Colorado Taxpayers Advocate Fund, Inc. exists to educate citizens and Colorado public officials on issues of public policy so they can, if they choose, make a difference in their community on issues affecting their city, state, and even their country at large. Specifically, the Fund will conduct non-partisan research and distribute information to citizens and public officials concerning the local, Colorado, and national economy; jobs; public pension funds; local and Colorado government spending, taxes, and government regulations; education; healthcare; waste, fraud, and abuse of Colorado government resources; and policy issues pertinent to Colorado. It will also advocate, and help the general public advocate, center-right policy solutions designed to help the citizens of Colorado.
Contributions to Colorado Taxpayers Advocate Fund, Inc. are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Contributions may be corporate or personal check. The Colorado Taxpayers Advocate Fund, Inc. is a non-profit corporation and operated in a manner consistent with section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code. Colorado Taxpayers Advocate Fund, Inc. does not accept contributions from foreign nationals.