Don’t be surprised by Social Security Taxes

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Offered by: Tim Roberts – Edward Jones When you reach the appropriate age, it’s easy to apply for Social Security retirement benefits – just go to Social Security’s website, fill out the online form and you’re essentially done. But many people overlook the next step – completing Form W-4V, which asks you how much federal… Read more »

Beware of the “Look Alike”

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Offered by: Jennifer Bell – Bell Benefits, LLC In honor of National Look Alike Day (April 20th), I wanted to create an article giving awareness to Medicare Look Alikes. There are many different categories for this topic and I’d like to focus on one that truly stands out to me in my world as an… Read more »

Lost Jackets and Broken Glasses

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Offered by: Heidi Anderson, Zing Specialist at Brighton Clinic of Chiropractic I was reading an article the other day that reminded me of the year that my son went through 5+ pairs of glasses. My son was diagnosed with ADHD when he was in elementary school and one of the struggles that he had was… Read more »

Filling Our Baskets With Joy!

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Offered by: Susan Kline – The Brighton Buzz Now that some vestiges of Spring have become more regular attendees in our daily activities, it seems like our positive spirits are beginning to bloom with them. I always feel like there’s so much to celebrate in the month of April! The coming of Spring, Easter, and… Read more »

Are Third-party Online Home Values Accurate?

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Offered by: Scott and Lora Nordby, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServicesInnovative Real Estate Plenty of sellers have visited online home valuation sites only to be shocked at the published value of their homes. Most sellers are pleased when the values appear higher than they expected, but many online valuations come in far lower. So, should you use… Read more »

Brighton City Manager Named One of BizWest’s Notable Minority Leaders

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Offered by: City of Brighton Communications Brighton City Manager Michael Martinez was recently recognized as one of BizWest’s Notable Minority Leaders in 2022. This category recognizes leaders from a wide range of sectors who have demonstrated the power to advance their industries, workplace equality and civic engagement in our region. Martinez was nominated by Assistant… Read more »

March Musings

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Offered by: John Wilson, B.S., BC-HIS, Blue Ribbon Hearing & Tinnitus Center PERSPECTIVE – One day a man was complaining about his wife having a hearing problem. An argument ensued as the man explained that most of the time when he asked her a question, she did not answer. To prove his point, he went… Read more »

It’s Still Rugby season!

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Offered by: Brighton Youth Rugby Association Brighton Youth Rugby Association (“BYRA”) is excited to head into our fourth summer season. During 2021 we not only had a successful summer season, we also fielded our first Fall Youth TRY league. High School boys from Brighton and Ft. Lupton also competed in our first High School 15s… Read more »