Understanding SECURE Act Changes to RMD Age & Benefits of QCD

Understanding SECURE Act Changes to RMD Age & Benefits of QCD

September 16, 2021

In December 2019, the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act was passed into law, making substantial changes to retirement account rules—the most notable change being the Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) age. If you reached age 70 ½ in 2020 or later, you must take your first RMD by April 1 of the …

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Colorado Walkers Unite to Support Make-A-Wish® Colorado’s 5th Annual Walk for Wishes

Colorado Walkers Unite to Support Make-A-Wish® Colorado’s 5th Annual Walk for Wishes

September 15, 2021

On the morning of Saturday, October 2, walkers across the state will lace up their shoes and hit the trail—or, the neighborhood sidewalk—in support of children battling critical illnesses. Participants in the fifth annual Make-A-Wish Colorado Walk for Wishes, presented by 5DayDeal, can join the fun in-person during a live event at Denver’s Great Lawn Park, …

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Be An Alpine Bank Mystery Shopper

Be An Alpine Bank Mystery Shopper

September 15, 2021

We’re recruiting Mystery Shoppers to measure our staff’s performance and enhance the success of our customer service training. We’ve hired a company, Second To None, Inc. to assist us with this program. If you’d like to join Second To None’s customer evaluation team to provide valuable feedback to Alpine Bank, and receive compensation for your time and …

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Things to Know About the Child Tax Credit

Things to Know About the Child Tax Credit

September 15, 2021

As part of the American Rescue Plan—the $1.9 trillion expanded COVID-19 relief legislation passed by Congress back in March—families who are eligible for child tax credits have begun receiving payments and many of them are being directly deposited into bank accounts. But while most people receiving these payments are happy to have the extra cash, …

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Legacy Planning at Two-Year Mark in the Pandemic

Legacy Planning at Two-Year Mark in the Pandemic

September 15, 2021

There are a lot of things that are more fun than planning for the point in time when you’re no longer around. But if you have assets that you intend to pass along to loved ones, or that you hope to donate to a specific cause or organization, now is the time to figure that …

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Farm-to-Table Dining Delivers for the Environment

Farm-to-Table Dining Delivers for the Environment

September 15, 2021

A farm-to-table restaurant sources its food from within 100 miles of its location. In addition to being a boon to local farmers and ensuring fresher, more nutritious foods to the restaurant’s kitchen, it benefits the environment in many ways. When food has fewer miles to travel to its ultimate destination, there’s less spoilage during transport. …

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Avoiding Robocall Scams

Avoiding Robocall Scams

September 15, 2021

Despite the National Do Not Call Registry, the availability of caller ID and a crackdown by the Federal Trade Commission, robocalls seem to continue unabated. Yep, they’re the annoying recorded messages that usually prompt the person receiving them to take some sort of action. If the robocall is for the purpose of selling something, it …

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Better Banking Tool for Online & Mobile Coming 9-28

Better Banking Tool for Online & Mobile Coming 9-28

September 15, 2021

You’ve been asking for a seamless, easy-to-use online banking and mobile app for banking from home, work or the hills. Alpine Bank is delivering, offering more features and more security in our new platform that will launch on Tuesday, September 28. Our test users have given the new online banking platform and mobile app some …

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Alpine Bank Boulder Thanksgiving Day Fun Run & Boulder Volunteer of the Year

Alpine Bank Boulder Thanksgiving Day Fun Run & Boulder Volunteer of the Year

August 31, 2021

Celebrate giving and gratitude with us! On Thursday, November 25, 2021, dress in cozy layers and lace up the running shoes for the Thanksgiving Day Fun Run, benefiting Boulder’s Harvest of Hope food pantry. The event takes place at Flat Iron Park. Instead of the traditional 5K race, this year it will be a 4M course. In-person event …

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“Moose in the Fall,” by Pixie Glore

“Moose in the Fall,” by Pixie Glore

August 31, 2021

Pixie Glore’s work reflects the adventure, power and beauty of the people and places she paints. Raised in Utah, where she often lived in the country, close to farmers and cowboys, she developed a sensitivity that expresses itself in her work, be it through the colors of the desert or emotions in her portraits and …

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