Ripbeams

Posted by & filed under News from our Advertisers.

Offered by Melissa Rippy, Allstate Rippy Insurance/Allstate My mom and dad were married for 45 years and together fifty. In the days since he passed, Mom said that sunbeams remind her of my dad. She also came up with the name of the non-profit I am in the process of establishing in his memory, called… Read more »

Hate Insurance? You Are Truly Blessed

Posted by & filed under News from our Advertisers.

Offered by Brian Holley – Farmers Insurance There are many who look at insurance as nothing more than a requirement forced upon them by State Laws or mandated by banks and lending institutions who have an insurable interest in property which may be financed. To some, insurance is only an extra expense which must be… Read more »

Protect Your Family! (Part 2 of 6)

Posted by & filed under News from our Advertisers.

Offered by Dolan & Associates, P.C. When Bill and Jane learned of Bill’s illness they sought legal advice. The lawyer they spoke with told them to put everything in joint tenancy, because “it is simple and avoids probate.” They weren’t comfortable with that advice and sought advice from a counseling-oriented attorney who took the time… Read more »

Follow the Trend… It’s time to Amend!

Posted by & filed under News from our Advertisers.

Offered by Raegan Clemens – Majestic Materials Spring is here! Time to sweep the floors, clean out your closets, reorganize that pantry, amend your soil… The list goes on. While we do not clean houses, Majestic Materials can help you blend the perfect soil amendment for your landscaping and gardens. During the dry winter months,… Read more »

Constitutional Carry & Reciprocity

Posted by & filed under News from our Advertisers.

Offered by Wes Bear, Owner/Instructor – Concealed Carry Workshop There have been a lot of questions about the Constitutional Carry bill that is working its way through the Colorado legislature this year. It should be noted that similar bills have been brought before congress in previous years and have been voted down. The governor of… Read more »

April – Parkinson’s Awareness Month

Posted by & filed under News from our Advertisers.

Offered by: Emily Wilson, Co-Owner – FirstLight Home Care April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month, and FirstLight Home Care is honored to support the needs of those affected and their families. Parkinson’s disease is a movement disorder that impacts an estimated 1 million people across the United States and up to 10 million around the world…. Read more »

2017 Recap of Tax Provisions for Individuals (Part 4)

Posted by & filed under News from our Advertisers.

Offered by: Kyle Bullock, ATLAS CPAs & Advisors PLLC Many of the tax changes affecting individuals and businesses for 2017 were related to the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (PATH) that modified or made permanent numerous tax breaks (the so-called “tax extenders”). To further complicate matters, some provisions were only extended through… Read more »

What Should You Do With Your Tax Refund?

Posted by & filed under News from our Advertisers.

Offered by Tim Roberts, Edward Jones It’s tax-filing season again – which could mean you’re in line for a refund. What should you do with the money? Your decision can depend on the size of your refund. Last year, the average tax refund was about $2,760. If you got that much this year, and you… Read more »

About Bank of Colorado

Posted by & filed under News from our Advertisers.

Much more than just a place to keep your money, we’re proud to be a part of your community. We’re not just a bank in Colorado. We’re Bank of Colorado. Offered by: David S. Evens, Bank of Colorado Branch President Bank of Colorado is a family-owned community focused bank that has been serving the needs… Read more »