This website, brought to you by the Colorado State Treasurer's Office,
will show you an approximation of how much you pay in state taxes and where your tax dollars go.
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The breakouts are based on the income groups used in the 2000 Bureau of Labor Statistics Consumer Expenditure Survey (CES) and only go as high as that data. Therefore, the highest annual adjusted money income that is differentiated by this program is $150,000.
This includes income earned from wages and profits of businesses, persons,
and farmers along with earnings from savings or investments such as dividends,
rent or interest. Capital gains from the sales of assets are also included.
Transfer payments (such as public assistance with the exception of in-kind
services such as public housing), pension and retirement income, and
alimony are also included in Annual Adjusted Money Income.