Colorado residents in the United Staes of America (USA) can now enjoy the convenience of paying their personal taxes using the Internet, at the state's official Web site (www.Colorado.gov). This new service allows taxpayers to pay Colorado individual income tax, estimated individual income tax as well as make past due individual income tax payments safely and securely.
This first-of-its-kind service in Colorado allows taxpayers to skip writing out a check and pay their taxes using an Electronic Check, MasterCard, or Visa via Colorado.gov's secure payment processor. Thousands of residents will now be able to pay their individual taxes online after filing their taxes through a service such as NetFile or other electronic filing methods. Even paper filers could go online and pay their taxes. This new service also allows tax payers to make estimated payments as well. For those who owe past due personal income taxes, payments can be made directly online in a matter of minutes.
“The online tax payment option enhances the current tax filing systems and creates a fast, convenient and efficient method for thousands of taxpayers who find they owe income tax,” said Governor Bill Ritter. “This latest technology fits our strategy to improve efficiencies over the old paper process and improve automated services within the state government.” The Colorado Department of Revenue plans to expand the Colorado online tax payment service to include corporation income tax payments, fiduciary income tax and extension income tax payments in the coming year.