Planning for changes in the tax laws — even when no one is sure what they will be as Congress drags its feet ahead of November’s midterm elections — is the most important piece of advice local accountants and tax professionals recommend for small-business owners.
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Goodwill of Southern Nevada has broken ground on three new locations for Goodwill retail stores and drive-thru donation centers.
We are witnessing the arrival of a new economic model that we have yet to understand fully. Although this new, conceptual economic model is unfolding gradually, the knowledge economy is changing rapidly.
Lance Bradford wears a variety of hats. He’s a certified public accountant and co-founder of L.L. Bradford & Co., a local accounting firm. He’s also CEO of Stable Development, which recently added the Longford Medical Center to its growing portfolio.
In Southern Nevada, the voices are getting louder. Uber is coming.
In five years of working as a certified business mentor with SCORE, Raj Tumber has seen his share of entrepreneurs with growing pains. He’s counseled a wide range of business owners through the roller coaster ride that has been the local economy.
Southern Nevada auto dealers are belatedly embracing the state’s new Electronic Dealer Report of Sale program, just as the Department of Motor Vehicles ramps up its enforcement of the program, promising fines for noncompliance.
The grand opening of Downtown Summerlin’s new shopping and entertainment center has passed, but that doesn’t mean you’ll stop hearing about the project’s launch.
They could put off the inevitable for only so long. Now, locals who renewed health insurance early in 2013 to delay complying with mandates in the Affordable Care Act are feeling the effects of the law.
The opening of Downtown Summerlin will dramatically change the commercial real estate market in Southern Nevada, five senior industry executives agree. But they differ on just how those changes will be felt in the valley’s submarkets.
The Nevada District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration seeks nominations for its signature statewide 2015 Small Business Awards.
Bryce Wisan is president of the Nevada Society of Certified Public Accountants, Las Vegas Chapter, and manages a team of six at Wisan, Smith, Racker & Prescott LLP.
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Although efficiency and cost-cutting in the workplace often require swift action, the uncertainty in many industries can’t help fostering overthinking. This habit, at its worst, keeps people from acting at all. Interpersonal overthinking may undermine existing relationships and postpone new ones.
As companies seek lower operating costs and easy access to major highways as well as air and rail freight to transport their products, Las Vegas has become a hub for distribution centers, which are sprouting up across the valley.
Local leaders from fashion, business and the arts have joined together to form the Las Vegas Fashion Council , a not-for-profit trade association that seeks to diversify and expand the Las Vegas economy through the efforts of the fashion industry.
Bob Scucci, the director of race and sports for Boyd Gaming Corp., said the company’s recent launch of its mobile wagering application could bring more gamblers into the fold.
From computers to cars and smart phones, the world has become connected in new and amazing ways. But an owner of a local tech company says that’s just the beginning of the next big era of technology.
Technology is an ever-evolving world for small and midsized businesses. It’s a challenge to keep up to date on what to add for your business. Make the wrong choice and you’re out business capital or, worse, you fall behind the competition.
Southern Nevada’s new-homes market continued its middling 2014 performance in August. Builders closed on 530 homes in the month, bringing 2014’s total to 3,733 — a 25.7 percent drop from the same period in 2013, according to local analysis firm Home Builders Research.
Community collaboration will be the key to success for an ambitious plan to expand free clinic services to downtown Las Vegas, according to the leader of the nonprofit organization leading the effort.
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