Finance

→   Beaver Creek Business License Regulation 1-23-20Rules and Regulations for operating a business within Beaver Creek Resort.

→   Beaver Creek Business License Application – Business License Application. See Business Rules and Regulations above.

→   Common Assessment Bylaws – Annual fees based on the assessed valuation of your property times a mill rate established by the Resort Company Board annually; however, the rate has been capped at 20 mills. The 2011 rate established by the board is .0025 mills. This assessment is billed on or about May 1 and is payable on or before June 30. The Resort Company Common Assessments do not replace usual property tax liabilities. (Bylaws Article VIII, Article IX Section 1 & Section 7 (a))

→   Civic Assessment Bylaws – Special resort fees, which are based on 5.35% of your taxable sales. (Bylaws Article VIII, Article IX Section 2 & Section 7 (b))

→   Mountain Civic Assessment – Since lift tickets are not taxable under Colorado Law, a special equivalent fee of 5% of lift ticket sales in Beaver Creek is paid by the mountain operator to the Resort Company. This also applies to on-mountain restaurant revenues. (Bylaws Article VIII, Article IX Section 3 & Section 7 (c))

→   Resort Assessment Bylaws – Article VIII, Article IX Section 4 (a)

→   Local Improvement Assessment Bylaws – Article VIII, Article IX Section 4 (b)

→   Recreation Assessment Bylaws – Article VIII, Article IX Section 4 (d)

→   Lodging Assessment Bylaws – Article VIII, Article IX Section 4 (e) & Section 7 (e)

→   BCRC Assessment Forms – Submit assessment payments to BCRC with the appropriate form and a copy of the Colorado State Tax return by the 20th of each month.

→   Real Estate Transfer Assessment (RETA) Bylaws – Article VIII, Article IX Section 4 (c) & Section 7 (d)

→   Real Estate Transfer Assessment (RETA) Exemption Form – This assessment is collected every time title to property is transferred. The assessment is equal to 2.375% of the market value.