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Las Vegas Metro Chamber’s Government Affairs Committee 2018 Election Endorsements
Las Vegas Metro Chamber’s Government Affairs Committee issues candidate endorsements for upcoming municipal and state elections. Not every local and state race receives an endorsed candidate, and at this time, the Metro Chamber does not issue endorsements for federal races or judicial elections. See the full list of endorsed candidate here.
The IOLTA Report: Justice for All?
Expressing Gratitude to Veterans
It is widely recognized that veterans are why we enjoy our freedoms, and we look forward to celebrating veterans’ successes and sacrifices in November.
But did you know?
- Veteran unemployment is nearly twice the national average
- One of three Mideast veterans suffer from PTSD or Traumatic Brain Injury
- There remains a backlog of claims at the VA
- A third of all homeless citizens in America are veterans
- Veterans’ risk of suicide is 22% higher than that of the general population
Four Smart Reasons to Outsource Payroll
If your company is focused on generating higher profits, you may think it makes economic sense to do as much as possible in-house. But take a look at four smart reasons to outsource payroll:
1. Save time. Getting payroll calculated, processed and distributed takes countless hours. Computer glitches, power outages, time off the job and other unforeseen problems can make it take even longer. Your time and resources can be better used doing what you do best.By leaving payroll to the experts, you can spend more time paying attention to your customers and clients. Payroll professionals are prepared for emergencies and can get checks out when you need them.
Bank of Nevada is Helping to Prepare Students for a Solid Financial Future
Financial Cents Program Prepares Students for Life’s Financial Decisions
LAS VEGAS - October 18, 2018 - More than 50 students at Desert Pines High School were recognized for their successful completion of the Bank of Nevada Financial Cents Program, an effort to provide students in Southern Nevada with the smart money skills they need to be better-informed consumers.
During a brief ceremony, Bank of Nevada volunteers and Desert Pines High School educators congratulated students on becoming better-informed consumers and also presented each student with a certificate showing they completed the Financial Cents program.