Amendment 54 Ruled Unconstitutional

From the Denver Post A voter-approved Constitutional amendment barring campaign contributions from unions and some state contractors was  ruled unconstitutional by the state Supreme Court. The 4-1 decision affirms a lower court ruling and potentially wraps up a 16-month-long fight over the constitutionality of a law that opponents said curbed free speech rights and which … Continue reading

Request for Comments on Emergency Regulations Covering Elimination of Certain Sales/Use Tax Exemptions

The Colorado Department of Revenue will issue emergency regulations regarding the following topics: Sales tax exemption eliminated for sales of energy used in manufacturing, processing, and the other enumerated uses occurring on or after March 1, 2010 and before July 1, 2012 Sales and use tax exemptions eliminated for nonessential articles and containers for food … Continue reading

Check it out! The CSCPA has recently launched a new Web site just for students, The Web site contains a plethora of information for students contemplating a career in accounting and those who have already made that declaration. The key navigation areas are: What is Accounting, How Do I Get Started, What’s Required to … Continue reading

Access this new HOT Topic video today

Have you been thinking about the future of your firm, succession planning, and grooming the next generation to become leaders? If you missed this year’s conference, Buying, Selling, Merging, Advancing, Retiring: Planning for You and Your CPE Firm’s Future, you now have the opportunity to watch the video and hear the experts discuss the following … Continue reading