DB45D5A98BB6F54987258711007672DD Hearing Summary CLICS/CLICS2021A/commsumm.nsfPUBLICBILL SUMMARY For SELECTION OF FUTURE MEETING DATESINTERIM COMMITTEE SALES AND USE TAX SIMPLIFICATION TASK FORCEDate Jul 13, 2021 Location Old State Library Selection of Future Meeting Dates - Committee Discussion Only 03:33:48 PM Each member of the task force discussed their goals for the future work of the task force. Mr. Paul Archer asked for regular updates on participation in the SUTS system by cities and businesses. Senator Woodward described his desire to help increase compliance with the state tax code by the business community and to reduce the cost of compliance. Representative Kipp outlined her goal to make it easier for businesses to operate and to treat all buisnesses equally. Mr. Don Korte described Denver's move to eliminate business license fees and its work to encourage other cities to do the same. Mr. Woods discussed his goals of continuing to improve the SUTS system and GIS database, to work on restructuring the state's return, and to find macro ways to simplify taxes in the state, including potentially looking at ways that the state can comform with home rule cities. Ms. Michelle Bush discussed her goal of working to increase business compliance. Mr. Curt Osborne discussed of his goal of helping to work with cities to help simplify the process. Mr. Pens described his goal of promoting voluntary compliance through simplification. Ms. Meghan Dollar discussed her goal of working to continue to improve the SUTS system for all stakeholders. Mr. Bryan Archer described the work of many jurisdictions to simplify business forms and the work of Arvada to remove fees for business licenses. Ms. Heather Pezzella discussed her goals of working to further improve the SUTS system and to help increase compliance. Senator Bridges discussed his goal of working to address business licensing requirements. 03:50:01 PM The task force selected the following future meeting dates: Wednesday, August 11, from 10:00am - 4:00pm, and Friday, September 10, from 10:00am - 4:00pm.