Hispanic Contractors Of Colorado Organization Helps Businesses Connect

Hispanic Contractors Of Colorado Organization Helps Businesses Connect

June 4, 2021

The Hispanic Contractors of Colorado (HCC) advocates for businesses in the construction industry and connects its members to new business opportunities. This business association welcomes new members aiming to grow their business and network in Colorado. Celebrating more than 30 years as Colorado’s diversity leader, HCC proudly supports small-business contracting companies with ownership representing diversity …

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Sustainability Can Be Easy

Sustainability Can Be Easy

May 25, 2021

The nonprofit Yampa Valley Sustainability Council (YVSC) wants to help people incorporate more sustainability into their own lives. And they want it to be easy. Living a sustainable lifestyle doesn’t always require a big step—like installing solar panels on your house or xeriscaping your yard. It can be as simple as reducing the amount of …

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“Mount Sopris,” by John Toly

“Mount Sopris,” by John Toly

May 24, 2021

Originally from Rock Springs, Wyoming, artist John Toly found his way to the Colorado mountains in the late ‘60s. He soon learned to ski and began painting watercolor landscapes. He found a happy home in Vail before moving to Aspen and eventually settling in Carbondale, where he still resides. He regularly paints watercolors with a …

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Alpine Bank’s Featured Student of the Month

Alpine Bank’s Featured Student of the Month

May 12, 2021

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Alpine Bank’s Featured Student of the Month

Alpine Bank’s Featured Student of the Month

May 12, 2021

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CARES and SECURE Acts and Your IRA

CARES and SECURE Acts and Your IRA

May 12, 2021

The rules for Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) have changed. The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act changed the age when individuals must begin taking withdrawals from their retirement accounts. Someone born on or before June 30, 1949, was required to start getting RMDs for the year they reached the age of 70½. …

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Synthetic Identity Fraud

Synthetic Identity Fraud

May 12, 2021

Of all the methods fraudsters use to steal identities, synthetic identity may be the most sinister. That’s because it could take years before it’s detected, and by then, the damage has been done and the fraudster has moved on to other victims. Here’s how synthetic identity fraud works: Swindlers use a stolen Social Security number …

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Electronic Waste Recycling

Electronic Waste Recycling

May 12, 2021

Trash generated from broken, obsolete, and surplus electronic devices is defined as hazardous electronic waste, or e-waste. It’s important to never throw e-waste into the trash; these materials are especially important to recycle. Here’s why: They have a short useful life. Because of this, there are a lot of electronics piling up in landfills. When …

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IRS Rolls out Program to Fight Tax Identity Fraud

IRS Rolls out Program to Fight Tax Identity Fraud

May 12, 2021

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has expanded its Identity Protection PIN program to enable you to protect yourself against identity theft and tax fraud. In fact, anyone able to prove their identity now has the ability to further protect themselves, thanks to recent efforts by the IRS. Since the onset of COVID-19, instances of identity …

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And Baby Makes Three: Financial Planning Before the Little One Arrives

And Baby Makes Three: Financial Planning Before the Little One Arrives

May 12, 2021

Dreaming of the pitter-patter of little feet in your home? If starting a family is in your near-term plans, now is a good time to take stock of your overall financial situation to determine any changes you may want to make before the addition of a new family member. Babies are irresistible, and there is …

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