How Much Do Surrogates Make in Colorado?

Surrogacy can be beautiful, and surrogate compensation or surrogate pay in Colorado can help you offset your time and effort.

We understand the importance of surrogate compensation in Colorado. Surrogacy isn't just about carrying a baby; it's about creating families and making dreams come true. Our mission is to guide you through this incredible journey, ensuring that you are honored for your commitment to helping parents grow their families.

To learn more about how to become a paid surrogate in Colorado, contact us today.

How Much Do Surrogates Make in Colorado?

Average surrogate pay in Colorado ranges from $50,000 - $110,000 depending on your unique situation.  Your Colorado surrogate pay depends on:

  • Experience: You can earn more in Colorado surrogate compensation if you’ve been a surrogate before.

  • Income: How much you make in surrogate pay will be influenced by your current income level.

  • Your agency: When you choose us for your surrogacy journey, we’ll provide you with the highest surrogate compensation possible.

You can learn more about how to determine your surrogate pay rate in Colorado here.

How Does Surrogate Compensation in Colorado Work?

Surrogate compensation in Colorado operates on a structured model that combines base pay with additional compensation to ensure you are fairly rewarded for your dedication. Here’s a surrogate compensation breakdown:

Base Pay for Surrogate Pregnancy in Colorado

The base pay for surrogate pregnancy in Colorado is compensation provided to you as a surrogate for your services. This will be paid out to you in 10 monthly installments once a pregnancy is confirmed. We will work with escrow companies in our network of professionals to make sure you receive your payments on time.

This base pay is intended to cover various aspects of your commitment and responsibilities throughout the pregnancy journey. It is important to note that the specific amount of base pay can vary depending on the surrogacy agency or agreement between you and the parents. Additionally, you’ll receive a monthly stipend once you have signed your contract and begun the medical process. You’ll continue to receive this stipend 6-8 weeks after delivery.

Additional Surrogate Compensation in Colorado

The second half of your surrogate compensation breakdown includes additional surrogate pay. This covers things in your surrogate compensation package such as:

  • Fertility medications

  • Travel expenses

  • Maternity clothes

  • Embryo transfer

  • Lost wages

  • Counseling

  • And more

You can learn more about the other resources and services covered in our surrogate compensation package when you reach out to us today.

Highest Paying Surrogacy Agencies in Colorado

Becoming one of the highest-paid surrogates in Colorado allows you to improve your and your family’s life. Working with one of the highest-paying surrogacy agencies in Colorado can financially empower you to:

  • Pay off debt

  • Put a down payment on a house

  • Plan a family vacation

As one of the highest-paying surrogacy agencies, we offer our surrogates generous surrogate compensation packages that fairly compensate them for their valuable role in helping others become parents.

In addition to our surrogate compensation, we provide comprehensive support, expert guidance and a network of top-notch medical and legal professionals to ensure a seamless and secure surrogacy experience.

Discover how to be one of the highest-paid surrogates in Colorado.

First-Time vs. Experienced Surrogate Compensation in Colorado

First-time surrogate compensation in Colorado differs from that of experienced surrogates. Typically, first-time surrogates may receive compensation that is slightly lower than that of experienced surrogates compensation. This pay structure acknowledges the experience and track record of success that experienced surrogates have.

Their expertise in navigating medical appointments, legal matters and the emotional aspects of surrogacy instills added confidence in the parents they partner with and their agency. Here’s how first-time surrogate compensation may differ from second-time surrogate compensation:

  • First-time surrogate compensation in Colorado can be anywhere from $50,000 - $90,000.

  • Second-time surrogate compensation, third-time surrogate compensation and even fourth-time surrogate compensation will be even higher, ranging from $60,000 -$110,000+.

Learn more about experienced surrogate compensation.

If you’re interested in earning repeat surrogate compensation in Colorado, we’re more than happy to help you embark on another surrogacy journey.

How to Become a Paid Surrogate in Colorado

Becoming a paid surrogate in Colorado is a life-changing journey that requires careful consideration and dedication. To embark on this path, you’ll follow these steps:

Step 1. Apply to Become a Paid Surrogate in Colorado

Complete this form to get in touch with a surrogacy specialist today!

Step 2. Have a Consultation

If you meet the surrogacy requirements, you’ll be able to have a video or phone call with your surrogacy specialist to learn more about surrogacy and surrogate compensation in Colorado.

Step 3. Move Forward With Your Journey

Whether you’re ready to begin your surrogacy journey today or don’t start the process until months from now, your surrogacy journey will move at your pace.

Frequently Asked Questions About Surrogate Pay in Colorado

How Much Does it Cost to Become a Surrogate Mother in Colorado?

Becoming a surrogate mother in Colorado will cost you absolutely nothing. Our surrogate services will be covered in your Colorado surrogate compensation package.

Do Surrogates Get Maternity Leave in Colorado?

Under FMLA, all pregnant women are entitled to maternity leave, including surrogates. However, whether or not you will paid during that leave will depend on your employer. If you believe you won’t receive surrogate maternity pay, we will factor this into your surrogate compensation package when drafting your surrogacy agreement.

Do Surrogates Have to Pay Taxes in Colorado?

Yes. Your surrogate pay is considered income and Colorado has a state income tax. Colorado is a state that has a flat tax rate, which means everyone is taxed the same regardless of your income level.  Your surrogate pay will paid out to you using an escrow service. The escrow company you work with will send you a 1099 form to file during tax season.

Do Surrogates Get Paid if They Miscarry?

Surrogates will receive surrogate pay up until the point that they miscarry. If you and the parents decide to try again, you will receive surrogate pay once the process resumes.  While surrogate miscarriages are rare, they are still a possibility, just as they are with traditional pregnancies.  

Miscarriages are nobody’s fault and don’t mean the end. When you and the parents are ready to try again, we’ll be there to help you continue your surrogacy journey.

Why Do Surrogates Get Paid?

Surrogates help a couple or individual grow their family, likely after waiting and trying for so long to no avail. This is one of the greatest gifts anyone could give. Surrogacy means bringing new life into the world, and they deserve to be recognized for this amazing service.