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Recent Changes to Regulation Requirements for Brokers and Subdivision Developers

Jul 27, 2017

SB17-215 – Sunset Licensed Real Estate Brokers and Subdivision Developers Signed into law on 6/1/17 The new bill continues regula...

Our Colorado 1031 Exchange Lawyers Discuss the Possibilities with Like Kind Exchanges

Jul 24, 2017

How Savvy Colorado Property Investors Utilize Deferred Tax Transactions Current and prospective investors know that the market is alway...

Getting a Second Opinion on Your Tax Case

Jul 18, 2017

The Importance of CSEDs & How Taxpayers Can Use Them to Tackle Tax Debt So, you have been contacted by the IRS because they say you...

IRS Private Debt Collectors Already Accused of Abuse

Jul 12, 2017

This spring, the IRS started to use the services of private debt collectors to obtain unpaid tax debts from U.S. citizens. Unfortunatel...

Coloradan’s Listen Up! New Social Security Administration Rules for Disability Claims

Jul 10, 2017

Earlier this year the Social Security Administration (SSA) published new rules in the Federal Register (82 FR 5844) regarding the evalu...

Our Lawyers Discuss Tackling 280E Audits in Colorado

Jun 26, 2017

Hope for Colorado Marijuana Businesses With banks wary of dabbling in an industry that is still at odds with federal law, and with loom...

Choosing the Right Colorado Attorney

Jun 19, 2017

Hiring an attorney can be an intimidating process. You may feel agape, crushed under the impending tide of questions, like how much mon...

Traffic Stop Hacks: What You Need to Know Before Being Pulled Over

Jun 14, 2017

If You’re Not Driving If you are a passenger in a car and your friend or spouse gets pulled over, you are not required to hand over any...