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The city of Aurora imposes an Occupational Privilege Tax (OPT) on individuals who work within the city limits.
Employees and Employers are subject to OPT of $2 per month if:
Employers are required to match the Employee OPT of $2.00 per month, remitting to the city a total of $4 per month per employee.
When to File
Occupational Privilege Tax returns are due on the last day of the month following the taxable period. For example, if your business is required to remit OPT monthly, the tax return and payment are due on the last day of the month following the previous month (the taxable period).
OPT returns must be filed monthly if more than 25 employees and quarterly if less than 25 employees.
How and Where to File
An OPT return will be mailed to you, or you may download the Occupational Privilege Tax Return here.
Send the form and payment to:
City of Aurora
Tax and Licensing Division
P.O. Box 33001
Aurora, CO 80041-3001
Employees Who Work in More than One City
When an employee otherwise subject to the Employee Occupational Privilege Tax performs services for a single employer within the City of Aurora and one or more other cities which levy an Employee Occupational Privilege Tax, both the Employee and Employer Occupational Privilege Tax shall be payable to the city in which the most hours were worked.
Employees with More Than One Aurora Employer
Employees with more than one Aurora employer should provide their secondary employer with a Withholding Certificate/AOPT Form to avoid duplicate withholding for the same month. All employers are still liable for the employer portion of OPT on the same employee.
Please view the Aurora Tax Code, Section 130-404 and 130-464 for more information.