Hercules gets canceled by Facebook. Listen to Kim’s podcast with Kevin Sorbo. Democrats attempt to influence streaming and cable companies to censor conservative voices heard on Fox, AON, etc. The radical left believes in “conserving” except when it comes to the American Idea. Colorado Senate Bill 21- 007 eliminates verification of “lawful presence” for an applicant seeking or renewing a license, certificate or registration.
Chris Cantwell, broker with Transworld Business Advisors, acknowledges that opportunities exist for entrepreneurs if they are willing to be the “first one in and the last one out.” Chris updates owners on the second round of PPP funds noting that the application is due by March 31st and changes in the SBA incentive package for acquiring a business. Give Chris a call at 844-SELL-BIZ for details.
Daniel Turner, Executive Director of Power the Future (powerthefuture.com), joins Kim to encourage listeners to call Senators Bennet and Hickenlooper and tell them to stand up for Colorado and against nominee for Department of Interior Secretary Deb Haaland. Haaland has stated in absolute terms that she opposes fossil fuels before working for her upgrade into the Biden administration. Much of Colorado’s economy is land based and needs someone to protect our farming, cattle grazing, oil, etc.
Jason McBride, Senior Vice President with Presidential Wealth Management, has the professional expertise to help you navigate to the finish line—the retirement you want and the income you need. Give Jason a call at 303-694-1600 to help place you in the right position in your journey.
Guest and show sponsor Roger Hays, owner of Premier Employer Services (premieremployerservices.com), gives a synopsis as to what to expect as a business owner in the 2021 Legislative Session. The Pay Equity statute went into effect January 1st and compliance is extremely important. A new bill is being finalized regarding anti-harassment at work. The basic premise sounds good but the details are alarming and harmful to business owners. Other bills are coming that will most probably eliminate arbitration and non-disclosures in workplaces. Colorado is mimicking the anti-business climate of California. Both the forced minimum wage push and the Paid Medical and Family Leave program passed last fall by voters will lead to loss of jobs throughout Colorado.