Peter Erickson worries a suggested move by the Internal Revenue Service to lower the reporting level for gambling winnings will change his casino habits. He’s not a high roller, but reducing the reporting rules for gambling winnings from $1,200 to $600, could hurt seniors like him through higher Medicare premiums.
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The Nevada Taxicab Authority will consider weighing in on the state debate over regulating Uber in a special meeting next week.
The party for the Florida senator will be at the home of “Pawn Stars” TV show star Rick Harrison on May 28.
Tourism is booming, the population is growing and the economy is heating up — a combination of factors that eventually led to Great Recession in 2007 and 2008. But a panel of forecasting experts speaking at an event heralding the publication of the 35th edition of “Las Vegas Perspective” on Tuesday say the conditions are different now than they were seven years ago.
Though frugal and concerned about their futures, millennials value seeing the world up close and in person — which comes at a price. Here are over 30 savings tips, sites and resources millennials and older generations alike can take advantage of to save on travel costs.
New York based Land and Buildings Investment Management ended its proxy fight with MGM Resorts International Tuesday.
MGM Resorts International has followed through with an application with state regulators to leave Nevada Power Co. and purchase its own electricity on the wholesale market, joining Wynn Las Vegas and Las Vegas Sands Corp.
Slot machine maker International Game Technology plans to sell its massive corporate Las Vegas campus.
Local real estate research firm SalesTraq reported that the median price for an existing single-family home reached $212,568 in April, up 10.7 percent from April 2014 and a post-recession high.
Consumer Reports never spent more on a car than on the all wheel drive version of the Tesla Model that it bought to review. But its reviewers soon ran into a unique problem — they couldn’t get in the car.
London-listed online gambling company Bwin.Party Digital Entertainment was at the center of a $1.7 billion takeover battle on Monday as its competitors circled with rival bids.
Timing is everything for creditors appealing the start date of the bankruptcy filing for Caesars Entertainment Corp.’s operating company in hopes of unlocking $468 million in value.
Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, you may obtain a free credit report from the three credit bureaus once every 12 months. When cash is on the line, you can’t afford to be complacent. Prioritize savings by reviewing your credit reports and keeping a watchful eye on the items below.
A Wall Street investment house downgraded the prospects for the three Nevada-based casino operators with expanding developments in the cratering Macau gaming market.
A poll conducted for a retail trade organization found that a majority of Nevada voters favor increasing taxes on cigarettes, big casinos and big-box stores to fund education.
In most cases your 30s and 40s are the prime of your life. Chances are you’re killing it in your career, earning more than ever before, expanding your family and maybe living in your white-picket-fence dream home.
A wave of resets on home equity lines of credit is set to wash over the Las Vegas Valley in coming years. For thousands of borrowers, it could be the crest that sinks them financially.
Once a Hollywood darling, the off-Strip Las Ramblas megaresort was a recession flop. Its vacant 60-acre site goes on sale Monday at a fraction of its past value.
A Las Vegas Realtor is taking on Seattle-based Zillow when it comes to the information consumers use in determining the value of their home.
Spain houses more than 200,000 slot machines countrywide. The payouts are not life changing for the customers and the gaming revenue doesn’t move the needle for operators.
Michael Huerta, head of the Federal Aviation Administration, will keynote a daylong aviation symposium in Las Vegas next month.
A Las Vegas bank that had planned to offer accounts to medical marijuana businesses has backed off, citing the astronomical cost of complying with federal regulations.
The trail of water twisted and turned from one condo unit to another, at Raintree West, 7950 W. Flamingo Road, in Las Vegas. Luckily for Dolores Hrovatin, 86, not everyone agreed she should foot the bill for what appeared to be her neighbor’s water issues.