Although April 18th seems a long ways away, you may want to start collecting information for your income tax forms. This year the IRS announced that people will not automatically receive paper forms in the mail. If you prefer submitting a paper form over filing electronically, you can call the IRS to order a form or instruction booklet (1-800-829-3676) or print them from the Internal Revenue Service website. It can take 7 to 15 days for them to process and ship your order, so plan ahead.
The Colorado Department of Revenue has put together a nice compilation of e-filing options for state and federal income tax: http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite/Revenue/REVX/1177017551291