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Colorado could be one of the first places in the world to get a working Hyperloop high-speed travel system.
Denver7's Anne Trujillo tell us how you can get a job in the construction industry in no time.
State, federal and private wildlife and transportation groups met this week at Colorado's inaugural "Wildlife and Transportation Summit." Inspired by the success of the wildlife crossing project on Highway 9 in Grand County, the 2-day event focused on developing a statewide action plan to improve highway safety and to protect the state's wildlife resources. Similar wildlife crossings, like those used on Highway 9, are being considered in other areas of the state to provide safe travel for motorists and wildlife alike.
Street racers have the concern of the community and more.
http://license.cocpa.org The Colorado Society of CPAs has put together this video and accompanying website to help you get your CPA certificate renewed quickly and easily. Throughout this guide we’ll review what you need to know to keep in good standing with the state of Colorado and point you towards resources you can use. Remember that we’re always just a phone call away if you have any questions not covered in the next few minutes. Give us a call at 303-773-2877 and we’ll help you find answers to your individual concerns. Ready to renew? Watch the video and visit http://license.cocpa.org to review the details.
Do you have a particularly thorny problem and need assistance with the Colorado Department of Revenue? COCPA is here to help.
Every year, CPAs and business professionals gather at the Not-for-Profit Conference to understand the latest issues and trends in the NFP sector. Attendees learn more about leading non-profit organizations through unique challenges and how to provide effective guidance to accomplish their organization’s mission.
The COCPA Financial Literacy Committee has developed a three-part program: Financially Fit Aging: For You and Your Parents. This session Protecting Yourself and Your Family–Putting Your Affairs in Order covers wills, important health documents, transfer of assets, how to handle digital assets, and other information on dealing with the financial issues of aging and dying.