There are few things in life that are as certain as taxes. But while few among us actually enjoy paying taxes, they're a necessary fact of life. In Colorado, tax revenue pays for a number of important state provided services, programs, and infrastructure projects. So just where do these taxes come from? Colorado has a system of laws that place taxes on everything from consumer goods, like alcohol and tobacco, to the property of an estate. For example, Colorado taxes the sale of not only liquor, wine, beer, and cigarettes, but places a tax on the sale of marijuana as well. If you have questions about any of the Rocky Mountain State's tax laws, you've come to the right place. Click on one of the article links below to learn more. If you have questions or concerns about your specific situation, you should reach out to a local tax attorney who can answer tax-related questions and ensure that you're complying with your tax obligations under Colorado tax laws.