The Chamber is pleased to announce Phil Horwitz as the new Chair of the Colorado Chamber’s Tax Council. The Chamber’s Tax Council is made up of issue experts that advise staff on tax policy at the state level. Phil has been working in state and local tax since 1994. He assists clients with all aspects of state and local tax compliance, focusing on tax controversy matters.
Phil spent a combined 20 years working for the Colorado Department of Revenue, where he designed and implemented one of the nation’s first state tax voluntary disclosure programs. His career at the Colorado Department of Revenue also included managing the field audit policy function and serving as director of the Office of Tax Policy Analysis, which involved centralizing the department’s policy functions. Phil’s experience also includes working in the state and local tax practice of a Big Four firm and serving as Colorado’s representative on the Multistate Tax Commission.
We are extremely lucky to have Phil’s expertise and leadership on our Tax Council.
The Colorado Chamber would like to thank Ryan Woods for his leadership and support in serving as the Tax Council Chair from 2018 through the 2023 legislative session.