March 7, 2010 - 12:00 am
THE COMING SECOND WAVE: More homeowners whose mortgages are deeply underwater are considering “strategic defaults,” or just walking away from their mortgages. But there are some big financial consequences that homeowners could face if they do.
EXECUTIVE SNAPSHOT: Myron Martin, president and CEO of the Smith Center for the Performing Arts, discusses getaways to California wine country and his taste for Tex-Mex cuisine.
THIS WEEK’S LIST: Las Vegas industrial and office parks.
THIS WEEK’S BUSINESS PRESS POLL QUESTION
Log onto the Las Vegas Business Press Web site and let us hear your opinion on this week’s question.
With the immediate budget problems resolved, many Nevada legislators left the special session vowing to overhaul the state’s tax system when they return in 2011. Democratic and key Republican legislators say the tax system needs to be more broad-based rather than relying so heavily on just the gaming and mining industries . Possible solutions include a corporate business tax or switching to a property tax-based system.
Do you want Nevada legislators to overhaul the tax system in 2011 to make it more broad-based?
Answer at www.lvbusinesspress.com/poll/