Many entrepreneurial individuals in Nevada may be thinking of starting a business in the current economic climate, which is as good as it has been for companies in decades. Taxes are low and, even though the job market can be tight, unemployment is the lowest it has been in almost 50 years. But, this can make it hard to find good workers, even though there are thousands of people out there who are looking for jobs. So, what do such entrepreneurial individuals need to know about business formation?
It takes ingenuity, determination and creativity to be successful in business, whether one is part of a large company or a small operation. Business owners usually have the ambition and self-motivation to make their companies a success. However, there likely is not a single business owner in Nevada who has not faced certain situation that can cause trepidation, like when legal issues are involved.
One hot topic in the news over the last several months has been Nevada's strict law requiring manufacturers of diabetic drug, as well as brokers in the pharmaceutical business called pharmacy benefit managers, to report certain data to the state, including profits.
Some real estate deals and other important business transactions are best accomplished with the help of others. A Henderson, Nevada, resident will therefore likely want to explore how to organize their business affairs in order to maximize their profit and protect themselves legally.
Growing businesses in Henderson, Nevada, and other parts of the greater Las Vegas area may come to a point in which they need to expand their operations in order to keep up their growth and profitability.
Many business owners in the Las Vegas area or in other parts of Nevada may be looking for opportunities to expand, especially since the economy seems to be doing fairly well right now.
Motel 6, a nationwide motel chain known for simple but adequate accommodations and affordable nightly rates, is under fire from the Attorney General of another state and several other quarters for allegedly violating consumer protection laws.
A previous post on this blog talked about the importance of having a regulatory compliance program in place.
Even smaller to mid-sized Nevada businesses need to concern themselves with what legal and business professionals call "regulatory compliance."
If you own a small business in Nevada, you know how important it is to differentiate yourself from the competition and protect certain information about your business. One of the ways that you can do this is by drafting non-compete agreements that are purposeful and enforceable.