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Senate Finance

The Senate Finance Committee generally considers matters related to a broad range of public finance proposals including legislation that affects the state's revenue and tax structure.  In addition, the committee has legislative oversight responsibility for the Public Employees' Retirement Association, Department of Revenue, State Treasury, and the Office of State Planning and Budgeting.


Committee Members

Tim Neville, Chair

Owen Hill, Vice-Chair


Chris Holbert


Mike Johnston


Andy Kerr






Staff Contact:  Kori Donaldson  *  Phone: (303) 866-4976


2015 Committee Schedule

Meeting Days
Meeting Information
 1:30 PM
 SCR 354


Bills and Fiscal Notes 

 (Access Instructions) 

Meeting Summaries and Votes

 (Access Instructions) 

 SCR 354




2014-15 SMART Government Act Hearings
Meeting Information


December 15  Agenda Summary  9:00 a.m. LSB A



Publications of Interest

Joint Budget Committee

Staff Briefing on the Department of Revenue


Staff Briefing on the Department of the Treasury
  Staff Budget Briefing on the Office of the Governor (OSPB)

Department of Treasury

State Taxpayer Accountability Report (STAR) FY 2012
  Department of Treasury Performance Plan
  Department of Treasury Regulatory Agenda



Governor's Office of State Planning and Budgeting

December 2014 Revenue Forecast


Public Employees' Retirement Association

Comprehensive Annual Financial Report



Department of Revenue

Department of Revenue Annual Report


Department of Revenue Strategic Plan
  Department of Revenue Regulatory Agenda
  Department of Revenue Strategic Plan (by Major Program Area)
Legislative Council Staff SB09-228 Interested Persons Memo November 2013
  Checklist for Evaluating Tax Expenditure Legislation (January 2014)
  TABOR Refund Mechanisms Issue Brief (2014)
  TABOR and Referendum C Limit Issue Brief (2014)
  SB09-228 Transfers Issue Brief (2014)

The Legislative Council staff prepares memoranda, bill tracking documents, summaries of legislation, reports, and issue briefs related to taxes and finance and state government




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