Mandatory Colorado licensing fee drop of $200 effective immediately, according to Department of Regulatory Agencies
By Susanna Speier
Denver Private Investigator Blogger
Did the Colorado licensing fee just drop from $263 to $63?
Colorado Private Investigator annual licensing fees dropped $200 just like that?
What’s going on?
According to Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) Private Investigator Program Director, Mark Browne, the one-year renewal fee for private investigator licenses dropped in response to “recent and significant license population increases and updated adjustments to fund balance projections.”
In other words, so many Coloradans are now obtaining private investigator licenses that DORA doesn’t have to charge as much as they used to have to charge so the price dropped.
If you anted your $263 anytime after April 1, 2017 you’ve got a $200 refund check to look forward to in the next 30 days. Kind of a tax return and private investigator appreciation day rolled into one!
In inaugural year of the mandatory licensing program brought in 394 licensees and as of April 2017 that figure is expected to double with a project minimum of 817 renewals anticipated for next year.
“This growth in license population and adjustments made to the fund balance projections now allow for immediate fee reductions,” Brown said.
Additional DORA related questions or concerns can be brought to the Department of Regulatory Agencies Downtown Denver office at 1560 Broadway, Suite 110, Denver, CO 80202
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