(Washington, D.C.)–Nevada has the 3rd best tax climate in the U.S. according to the latest edition of the State Business Tax Climate Index, released this morning by the nonpartisan Tax Foundation. The Silver State’s rank […]
(Washington)–The extension to file your tax returns is about to run out. The Internal Revenue Service is urging taxpayers whose tax-filing extension runs out on Oct. 15 to double check their returns for often-overlooked tax […]
Sparks Assemblyman calls Tesla plant the biggest thing to hit the state since the Hoover Dam was built.
Three people were arrested in Northern California this week in connection with a tax refund scheme in Nevada.
The IRS tells KXNT phone scams have ramped up in recent weeks. Alleged scammers are calling people’s homes and demanding payment on an outstanding obligation.
Nevada businesses will be saving some money next year.
A state board is poised to consider a request from the Nevada Department of Taxation for money to implement medical marijuana dispensaries.
The 2013 Legislature ended its regular session by passing a number of key bills in one day, including five measures to fund the state budget for the next two years.
Consequences of removing constitutional tax measures for the mining industry was the focus of lengthy debate before an Assembly panel, with the mining industry saying it would reduce their tax burden and legislative lawyers saying otherwise.
The Assembly has approved a bill allowing school boards to impose a homeowner’s fee to fund vocational programs.