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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A unique Australian approach to treating addiction is giving new hope to Southern Nevada residents eager to kick alcohol or opiate dependency.
This week: “Lead Me Out to the Ballgame – Stories and Strategies to Develop Major League Leadership” by Howard C. Fero and Rebecca L. Herman, and “People Tools for Business: 50 Strategies for Building Success, Creating Wealth and Finding Happiness” by Alan C. Fox.
Whether you’re a young woman or seasoned soldier, you may know the terrors of the career-changer’s no-man’s land. The people you’ve known don’t grasp what you’re doing or why you’re doing it. Professionals wonder why you’re headed in their direction.
Sixteen publicly traded stocks selling for between a penny and a dime per share offer a low-cost way to own a piece of a company based in the Las Vegas Valley. Four more stocks trade for between a dime and a dollar per share.
Devin Brooks, CEO of Brooks Behavioral Healthcare Center, is pushing to reform the state’s program for Managed Healthcare Organizations.
After years of working, Xavier Peterson’s time spent is paying off in a big way.
Sometimes, it’s important to take stock to see where we’ve come from and where we’re headed.
A new year’s event, called Evolve Vegas NYE, is 20 months in the planning and has been about all her four-person staff has worked on since the doors of the Las Vegas Gay Visitors Bureau opened in mid-2013.
Desert Radiologists has opened a new diagnostic imaging office in northeast Las Vegas at 31 N. Nellis Blvd., bringing outpatient radiology services to east side residents for the first time.
Since its inception in 2006, more than 700 students have graduated from the Las Vegas-based Aveda Institute before going on to become cosmetologists and estheticians around the globe.
Two moms frustrated by grab-and-go breakfast options for their kids find success with a line of healthier foods.
You may have reasons to open markets abroad. Competition or lackluster reviews for your product or service in the United States may be among them. The drive for your product or service internationally, however, outstrips it domestically. Still, you face far more complex transactions because of language, culture and the intricacies of transportation and entry.
No matter how much you think you understand health insurance, someone will always throw you a scenario you didn’t expect. That’s the case with John McGrail of Las Vegas.
Wendy Avansino and her skincare product, “Alpha-Maximum,” which was designed for Nevadans, has made it to the big time.
The Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Nevada will host the Athena International Women’s Leadership Day Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 26 at the Monte Carlo.
Your standout feature may assume greater importance in an overseas job search than in this country.
Polly Weinstein, 27, debuted her collection, The Jeweler’s Daughter, in 2011 at Brett-Wesley Gallery in Las Vegas. Weinstein still keeps her collection close to home in the showroom of the Tower of Jewels on East Sahara. She said her collection brings a new twist to her father’s traditional designs.
The Gramercy, initially launched as Manhattan West in 2008, said in March that HMS Holdings Corp., a publicly traded provider of cost-containment solutions for the health care industry, would move in. HMS will take over about 80,000 square feet of space above the soon-to-open DW Kitchen + Market and Alex Stratta Italian Steakhouse.
The co-op business model is thriving locally, providing Southern Nevada with innovation, transparency and pricing value in several sectors. By avoiding the constrictions of shareholders and the need for aggressive pricing, industries are providing a different value proposition to the market.
Apple prepares to release its mobile payment service, set to hit the market in October as Apple Pay. The service has already drawn the attention of several major companies, including grocery stores and banks.
Here are five questions for UNLV’s hotel college dean.
There has to be a faster way for ill patients ensnared in coverage problems through Nevada Health Link to get help. And one local doctor said he has the answer.