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Colorado's 2018 Economic Outlook

Colorado has seen greater volatility in the coincident index in the last year, but it appears Colorado is becoming more average as opposed to a stellar performer.

Why Mining Matters to Colorado

From flicking a switch and heating our homes with electricity, to an array of materials made from steel and concrete, minerals are found in many of the products we rely on each day and coal alone reaps benefits that are widely felt in everyday life.

Tax Reform Spells Tax Relief for Colorado Businesses

TCJA affects businesses operating either as C corporations, sole proprietorships or pass-through business entities, e.g., S corporations, partnerships and LLCs taxed as partnerships.

We Need to Immigrants to Thrive

While Colorado is home to relatively fewer foreign immigrants, the state more than makes up for it with interstate in-migration.

Adjust Your Sails to Build Wealth

The most significant shift in the tax reform bill is a decrease in the top corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 21 percent – a monumental decline by any standards.

How Are 2017 Holiday Sales Faring So Far?

We’ll have to wait until January to see the final numbers, but if spending trends over the holidays are a good litmus test for the general state of the economy, I’d say things are looking moderately healthy.

Trump Tax Reform Summary

For corporations the rate is permanently reduced from 35 percent to 21 percent.

Post Tax Reform: The Financial Journey Ahead

The “theory” behind the tax cut is that businesses will reinvest this capital and therefore continue to drive the economy.

Low Unemployment Could Stymie State's Growth

Given the historically low unemployment rate, it appears further employment growth could be significantly hindered in 2018.

Are We Due For a Mass Exodus From Colorado?

There are still more people moving here than leaving, but the reasons people are giving are headed out will ultimately slow the population increases in the near future and have an impact on future real estate price appreciation.

How Does Denver's Consumer Price Index Stack Up?

Comparing the two rates is a good way to look at the Denver economy relative to the nation – higher inflation generally means a hotter economy.

Obscure Item in Tax Bill Costs Banks Billions and Increases Borrowing Costs

What is in the tax bill that is so different? The proposed tax bill changes the way mortgage servicing rights are treated.
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