Last month the Supreme Court made a very significant decision – they ruled unanimously that an inherited IRA is not a “retirement account.” This means that inherited IRAs are now NOT protected in the case of bankruptcy under federal law. The unanimous decision could have far reaching ramifications depending on your specific circumstances.
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You may have heard that Southwest Airlines is now flying internationally with routes to Montego Bay, Jamaica; Nassau-Paradise Island, Bahamas; Punta Cana, Dominican Republic; and Oranjestad, Aruba.
A routine check on national master-plan sales exposed a slowing new-homes market.
She’s Las Vegas’ queen of green. Annette Bubak, co-founder of the Green Alliance, is a longtime instructor who helps real estate agents learn about energy efficiency and green homes.
The idea of a full-scale smoking ban in Nevada casinos seems out of place. The “No Smoking” concept doesn’t fit the Strip’s “do anything” reputation.
Sin City? How about Beer City? The Las Vegas area is poised to tip beer glasses filled with an increased variety of new craft beers, with three microbrew businesses alone opening in the Eastgate commerce center’s “Booze District” in Henderson this year, while a fourth is debuting on Main Street in the Las Vegas arts district.
Now that Tamar Ofier, 26, has gotten her feet wet with her store Savvy Lingerie, which opened last September, she admitted she has loftier plans than one shop in Boca Park.
NAACP Chairwoman Roslyn M. Brock urged convention attendees in Las Vegas on Sunday to take action and vote in the midterm elections.
That wasn’t so bad. When the state Insurance Division released the health-plan premiums that insurers have proposed for 2015, the numbers held a couple of surprises.
Roz Santangelo is one of those airline industry lifers. Once you get in, you’re hooked and there’s no turning back.
The health club industry slimmed down in the recession. But with unemployment falling and the housing market rising, the sector is bulking up again.
Tony Hsieh’s Downtown Project has paid $3.48 million to purchase the land and the building housing the historic Atomic Liquors bar at 917 Fremont St., according to Clark County records.
There are all kinds of lotteries and this one is for food truck operators who want to vie for four spots in downtown Las Vegas. To be a winner, operators must register for the lottery by 5 p.m. Monday.
SALT LAKE CITY — Construction has begun on a $1.8 billion project to remake terminals at Salt Lake City International Airport.
Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air is catching up on its Friday flight schedule on Saturday after resolving a 7½-hour systemwide computer outage that forced airline personnel to check in passengers manually at airports across the country.
A Las Vegas attorney on Friday asked the state labor commissioner to fix what he called loopholes in the state’s minimum wage regulations that have resulted in workers being cheated out of either a higher wage or health insurance.
Nevada’s unemployment rate edged down in June on improved job growth. The state’s jobless rate fell to a seasonally adjusted 7.7 percent in the month, the state Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation reported.
A billing dispute has cost enrollees in the state’s health insurance exchange access to Southern Nevada’s largest oncology practice.
Federal authorities have charged FedEx Corp. with assisting illegal pharmacies by knowingly delivering dangerous drugs to customers without prescriptions.
It’s not a mini-blimp, and don’t call it a drone either. Micah Warren has poured $600,000 into his company, Carangi Airships Inc., to produce “airships,” including one debuting this week at the Thomas & Mack Center during Vegas Summer League.
RENO — The managers of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas have announced plans to open one at Lake Tahoe this winter after a $60 million renovation of the former Horizon Casino Resort at Stateline.
The company that manufactures organic fruit bars under the Trader Joe’s brand will relocate its corporate headquarters to Henderson and build a manufacturing plant that will provide more than 30 jobs.
The state will partner with the South Point to provide Nevada’s first indoor unmanned aerial vehicle test range.