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Colorado will lower the fee charged to dissolve a business to $10 from $25 starting in October, Secretary of State Wayne Williams said Wednesday.
Williams said technological and operating improvements have lowered costs in his office and new business filings have come in stronger than forecast. Together, the two trends created room to cut the fee and give a measure of relief to business owners who typically are under financial duress when they shut down.
In the 12 months ended June 30, the state counted 25,018 filings to dissolve a business. Assuming a similar number under the lower fee, the reduction to $10 could cost the state around $375,270.
Many businesses that call it quits don’t formally dissolve with the state and their filings turns delinquent.
Hundreds of Donald Trump supporters have gathered in a festive atmosphere at the Waukesha County Expo Center for his appearance at a rally tonight.
The program was scheduled to start at 6 p.m. and introductory speakers were expected to include Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, former Wisconsin Gov. Tommy Thompson and Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, a source told me.
The public address system inside the expo center dome was playing high volume classic rock – mostly the Rolling Stones and Elton…
Boeing has signed an agreement with Japan Airlines Co. to extend a spare parts management deal for another 10 years, the aircraft manufacturer said Wednesday.
The agreement, which Japan Airlines made under Boeing’s "Gold Care Expendables" program, helps the airline cut its operating costs. It requires Boeing to manage most of the Japanese carrier's spare parts inventory, providing items to the airline's mechanics as necessary for repairs or replacements.
"Our focus is on providing our customers…
Arizona fell into the middle of the pack on the latest rankings of business tax climate put together by the Tax Foundation.
The state ranked No. 21 on the Tax Foundation's 2017 State Business Tax Climate index.
Nevada (No. 5), Utah (No. 9), Texas (No. 14) and Colorado (No. 16) all ranked better than Arizona.
The index intends to show how well states structure their tax systems.
Donald Trump is slated to campaign in Loveland on Monday, a week after his much-watched, much-discussed debate with Hillary Clinton.
The Republican candidate for president is to headline a rally at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 3, at the Budweiser Events Center, with doors opening at 3 p.m.
> Click here for ticket information from Trump’s campaign website.
The New York businessman last campaigned in Colorado on Sept.