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You may want to allow a relative or tax professional to view your tax account and manage certain aspects of the account, such as file a return on your behalf or make tax payments. To do that, you must Login to your account and add the "third party" to your account.
This is similar for ceasing Logins.
NOTE: Even if you uncheck an Access Level checkbox for a Login or Third Party that you originally set up for Account Access, the Login ID of the person who, at one time, had access to your account will remain in the listing. But the "Active" checkbox will now be unchecked.
If you do not receive an Authorization Code by email, either the email is in your Junk email folder, or the information you entered during the Sign Up process does not match what is in your account with the Department. Be sure you carefully enter the information that is requested during the Sign Up process. For example, if you are trying to sign up for sales tax account access and you select Gross Sales and Services Amount in Step 3, that is NOT the tax amount owed. That is the total amount in line 1 of your sales tax return. Entering the wrong figures will result in an unsuccessful Sign Up request.
It's important that you carefully enter your email address when you sign up for account access. Your Authorization Code to log in to Revenue Online will be sent to the email address you entered. Check your email to see whether you have successfully completed the Revenue Online Sign Up process. You may need to check your email Junk folder because your email system may not recognize the department as a safe sender to your email box. If your Sign Up is successful, you will see an email with the subject line Colorado Department of Revenue - Revenue Online Account Access Complete.