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Tips & Strategies for Small Business Owners to Survive Tax Season

Written By:

Robert McKearin, Regional Executive, Bank of America

A new year brings a new tax season. April 18th is only a few weeks away – D-Day for many small business owners who are filing taxes. Whether you are a sole proprietor an individual running an organized business entity, filing taxes can be stressful, but the process for small business owners can be especially complex and overwhelming due to the daily demands on their time. With constantly changing tax laws and complex regulations, it can be difficult for small businesses to keep up and ensure they do not get penalized.

Metro Chamber Applauds Governor’s Strong Opposition to Nuclear Waste at Yucca Mountain

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LVChamber

Yucca Mountain

Las Vegas – Today, Kristin McMillan, president and CEO of the Las Vegas Metro Chamber, issued the following statement regarding efforts to resurrect the dormant plan to store nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain, as well as transport waste through Nevada. 

As Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval meets with federal officials and lawmakers, the Metro Chamber, as the largest business association in Nevada, applauds and supports Governor Brian Sandoval’s strong leadership in opposing any nuclear waste storage in Nevada.

Metro Chamber Cheers Approval of Raiders Relocating to Las Vegas

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LVChamber

Las Vegas – Today, Kristin McMillan, president and CEO of the Las Vegas Metro Chamber, issued the foll

Nevada Legislature formalizes opposition to revive Yucca Mountain

Written By:

Sean Whaley

CARSON CITY — A resolution restating the Legislature’s opposition to any effort to license Yucca Mountain as a high-level nuclear waste dump was endorsed Monday by Gov. Brian Sandoval and Attorney General Adam Laxalt.

Metro Chamber Announces Endorsements in Municipal Elections

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LVChamber

Las Vegas – Today, the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce released its endorsements in the upcoming municipal races.  The Primary Election is slated for Tuesday, April 4, and the General Election (if necessary) is Tuesday, June 13. 

The Metro Chamber’s endorsements are

City of Las Vegas

Ward 2 -  Bob Beers

Ward 4 – Stavros Anthony

 

City of North Las Vegas

Mayor – John Lee

Ward 1 – Isaac Barron

 

City of Henderson

Mayor – Debra March

 

Business Voice March 2017

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This issue delves into the minimum wage increase legislation from Carson City, and how it would impact Southern Nevada businesses professionals, their industries, and clients. Also in this issue: how to testify on legislation, using March Madness for a marketing campaign, and avoiding IRS audits.

Why Business Matters: The Metro Chamber's 2017 Legislative Agenda

Written By:

LVChamber

As the Nevada Legislative Session convenes on February 6, the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce will be there from Day One as the voice of business to stand up for pro-business and job-promoting legislation, and to stand up against legislative bills that will increase the cost of doing business and hinder economic prosperity for Nevada’s employers and their employees. This is what the Metro Chamber stands for every day as our number one priority.

Why Business Matters: A Message from Kristin McMillan

Written By:

Kristin McMillan

The Legislative Session is now upon us. While our government affairs team stakes its presence in our state’s capital and our team at Fennemore Craig begins its work alongside them to ensure the voice of business is heard throughout the halls of the Legislature, the Metro Chamber will be there, in Carson City, in the halls of our capitol, keeping you up-to-date every step of the way.