Known as America's Loneliest Road, this stretch of Nevada highway cuts through a vast expanse of desert.

Home Means NEVADA

  • Nevada was made famous by the 1859 discovery of the Comstock Lode, the richest known U.S. silver deposit.
  • Nevada is the largest gold-producing state in the nation. It is second in the world behind South Africa.
  • Nevada is the gambling and entertainment capital of the United States.
  • While Nevada is mostly desert and open range, the Sierra Nevada Mountain range near Reno and the Ruby Mountains near Elko have snow for half the year.
  • Nevada has more mountain ranges than any other state, with its highest point at the 13,145 foot top of Boundary Peak near the west-central border.
  • In 1899 Charles Fey invented a slot machine named the Liberty Bell. In 1999 Nevada had 205,726 slot machines, 1 for every 10 residents.

Why Nevada?

Current Population Washoe County: 438,100

Cost of Living:

  • Average Reno Home Price: $385,000
  • Average 1 bedroom apartment $1000/mo

Reno Business and Gaming

When people think of Reno, they think of gambling. However, over the last couple of decades, Reno and Sparks have become much more than just gaming cities. With many prominent corporations residing in the area, INC Magazine rated Reno as the sixth best spot to do business for a mid-sized city.

Nevada Tax Structure

Nevada’s tax structure continues to be one of the least burdensome in the country, allowing both business and employees to flourish.

Nevada has NO:

  • Corporate Income Tax
  • Unitary Tax
  • Inventory Tax
  • Estate and/or Gift Tax
  • Personal Income Tax
  • Franchise Tax
  • Inheritance Tax
  • Special Intangible Tax

Additional Advantages of Doing Business in Nevada:

  • Stockholders, directors and officers need not live or hold meetings in Nevada
  • Directors need not be stockholders
  • Officers and directors of a Nevada Corporation can be protected from personal liability for lawful acts of the corporation
  • Nevada corporation may purchase, hold, sell or transfer shares of its own stock

U.S. Best States for Doing Business:

Chief Executives’ annual survey asked over 600 CEOs to grade each state on the following criteria:

  • Taxation & Regulation
  • Workforce Quality
  • Living Environment
  • State of Nevada ranked #9

Courtesy of EDAWN

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