Withholding Tax Forms

Colorado Withholding Forms

DR 1059 Affidavit of Exemption for the Nonresident Spouse of a U.S. Servicemember An Affidavit of Exemption for the Nonresident Spouse of a US Service member is a form that allows the nonresident spouse of a US service member who is stationed in Colorado to claim exemption from Colorado state income tax. In order to claim this exemption, the nonresident spouse must complete the affidavit and provide certain information, such as the service member's name and military ID number, the nonresident spouse's name and social security number, and the date on which the service member was first stationed in Colorado. The affidavit must be signed and notarized before it can be submitted to the Colorado Department of Revenue. Once the affidavit has been approved, the nonresident spouse will be exempt from paying Colorado state income tax on any income earned while the service member is stationed in Colorado.
DR 0004 Colorado Employee Withholding Certificate The Colorado Employee Withholding Certificate (Form DR-15) is a document that allows an employee to specify their tax withholding preferences for state and federal income tax purposes. The form is used by employers in the state of Colorado to determine how much tax to withhold from an employee's paychecks. Employees can use the form to claim exemptions, claim additional withholding amounts, or request that no tax be withheld from their pay. The form is typically filled out and submitted to the employer when an employee is first hired, or when the employee wants to make changes to their tax withholding preferences.
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