Tag Archives: Colorado

Conflicting Tax Provisions in Colorado Constitution Remain Unresolved

The Colorado Constitution sets a fixed ratio between real property taxes collected from assessments on residential properties and real property taxes collected from assessments on commercial property. For this to happen, the legislature must adjust rates each year as assessments … Continue reading

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Workforce statistics in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Colorado

Jake again has another excellent report on employment and unemployment numbers. A recent report comparing Minnesota and Wisconsin leads Jake to point out how Minnesota job growth has outpaced Wisconsin, and that Wisconsin has trailed and even slowed when compared … Continue reading

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Can I Get My Colorado Restraining Order Removed?

By: Jessica A. Saldin If you are faced with a permanent protection order, it is not uncommon for one of the first questions you ask yourself to be, “is this restraining order truly permanent or can it ever be modified … Continue reading

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Colorado Announces Online Sales Tax Collection Starting November 1

The Colorado Department of Revenue has announced (news release image below) that it will require by regulation collection of sales tax by online sellers starting November 1, 2018. The department says the regulation is forthcoming but will adhere to a … Continue reading

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Join Us For Our Colorado Employment Law Update – Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018

2018 Employment Law Update – Denver, CO Please join us for our complimentary half-day seminar on the latest developments in labor and employment law. We’ll cover hot topics and offer practical tips on how to handle the most challenging workplace … Continue reading

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