The old saying goes that there are two inevitabilities in life -- death and taxes. In many states, death triggers yet another tax for the survivors of the deceased.But Colorado residents are lucky to live in a state that no longer collects estate taxes. Changes...
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As people are living longer, due to both healthier lifestyles and medical advances, it is becoming increasingly common that Denver residents find themselves rearing children while taking care of elderly parents.When those elderly parents suffer from dementia related...
Nobody likes to dwell on their own mortality or impending physical or mental decline, but many Denver residents are relieved after securing long-term care for their future.In a single year, nearly 10 million Americans required long-term care. While 63 percent were...
Colorado residents who are looking for worthy recipients to list as beneficiaries of some or all of their assets after their death might want to consider the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.It can be especially easy to help animals needing...
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