Tax: Flat rate of 4.63% – 8th lowest among states levying a corporate income tax.
- State Sales Tax: Colorado levies a 2.9% general sales tax on consumers – far below the national median rate of 5.95%
- Property Taxes: See detailed information below as property tax assessments vary at the local level.
From: Tax Foundation’s 2015 State Business Tax Climate Index
County and Municipal Sales Tax Rates:
The Eagle County Sales Tax Rate is 1.5 percent. 1% is allocated to general fund expenditures and capital projects and the other .5% of the tax was approved by Eagle County voters in 1996 for the sole purpose of improving and maintaining local trails and transit.
Municipal sales tax rates vary amongst Eagle County municipalities, with most rates set at 4%. Red Cliff and Gypsum offer the lowest rate for incorporated communities in the northern half of Eagle County at 3%. The communities of Edwards and EagleVail lie in unincorporated Eagle County and are subject only to county and state sales tax.
Full details about local municipal sales tax structures are available by clicking on the community names listed below.
Property Taxes Rates:
Property tax rates can vary at the local level based on where your property is located with certain communities and subdivisions. Check below for information and resources to help you estimate property tax assessments for your business.