Definition of checkoff
1a : the deduction of union dues from a worker's paycheck by the employerb : designation on an income tax return of a small amount of money to be applied to a special fund (as for financing political campaigns)
2 : audible
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Jon Pushkin is a spokesperson for Checkoff Colorado, a collaborative statewide awareness campaign designed to educate taxpayers about the state’s tax checkoff program.
Your story about Colorado’s tax checkoff program painted a misleading picture of an extremely successful program that provides a critical source of donations to a diverse range of nonprofits serving communities across the state.
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Legal Definition of checkoff
1 : the deduction of union dues from a worker's paycheck by the employer
2 : designation on an income tax return of a small amount of money to be applied to a special fund (as for campaign financing)
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