Nevada has long touted itself has having a favorable business and tax climate as it lures companies from other states and watches startups spring up.
Christopher McGarey, founder and team leader of The McGarey Group at Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, Nevada Properties, has learned to take charge and meet challenges over his lifetime, both in his personal life and professional career in real estate.
Today, contractors and workers have made safety an overriding priority and one company — World Wide Safety, a consultant that advises contractors — handed out 45 awards to companies and individuals on Jan. 25 as part of its second Annual Safety Awards in which more than 200 people attended at Enclave Las Vegas.
Southern Nevada’s economy is booming back from the Great Recession and now is not the time and alter course and cut incentives and other programs contributing to job growth, according to two economic development leaders.
The luring of the Raiders corporate headquarters and practice facility to West Henderson will be a boon for attracting other businesses to the corridor and creating jobs, according to Barbra Coffee, the city’s director of economic development and tourism.
The closure last week of the Lucky Dragon’s casino and restaurant operations sent a minor jolt to Las Vegas to open 2018, but it gets a shot in the arm this week as more than 170,000 people descend on the Strip for the Consumer Electronics Show.
The Las Vegas casino industry is back from where it was prior to the Great Recession and will further expand in 2018, according to a prominent Las Vegas gaming attorney.
Commercial real estate is expected to be one of the big winners of the GOP tax bill signed into law by President Donald Trump, and some suggest Las Vegas could further benefit from California residents fleeing for tax gains.
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.