State of Colorado secondary Archives: on Tax Reform


Cary Kennedy: Tax rebates for seniors & disabled

Cary helped double Denver's property tax rebate for seniors and the disabled to help keep housing affordable. Cary published the first-ever taxpayer accountability report for the State and the city and created the first-ever online receipt for taxpayers.
Source: 2018 CO governor campaign website CaryKennedyForGovernor.com Jul 2, 2017

Cary Kennedy: Colorado Tax Tracks: see how taxes are spent, online

Cary has followed through on her pledge to make Colorado's financial information the most transparent and accessible it has ever been by putting the state's checkbook, balance sheet and investment portfolio online. Most recently, Cary launched an online tool that allows each Coloradan to see how their tax dollars support different state programs.

The interactive website, called Colorado Tax Tracks, is the first state website of its kind in America. It gives people detailed information on an individual or family basis about how their state tax dollars are used. Information is broken down so that taxpayers can see what they spend on nearly one hundred functions of government, from clean drinking water inspections to disease control.

Source: 2010 CO governor campaign website KennedyForTreasurer.com Aug 31, 2010

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