While the gap between men's and women's earnings has been steadily narrowing in the last decade, full wage equality has yet to be achieved. It’s time for us to take some control over our financial future.
Look out, Denver companies and especially small businesses: The IRS will soon issue new tax forms that will allow small business taxpayers to apply R&D credits to FICA taxes and AMT.
Arguments for more female participation in the workplace and in senior positions are often founded on the principle of equality. Many forget, however, that that a better balance of men and women in the workplace can also deliver an improved bottom line.
Politics are very important. But it shouldn’t be the number one decider for your investment actions.
Nobody likes paying taxes, but American CEOs in particular seem to be adept at finding new ways to minimize corporate taxes. As an example, consider the computer giant, Apple.
It’s really pretty simple – emotions are the main reasons the average investor fails. Investors fail because they panic in down markets and are overconfident in rising markets.
Forward-thinking business leaders should consider acquiring new or updated equipment before the end of 2016 to take advantage of legislation that both expands deductions and extends depreciation benefits for qualifying equipment purchases.
During its September meeting, the Federal Reserve decided against raising interest rates – as many had expected. While some are predicting a rate hike will occur in December, here's our prediction.
It’s a perplexing time for middle market Colorado executives who are deciding how best to raise capital for their companies. For starters, let’s look at a few recent examples of companies trying to navigate the present market.
We are more comfortable in situations when other people are doing the same thing we are. But with investing, when the herd moves one direction, it is sometimes wise to move in the other.
Cash gifts allow the recipient to spend the funds on any item or experience they want – which can be both good and bad. Small gifts of cash may do no harm, but what if the gift is a more sizable amount?
Where did we get the notion that only lower taxes will stimulate a business to spend money? For me and people like me, it’s actually the opposite.