Following President Donald Trump’s recent announcement to impose trade tariffs on imported steel and aluminum a lot has been written and spoken in the media against such a move. Most of it was negative, falsely creating gloom and doom scenarios and improperly labelling it as a protectionist measure.
Many local businesses are concerned with how to drive more customers or clients through online awareness and search rankings, but internet marketing tactics can seem quite overwhelming. It’s easier now more than ever to incorporate a strategy for driving more business leads through SEO, and by dedicating a little time and effort on the forefront, you can see major results through increased traffic and sales. Here are a few tips on how you can gain a competitive advantage for your business with SEO tactics.
For nearly 20 years, Las Vegas has served as an ideal host for the largest and most important Native American business event in the country. Attracting more than 2,000 people to the Entertainment Capital of the World, the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development’s Reservation Economic Summit, or RES, will return to the iconic The Mirage from March 5-8.
As we start to roll through 2018, the challenges of legalized marijuana continue for Nevada employers.
The new tax legislation, The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, drops the corporate tax rate to 21 percent and offers a 20 percent deduction (with some limitations) for owners of pass-through entities. Now is the time to reevaluate your entity structure to insure that, based on your business and growth proforma, you are configured in an entity that will result in the lowest taxes paid.
The new year is a time for reflection, and also a time of change for many. Often, it’s a great time for aspiring business owners in Las Vegas to make the leap into their entrepreneurial pursuits.
The pros and cons of multilateral and bilateral agreements do not seem to favor one type over the other. However, it is unclear that without the U.S. participation and leadership as a chief advocate what fate multilateral deals will face and whether globalization will continue. This is an interesting experiment awaiting results.
As of the writing of this article, the House of Representatives and the Senate have just reconciled and passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. With the tax cuts and changes confirmed, the act is ready for the president to sign. Now, Southern Nevada businesses are wondering how these changes will ultimately affect their 2018 taxes.
Many Southern Nevada business leaders consider it a priority to invest in local institutions, to help promote quality of life in their community.
The holiday season is in full swing, and most Americans are ready to celebrate — and spend. According to PwC, 83 percent of U.S. consumers will spend more than $1,100 this season, up 6 percent from last year.