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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?

Managing a Seasonal Business in Colorado

The tricky part is keeping things going year-round, or at least as much as possible.

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.

Are You Ignoring Your Competition?

With proper research and preparation, you can better serve your customers because you will know what to offer to compete (beyond just lowering your price.)

5 Key Financial Steps to Take Before Tying the Knot

The conversation around merging finances - and financial habits - isn't nearly as pleasant as some of the common perks of wedding planning, but it's arguably the most critical and requires a plan of its own.

Avoid Emotional Investment Decisions

Focusing on short-term performance can distract investors from more meaningful factors and lead to suboptimal investment decisions

Simplicity and Structure Lead to Success

Why can some leaders successfully drive change with speed and others overcomplicate issues?

Go Vertical to Meet Your Net New Customer Goals in 2018

Going vertical allows businesses to specialize in a niche market by offering products or services that meet the needs of a specific group or demographic.

Setting the Cyrptocurrency Record Straight

All cryptocurrencies have a tendency to fluctuate wildly in valuation. Millions are made and lost as the price of cryptocurrencies rise and plunge with reckless abandon.

Time is on Your Side, Bonds are Not

According to the Society of Actuaries, 40 percent of retirees underestimate the life expectancy of people their age by at least five years.

The Essential Ingredients for Follow-Up and Follow-Through

By thanking the team for its accomplishments and commitment to your organization, you're guiding them to look at the big picture, the larger goals and ambitions, not just a slip-up.
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