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How to Help Your Aging Parents

In addition to figuring out how to address a myriad of medical issues, you might also be struggling with how to help your parents navigate their finances.

The Most Important Business Deal of Your Life?

When you think of a business deal, you may think about the stakeholders coming together and professionally hashing out a rational agreement that is as mutually advantageous as possible for all the participants.

How Companies Can Boost Their Employee Well-Being Programs

More than half (53 percent) of employees with access to a company wellness program say the initiative has made a positive impact on their health

8 Ways to Throw a Successful Pity Party

Protecting your struggle is a sure sign that you (your identity, beliefs and capabilities) have become captive to the struggle.

5 Traits of Successful Solopreneurs

Typically, a solopreneur’s income is a direct result of his or her skills, personality or presence. In other words, if you’re a solopreneur, your business doesn’t operate without you.

12 Proven Techniques to Build Self-Confidence

A healthy self-confidence – scientifically known as self-efficacy – helps you be your best under stress, and almost everyone wants more of it.

Colorado Plays With House Money

Nationally, golf’s numbers are dismal. But in Colorado, the romance between golf and real estate has rekindled.

2018 Lull is Inevitable

The City Park golf course will reopen with a new, modern layout and practice areas, and a clubhouse designed to take in views of the city’s ever-changing skyline.

Colorado Golf Meeting Destinations

Want to figure out how to work golf into your corporate meeting or event? These properties can help.

Par Would be a Winning Score for Denver Golf in 2018

Golf has merely held steady, at par for the course.

Corporate Golf's Day of Reckoning

Is it any wonder that CEOs, meeting planners and the resort sales folks who bank on corporate outings could be feeling a little self-conscious about mixing golf and business?

Your "A" Team of Advisors After a Divorce

In 2019, the spouse paying alimony can no longer deduct that expense on their tax return and the spouse receiving the alimony no longer has to pay income taxes on any of the income received.
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