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Accruit CEO Brent Abrahm Featured in Denver Business Journal

Accruit CEO Brent Abrahm is one of Denver's People on the Move, according to the Denver Business Journal. A recent article highlights Abrahm's appointment to the Board of Directors for Colorado Succeeds, a non-profit, non-partisan coalition of business leaders committed to improving the state's education system for workforce development and economic growth. "It is critical that students are equipped with the knowledge and skills to succeed in today's rapidly changing marketplace. As Accruit continues to grow, we understand how imperative it is that Colorado’s graduating students are workforce-ready and can compete on an international level”, said Abrahm, when asked about why he accepted an appointment to the board of directors of Colorado Succeeds.
Colorado Succeeds

Accruit CEO Brent Abrahm is one of Denver's People on the Move, according to the Denver Business Journal. A recent article highlights Abrahm's appointment to the Board of Directors for Colorado Succeeds, a non-profit, non-partisan coalition of business leaders committed to improving the state's education system for workforce development and economic growth.

"It is critical that students are equipped with the knowledge and skills to succeed in today's rapidly changing marketplace. As Accruit continues to grow, we understand how imperative it is that Colorado’s graduating students are workforce-ready and can compete on an international level”, said Abrahm, when asked about why he accepted an appointment to the board of directors of Colorado Succeeds.

Brent Abrahm is CEO, Co-Founder and Director of Denver-based Accruit, a company facilitating 1031 Refers to the "nature or character" of the property and not to its "grade or quality." That is, real property held for investment or the productive use in a trade or business may generally be exchanged on a tax-deferred basis for other real property. Personal property held for investment or the productive use in a trade or business may generally be exchanged on a tax-deferred basis for other personal property, provided the personal property is of "like kind" or "like class." Professional tax advice should be obtained when planning exchanges. Like-Kind Exchanges (LKEs) for real estate, business assets, collectibles and franchises.

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