Progress on Financial Empowerment

The Office of Financial Empowerment (OFE) is making valuable progress in building the statewide infrastructure necessary to ensure the financial well-being of Colorado families and communities.

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Special Session Tracker 2023

Lawmakers are debated a range of issues at the Colorado General Assembly during their 2023 Special Session. This tracker focuses...

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Who Pays?

This two-part series explores the stark and complex differences in taxing across Colorado.

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Local Ballot Measures

A closer look at three measures up for a vote in the November election.

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In The Know: New Protections for Colorado Consumers

Colorado consumers will have important new protections thanks to the passing of HB23-1229.

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The Bell Supports Proposition HH: Property Tax Relief That Helps Schools

Learn how Proposition HH can provide needed tax relief to Colorado homeowners without cutting funding for schools and other services.

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Colorado’s Revenue Base

Understanding how Colorado's revenue base is comprised will help us make decisions of how to proceed in a fiscally prudent manner.

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Tax Credits for Working Families

Targeted tax credits are important parts of supporting working families. Here are is some information about two of the biggest ones.

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Tax Contributions of Undocumented Immigrants

If 10% of undocumented immigrants left Colorado, the state would lose $23.8 million in federal taxes and $12.4 million in state and local taxes.

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New Report: Economic Mobility for Colorado’s Low-Income Families

A new report shows how intentional state spending can work to better support Coloradans' economic mobility and move families into the middle class.