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What I love most about Colorado, more than the 300+ days of sun every year and the glorious rocky mountains, are the people.  For the most Coloradans are risk taking job creators, starting new businesses from scratch out of their garages and turning passions for...

Worker Classification & the Colorado Department of Labor & Employment This post is about my experiences as they pertain to the Colorado Employment Security Act of 2013.  First off let me start by saying that there are some really good hard working bureaucrats paid by our tax...

I was brought in on another interesting file this week involving a US Citizen seeking expatriation that I was strongly advised to run away from by my mentors and friends simply because it is easy to paint a picture of these types of folks as having...

There are a LOT of people from Canada in Denver, Colorado where I spend the majority of my time as a student of the US tax code.  Many dual citizens got stung by the reasonably new US FBAR tax laws and there were some tragic...

As I have been helping my Mom transition into life as a widow many interesting facts have begun to resonate. Particularly intriguing for me today under Regs. §1.2-2(b)(4) parent(s) can be claimed as a dependent if you meet the usual support, citizenship, gross income, and joint return...

As many of you know that follow this blog my father recently passed away and I've been called upon to settle his financial affairs. My biggest fear is probate and after studying the tax code I have grown to be of the opinion that it is best...