I just received this notice from the Colorado Department of Revenue, thought I would share.
Reminder – No automatic mailing of income tax booklets
Due to the increase in electronic filings each year and to reduce mailing and printing costs, the Colorado Department of Revenue has discontinued the annual automatic mailing of income tax booklets to taxpayers. In recent years, the department mailed booklets only to those taxpayers who have not made the switch to electronic filing. Booklets would arrive by mail the week between the Christmas and New Year’s Day holidays.
Filing options are available
· Colorado NetFile — This Web-based, free service is easy to use and available through Revenue Online: www.Colorado.gov/RevenueOnline Click Individual, then File a Return. For corporate, fiduciary or partnership returns, click Business and Sign Up to create Login access to the tax account, and then file the return. NetFile for income tax year 2011 will be available Wednesday, January 4.
· Tax software program
· Tax professional
· Paper return (Note: Paper filing increases your chances of errors and processing delays.) Forms may be downloaded from the Colorado Taxation Web site at www.TaxColorado.com under Tax Forms > Individual Income Forms > 2011 (Current Filing Year); or under the Corporation Income and Partnership Income forms Web pages.
Printed income booklets and forms are provided to participating libraries throughout the state. Booklets will also be available at all state tax district offices as well as all Colorado driver’s license offices.
Office of Public Information and Education
Colorado Department of Revenue
Taxpayer Service Division
Colorado Taxation Web Site: www.TaxColorado.com
CDOR Tax InfoEmail Subscriptions: email@example.com