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?
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.
Allowing ourselves to succumb to distractions means the valuable time we have for real thinking and execute on our work gets diluted because we’re breaking our time into one-minute increments on email.
Regardless of the path you're on and your goals for the future, there are many ways to achieve your own wonderful life. The key is to lead an authentic day to day now – the life you were born to live.
Natural flirtation is a part of life and done with the right intention and respect, a fun way to appreciate both the differences and commonalities between people.
Your energy flourishes in the presence of acknowledged worth, value and a sense of purpose: I am seen and I matter.
The 8th Annual GenXYZ event, Thursday, Jan. 18, was a smashing success thanks to the Most Influential Young Professionals who turned out to celebrate. Featuring Denver7 reporter Eric Lupher as emcee, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock made a special appearance.
Chosen from hundreds of nominations by a judging panel of editors, business leaders and former winners, ColoradoBiz magazine's 2018 Top 25 Young Professionals are standouts not only in their companies, but in their communities as well.
The company currently has 26 employees and more than 60 customers worldwide, half of which are Fortune 500 companies
Before he even graduated from the University of Denver, this fifth-generation Coloradan started his career in commercial real estate with a focus on often-overlooked rural communities throughout Colorado, Wyoming and Kansas
Matt Talbot serves as a hands-on adviser for Art Street, a Denver organization that uses the power of creativity to help youth break the cycle of generational poverty in Denver communities by gaining personal and economic stability through education, arts and technology, and employment training.
Sean Maley’s knowledge of the intricacies of Denver’s planning and zoning codes made him a participant in creating the city’s first-ever form-based zoning code and multiple other area plans completed in the last decade.