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St. Patrick’s to host fall-prevention seminars

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Jeff Westmoreland, PTA, will present seminars offering valuable information on how to strengthen our bodies and prevent ourselves from falling. These will be…

Division of Insurance warns about scams related to Anthem breach

By Vincent Plymell Special to The SUN The Colorado Division of Insurance (DOI), part of the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), said that current and former Anthem policyholders in Colorado…

Tax refund option helps low and middle-income families save for college

By Susan Hagar Special to The SUN CollegeInvest, Colorado’s state-sponsored 529-college savings program, announced the addition of a new direct deposit option on this year’s tax form, allowing Colorado taxpayers…

Downtown Task Force assists with grant to hire staff

The Downtown Task Force (DTF), which has been working with Downtown Colorado Inc., since 2012 to form some type of development authority, met last week with Pagosa Springs Town Manager…

Fraudulent tax returns discovered

By Ro Silva Special to The SUN The Colorado Department of Revenue (CDOR) recently discovered potential fraudulent activity on 2014 income tax returns filed electronically through commercial third-party tax preparation…

LEAP offers Coloradans more than just help with home heating bills

By Kris Kitto Special to The SUN The Low-income Energy Assistance Program’s (LEAP) primary mission of helping Coloradans pay winter home heating costs is complemented by two crucial programs: the…

Remote testimony tested on bills in legislative session

We’re already about a third of the way into the 2015 legislative session. Bills are being heard in committees and, if approved, move to the Senate floor for debate and…

2014 tax changes: health care law brings updates to tax forms; other benefits renewed

By Karen A. Connelly Special to The SUN This year, there are some changes to tax forms related to the Affordable Care Act. Along with a few new lines on…

The Community Foundation serving Southwest Colorado infuses more than $1.4 million into nonprofits

By Ricky Green Special to The SUN In 2014, the Community Foundation serving Southwest Colorado infused more than $1.4 million into southwest Colorado. There were $205,337.48 in grants facilitated through…

Connect for Health Colorado provides new tax form for customers

By Curtis Hubbard Special to The SUN Connect for Health Colorado is mailing a new tax form to all of its customers who purchased health insurance in 2014 to assist…