Secretary of State Scott Gessler has announced a fee holiday for all online business filings, effective Dec. 1. The fee holiday will bring all online business filing fees to $1.
"Launching new online services has helped our office become more efficient. At the same time, we have improved office operations to save customers time and money. We can now lower fees for a time, so businesses can use that money to grow and create jobs," Gessler said.
The fee holiday applies to all online business filings. It does not include late fees. Gessler will review the reduction on a monthly basis to ensure the office is able to meet its budgetary obligations.
Gessler noted his office can absorb the reductions while continuing to provide top-notch services.
"This move further demonstrates Colorado is a low-fee state. But Colorado also has great customer service," Gessler said.
The secretary of state's office takes no state taxpayer dollars. Its operations are funded primarily by filing fees from businesses and non-profits. The business filing fee holiday follows fee reductions for non-profits that took effect in October and fee reduction for notaries public that took effect at the beginning of November.blog comments powered by Disqus