NCET Biz Tips Newsletter
Jan 18, 2019
Legislative Preview:
Impact on Business
Jan 24 - 11 am
Pricing Creativity with Blair Enns
Feb 6 - 11:30 am
Click Bond
Feb 13 - 5:30 pm
The start of a new odd-numbered calendar year in Nevada means it is time for a new legislative session in Carson City. This session brings added intrigue because we have Steve Sisolak, who will be the first Democrat to...

The Nevada Department of Business and Industry is committed to helping people start and grow businesses in Nevada. One way they do this is by connecting you with the right business support resources across the state, and they have two free...

WNC offers certifications during spring semester that could lead to employment in industries such as manufacturing, information technology, computer-aided drafting, welding, and...

Jen Gurecki — the founder of Reno-based Coalition Snow — recently found herself on the same list as the Tesla CEO in Entrepreneur magazine’s “50 Most Daring Entrepreneurs of 2018” issue in November...

Hack #4 – How you pay your peeps matters. Generally, single entrepreneurs with pass-through income or other qualified business income over $157,500 will be limited on their §199A deduction, if you don’t have...

Kieckhefer: What I’ve learned, primarily, is that we’ve got a great group of legislators interested in the subject and want to work on it. And that’s the best takeaway we could probably have. What we need is...

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