Income Tax | Credits

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If filing by paper, visit the Credits & Subtractions Forms page to download the forms and/or schedules needed to file for the credits below. 

The Preservation of Historic Structures Credit (§39-22-514.5, C.R.S.) must be claimed on the DR 0104CR, as well. However, unlike the Historic Property Preservation Credit detailed above, this newer credit (§39-22-514.5, C.R.S.) is not dependent upon the growth in general fund revenues and will continue to be available after 2019. 

The Preservation of Historic Structures credit is jointly administered by the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade and History Colorado.  For more information about this credit, visit the History Colorado website

Instructions for Individual Income Tax Returns

Complete the DR 0104CR to claim various nonrefundable credits. Transfer the amount from the total line at the end of DR 0104CR to the line on the DR0104 for Nonrefundable Credits from the DR104CR. The nonrefundable credits used from the DR 0104CR combined with the total Nonrefundable Enterprise Zone Credit used cannot exceed the subtotal of your tax, prepayments and credits. To ensure faster processing of your paper return, the amount entered on Nonrefundable Credits from the DR104CR line on the DR0104 form must exactly match the total amount on the DR 0104CR. You must submit the DR 0104CR with the 104 form.