Back in January, I wrote about the Tax Rules of Virtual Currency. Well now there was a new blurb in the news about what IRS is now doing to catch folks who think they can hide their profits from crypto transactions.
The number of coworking spaces worldwide is projected to reach almost 20,000 in 2021 and hit 40,000 by 2024
There is an old saying, “Cash is King!” but not everyone accumulates the amount of cash they would like or need to buy a home.
Las Vegas is bouncing back to pre-coronavirus pandemic levels, with new economic reports showing increases in airport passengers and tourism
If you’re in the market for a new heating or cooling system, you may be tempted to go big. Whether you are replacing or upgrading your existing system or building a new home, here are a few points to keep in mind to help you steer clear of avoidable HVAC problems.
The Carson Nugget will host a job fair Wednesday, April 28, from 2-4 p.m. to fill positions in full-time and part-time capacities and for all shifts.
For the first time since the pandemic began, gaming win exceeded $1 billion in March.
The Small Business Administration is offering grants to restaurants, bars and other businesses through the Restaurant Revitalization Fund.
I have to say, when I travel, I love to pop my iPhone out and pull up Uber or Lyft. They work so cool! From the picture of the car and driver to the real-time map showing their progress coming to you.
We’ve all seen the scary ads saying title crime is on the rise that go on to say the FBI supports their warning statements.
The Nevada Appeal’s new mobile app is now available for download on Android and Apple devices.
One of the biggest casino projects ever on the Las Vegas Strip has set a date to open, after more than seven years of planning and building.
The 80,000-square-foot Legends Bay Casino is anticipated to open in the summer of 2022 — 15 years after the first iteration of the project was planned in 2007.
“Home prices can’t keep accelerating at these prices. You just have to hope for a soft letdown instead of a crash," says longtime Reno developer Perry Di Loreto. The NNBW recently spoke with Di Loreto and three other regional homebuilders to discuss the challenges they face in meeting the region’s pressing need for residential housing.