Colorado Sets New Record for Marijuana Tax and Fee Revenue in a Single Year
|Date||Marijuana Tax and Fee Revenue|
|January - December 2021 Calendar Year Total||$423,486,053|
|To Date Total (since February 2014)||$2,018,933,005|
|January - November 2021 Calendar Year Total||$2,060,952,959|
|To Date Total (since January 2014)||$12,039,747,032|
*Please note: final 2021 marijuana sales figures will be released in February 2022.
The Marijuana Sales Reports summarize total sales made by medical and retail marijuana stores monthly by county. The Marijuana Tax Reports show state tax and fee revenue collected monthly as posted in the Colorado state accounting system. Tax revenue comes from the state sales tax (2.9%) on marijuana sold in stores, the state retail marijuana sales tax (15%) on retail marijuana sold in stores, and the state retail marijuana excise tax (15%) on wholesale sales/transfers of retail marijuana. Fee revenue comes from marijuana license and application fees.
To view the full reports, please visit the following CDOR Office of Research and Analysis (ORA)’s webpages:
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