The new Colorado Sales Tax rules go into effect June 1, 2019. The best source for information is the Colorado Department of Revenue. On their website you can sign up for email updates as well as webinars on the sales tax changes.
Two bills have been created to help simplify the sales tax system:
House Bill 19-1240 was signed into law on Thursday, May 23rd by the Governor.
HB19-1240 - Sales and Use Tax Administration - Concerning sales and use tax administration, and, in connection therewith, establishing economic nexus for retailers without physical presence in the state, codifying the destination sourcing rule with a specified exception, requiring marketplace facilitators to collect and remit sales tax for sales made by marketplace sellers on the marketplace facilitator's marketplace, and repealing obsolete statutory references to remote sellers.
Senate Bill 19-006 was signed into law on Friday, April 12th by the Governor. SB19-006 – Electronic Sales and Use Tax Simplification System - This bill requires the office of information technology and the department of revenue, within existing resources, to conduct a sourcing method in accordance with the applicable provisions of the procurement code, and any applicable rules, for the development of an electronic sales and use tax simplification system. The bill also requires the office and the department to involve stakeholders to develop the scope of work.
Here is an article from the Denver Business Journal with more information:
There is a great webinar put on by PPAI on How the Supreme Court's Wayfair Decision Impacts the Promotional Products Industry. You will need to login to get access to the on-demand webinar, and you can receive education credit after filling out the survey.
Another good webinar to watch is Practical Tips for Dealing With Changes in Sales Tax Laws.The Simplify CO Sales Tax Coalition will continue to work towards making the new sales tax laws easier for all Colorado businesses. You can follow them on social media: FaceBook - @simplifycosalestax and Twitter - @SimpleSalesTax