Stacey Roberts has been selected as a member of Colorado’s Legislative Task Force Concerning Tax Policy. She will bring 25+ years of experience in State and Local Tax to the task force, advising and advocating on behalf of taxpayers for simple and effective tax policy.
Stacey has more than 25 years of state income tax experience as a CPA for Arthur Andersen, KPMG and Deloitte as well as in the private sector as the State and Local Tax Director for Ball Corporation, a Broomfield, Colorado, Fortune 500 company. She currently delivers specialized tax services to businesses as a State and Local Tax Director at TaxOps.
All members are well-versed in state and local tax and have been selected from government and private practice. Members include city and county officials, accounting and law practitioners and an as yet unnamed appointment from the State Treasurer’s department.
Stacey has a vested interest, both professionally at TaxOps and personally as a resident of Colorado, in serving on the Task Force. She is committed to efforts that simplify effective tax policy and bringing a thoughtful perspective in exploring state tax laws and their impact on taxpayers. “I’m looking forward to hearing the different views of the participants and being an advocate for taxpayers,” Stacey says.
The Task Force meets at least six times annually and is charged with issuing an annual report on its findings and decisions. Meetings will be publicly noticed and broadcast online. To follow the efforts of the tax policy task force, bookmark the Legislative Oversight Committee Concerning Tax Policy & Task Force. We’ll also publish updates to subscribers of Tax News.
TaxOps is a tax specialty firm delivering practical tax answers to businesses in all jurisdictions and industries. Visit TaxOps.com.
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