Americans around the country will begin filing their income taxes as the filing period opened this week, but many could experience major delays from the Internal Revenue Service, which still has millions of unprocessed returns from last year.
Colorado and other states are hoarding more than $6 billion intended for struggling families, according to new analysis.
A task force charged with addressing homelessness and affordable housing across Colorado is expected to release recommendations on how to invest some $400 million in federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds later this month.
The new Colorado minimum wage took effect January 1.
Since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's eviction moratorium expired in August, eviction court filings in Nebraska are on the rise.
Some Colorado consumers can expect to see a significant increase to the energy bills this winter, according to recent filings with the state's Public Utilities Commission.
With gas prices rising significantly this winter, you need to find a few ways to cut costs. These are tips for lowering your heating bill this winter.
When people take out student loans for themselves, certain risks are involved. The debt can negatively affect a person's mental, emotional and even physical well-being. It can also harm a person's financial well-being. When taking out a student loan for one's child, the risk is even higher.
A new report estimated the annual cost of elevated inflation this year will be around $3,500 per household.
Prices in Colorado's largest metro area are up 6.4% so far this year, according to an analysis of Consumer Price Index data.