State Sales Tax Refund Full-year Colorado residents, who were 18 or older as of January 1, 2022, are eligible for the state sales tax refund. To claim the state sales tax refund, your return must be postmarked by April 18, 2023. Use the modified AGI amount listed on line 32, and your filing status, to […]
Denver, Colo. – Beginning Monday, October 17, Colorado voters can call the Secretary of State’s Language Assistance Hotline for assistance with interpreting their ballot. The new hotline will allow Spanish, Korean, Chinese, Taiwanese or Vietnamese speakers to receive real-time translation of their ballot content from a live interpreter. Additional languages are available for interpretation upon request.
Denver, Colo. – Early in-person voting is now available statewide. Starting today, the minimum number of required drop boxes and voting centers must be open. This year, 411 drop boxes and over 350 voting centers will be available for eligible Colorado voters to submit their ballots for the November 8th General Election.
Retirement and the effects of aging come with a lot of changes, but at least one thing remains constant. Every April 15th, Uncle Sam wants to make sure you’re paying any taxes you might owe him.
By Eric Gonzalez ~ Health care has been in the news over the past few years. First the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, then efforts to repeal it, now efforts to undercut it. It is fair to say that healthcare news is often contradictory and confusing. Unfortunately, scammers are taking advantage of this […]
The analysts at Vivint Solar just released new data outlining how each generation feels about its impact on the environment. According to the report, over half of Baby Boomers were feeling guilty about the impact of their recycling habits and wasting energy in their homes. Additionally, this age group was concerned about leaving a good impression […]
Colorado pump prices to dip by at least a quarter ~ DENVER (Dec. 19, 2019) – Good news, Colorado: AAA forecasts that Centennial State motorists will enjoy some of the country’s most significant savings on gas heading into the new year, with pump prices expected to plummet by as much as a quarter in the coming […]
The field of candidates who will be on Colorado’s first Presidential Primary in 20 years has been largely established. The deadline to file to appear on the March 3 ballot was yesterday at 5 p.m. “Next year will be busy for Colorado voters, with three statewide elections taking place,” said Colorado Secretary of State Jena […]
Adams County will offer free recycling for live Christmas trees after the holiday season. Residents may drop off their Christmas trees from Thursday, Dec. 26, through Sunday, Jan. 12, at Riverdale Regional Park, 9755 Henderson Rd., Brighton, from sunrise to sunset. Signs will direct residents to the self drop-off site.
By Gail Rubin, CT ~ Whether a death in the family is expected or a total surprise, you need certain pieces of information about the people you love in order to fill out a death certificate. Gather up and keep this information in an easy-to-find file to make it easier to move through the end-of-life […]
Choosing the right health insurance plan becomes more and more important as we age. With many companies selling policies in Colorado, it is important to fully understand what each plan entails and how it pertains to your current situation. Benefits in Action is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide understanding, access, and utilization […]
By Eileen Doherty, MS ~ DENVER, Colo. – The Colorado Gerontological Society is excited to announce the launch of a searchable website of housing and home care services that is statewide at the 30th Annual Salute. Individuals looking for services spend endless hours searching for services to help loved ones find the “right” placement or […]
~ By Scott London, MD, Neurologist ~ Do I look alright? Is my face crooked? I feel so dizzy do I seem off balance? Why can’t you understand me when I speak? Stroke symptoms are multiple and serious. In fact stroke, the interruption of normal blood flow to the brain, is the presentation of sudden […]
~ By Ken Cohen, MD, FACP, Chief Medical Officer ~ Soon the pine pollen will be coating the cars in the morning. Certain individuals among us will greet the pollen with fits of sneezing, runny nose and itchy, watery eyes. Then there are those who do well until August when the grasses dry out and the […]
Taking good care of your vehicle’s tires will save you money and, perhaps, your life. In addition to lasting longer and helping with fuel efficiency, properly inflated and well-maintained tires support optimal handling and traction. No matter how old or new the vehicle, its tires should be inspected monthly and always before a long trip. […]