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How to multiply your legacy by transformational giving

Do you ever wonder what kind of legacy you will leave behind? Will it be material possessions, your family business or your reputation? Will it be the charities you supported and your servant leadership that will be honored and duplicated in generations to follow? The Apostle Paul said, “Each of you should give what you… Continue Reading How to multiply your legacy by transformational giving

The current hostility between Mayor Steve Bach and City Council is divisive, disruptive and counterproductive to the future well-being of Colorado Springs. It is inhibiting our community’s efforts to move forward economically because our city leadership can’t agree on a common game plan. It is seriously damaging our ability to repair long-neglected infrastructure because we… Continue Reading Stormwater ballot issue the best solution

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Springs’ economic preamble to our future

By Tom Binnings Summit Economics Colorado Springs has reached a critical moment in its economic history. This moment is similar in profile to the city’s founding in the 1870s, the Gold Rush around 1900, then World War II followed by the Cold War, and finally the growth of high-tech manufacturing and information technology in the… Continue Reading Springs’ economic preamble to our future

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Philharmonic provides free concert tickets to kids

The Colorado Springs Philharmonic announced Free for Kids, a new initiative making performances available and more accessible to young people and their families, beginning Aug. 15. Made possible in part by the GE Johnson Construction Company, the philharmonic will give free tickets to young people ages 7-17 when accompanied by a regular-price adult ticket (up to… Continue Reading Philharmonic provides free concert tickets to kids

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July real estate stats bring positive details

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Some interesting facts came to mind as I was looking over the new Pikes Peak Association of Realtors report. While local sales are basically the same as they were a year ago, the full report includes an “investor snapshot” that indicates single family/patio homes sales in July were the highest for the month since 2007.… Continue Reading July real estate stats bring positive details

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Several years ago the Institute of Medicine, health arm of the National Academy of Sciences, revealed something startling about U.S. health care: Many Americans get too much; at the same time, others get too little. And both groups have a good chance of receiving care that could injure or even kill them. That framework for… Continue Reading What happens when we get too much health care?

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I t’s been said there are two times in life when you are truly alone: just before you die and just before you deliver a five-minute speech. Stage fright can be terrifying, but it doesn’t have to be paralyzing. Delivering more than a thousand speeches teaches one about getting through to the audience.  Because I… Continue Reading Some tips for making the most of speaking opportunities

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Low Interest Rates are Here to Stay. Help Solve the Interest Rate Puzzle. Five Reasons Rates Will Stay Low for the Next Decade. If these headlines sound familiar, we subscribe to similar news sources. Having survived the Great Recession, many now wonder when the Federal Reserve will reverse its low-interest-rate policy and start to raise… Continue Reading The effects of a low-interest-rate environment

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How to avoid getting hit by Wage and Hour

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Employers, HR directors and payroll managers have a lot on their plate with compliance. It’s extremely difficult to stay up on all the changes and details of local, state and federal employment compliance topics. Wage and Hour investigations might not be as familiar as OSHA or IRS audits, but their notoriety is increasing due to… Continue Reading How to avoid getting hit by Wage and Hour

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As we read about the latest bank settlement with the federal government, it may seem that $7 billion is a hefty fine to be paid by Citigroup. Apparently it’s not. Citigroup’s shares were up 3 percent after the settlement, so someone must think it’s a good deal. Some may argue any settlement is better than… Continue Reading Who should be culpable for Citigroup’s bad dealings?

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