4.28.2014 Another Step in BPPT Relief; Stage Set for More Reform
Business Personal Property Tax (BPPT) is arguably the most onerous tax on business. A continual tax on investment in business capital, it dissuades significant capital investment and puts Colorado at a disadvantage in attracting, retaining and growing capital intensive business and industries, including advanced manufacturing, technology, agriculture among others. NCLA continues to lead the discussion and the solutions on BPPT. This week, two bills passed the legislature and set the stage for more comprehensive reform next year.
In this week’s NCLA Under the Dome, learn more about business personal property tax bills in which NCLA will engage on northern Colorado business community’s behalf.
Keep track of introduced legislation and the NCLA’s position on bills by linking to NCLA’s 2014 Legislative Tracking Report. The NCLA Board of Directors engages in legislation that intersects with the NCLA’s 2014 Priority Legislative Agenda.