Common Sense Policy Roundtable is a non-profit free-enterprise think tank dedicated to the protection and promotion of Colorado’s economy. CSPR actively follows tax and budget related legislation and initiatives.
Common Sense Policy Roundtable MISSION STATEMENT Common Sense Policy Roundtable is a non-profit, free-enterprise think tank dedicated to the protection and promotion of Colorado’s economy. CSPR actively follows tax and budget related legislation and initiatives. LETTER FROM THE BOARD Dear CSPR Supporters, 2012 was a year of continual success and challenges for Common Sense Policy Roundtable. Considerable progress has …View full post
Click to read where the candidates for State House and State Senate stand on the important issues facing Colorado’s economic well-being: Syndi Anderson - Senate District 14 Amy Atwood - House District 28 Francine Bigelow - Senate District 21 J. Paul Brown - House District 59 Rick Enstrom - House District 23 Jennifer George - House District 18 Lois Landgraf - House District 21 Clarice Navarro - …View full post
The continuing sluggish job numbers are a sober reminder that a full economic recovery is still well beyond the horizon. As weary job creators search for solutions and opportunities to kick start their businesses, we have repeatedly heard their pleas to state and federal lawmakers to ease onerous regulations, reduce tax burdens and for them to …View full post
View a pdf of this document 262 kb pdf Christopher M. Reimer* ALL RIGHTS RESERVED I. WHY SHOULD COLORADO RESIDENTS SETTLE WYOMING TRUSTS? Colorado does not offer the ideal location for settlors seeking to use trusts to preserve dynastic family wealth, particularly in comparison to Wyoming, its northern neighbor. While both Colorado and Wyoming allow …View full post