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3675 S Rainbow Boulevard No. 100, Las Vegas, NV 89103

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Las Vegas

3324 S McCarran Boulevard, Reno, NV 89502

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Reno

1003 Idaho Street, Elko, NV 89801

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Elko

642 E Horizon Drive No. 100, Henderson, NV 89015

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Henderson

4850 Sun Valley Boulevard, Sun Valley, NV 89433

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Sun Valley

6181 S Rainbow Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89118

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Las Vegas

642 E Horizon Drive No. 100, Henderson, NV 89015

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Henderson

2301 E Sunset Road, Las Vegas, NV 89119

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10611 S Eastern Avenue, Henderson, NV 89052

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10611 S Eastern Avenue, Henderson, NV 89052

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Frequently asked questions about nevada money

  • Simple, out of touch sheer stupidity. I have no other words. ELECT HER NEVADA, see what happens to your state.....lol These people are as foolish as can be. They can GET OFF MY LAWN
  • She seems to be another attractive female conservative candidate with clueless thoughts about how dumb her ideas sound. Perhaps Palin can start a new club for conservative women like her to spread their gospel amongst those that are more attracted to their looks than their thoughts.
  • I saw a tea beggar chewing on a ink pen. It must have been yummy
  • I'm a liberal and I'm going to need some sort of link from you to show that even Teabaggers are that crazy.
  • Sounds like the right has found Sarah's replacement....
  • Leftists want us to wipe our azz with the US dollar, so what's your point?
  • Try using Yahoo! as it was intended a search engine to find your answer.
  • Nothing in Nevada but foreclosed houses and prostitutes (Harry Reid).
  • 12 dollars. Trini dollars
  • Lots of foreclosed houses there.
  • Buy Alaska instead, oil there.
  • not much..but Vegas will cost ya.....
  • if i had the money to do so? las vegas is a really cheap place to live, so i don't get this question..
  • people go to las vegas to lose money lol
  • how much money r u talking with no credit card bills ?
  • A resident deer tag is only $30, but there is a lottery for the deer tags in April and most people who enter don't get a tag. By the way, its mostly desert mule deer, at least in Southern Nevada. Check out the NV Dept of Wildlife's website for complete information: www.ndow.org
  • aha, tricky question, huh? You can't buy a tag for whitetail deer in Nevada. Mule deer only. And you forgot to specify resident or non-resident, guided or non-guided. Lots of variables. Go to their web site and you can find all the info you need. http://www.ndow.org/
  • I agree with the last post. You will not have any problem getting money with your card but don't do it in a casino ATM or you will end up paying up to $5 per transaction. Here is a lost of ATM's around the Vegas strip where you can do your withdrawals with minimal ATM fees. http://www.lasvegas-how-to.com/las-vegas...
  • You should have no problem as Cirrus is the same as MasterCard. As long as it has the Cirrus logo you will be fine. DO NOT PULL OUT MONEY IN A CASINO ATM. Better to use a bank as the charges are much cheaper at the bank. Can get very expensive using the casino ATM.
  • You need to contact Wynn directly and ask. They will probably do a credit rating on you
  • Should OBAMA CAMPAIGN focus less on what Romney has done with money given voluntarily to him by investors and focu more on stopping his horrible waste of tax payer money? Nevada Geothermal Power, Solyndra, Abound Solar, Energy Conversion Devices, BrightSource, LSP Energy, Evergreen Solar, Ener1, SunPower, Beacon Power, ECOtality, A123, Uni-Solar, Azure Dynamics, and Solar Trust of America All filed Chapter 11 after getting hundreds of millions from Obama. Isn't that horrible?!?
  • Obama laundered money through these bankrupt companies and basically stole it from the American people...when are people going to wake up to the high crimes, treason and purposeful deconstruction of their country...some Americans don't deserve to be called such...they slept while their country was plundered.
  • Why now no longer throw interior the $4.11Billion of tax payers money given to super oil as subsidies very final 365 days, as sturdy because of the fact the $5Billion the conservative republicans are featuring this 365 days? All on the comparable time gutting classes that the working type desires, makes use of, and could pay for. this is a drop interior the bucket for making an investment in American firms in comparison to the tax payer money we what we furnish good sized oil with no expectancies of returns. Now this is terrible.
  • Why not throw in the $4.11Billion of tax payers funds given to big oil as subsidies last year, as well as the $5Billion the conservative republicans are proposing this year? All while gutting programs that the working class wants, uses, and pays for. That's a drop in the bucket for investing in American companies compared to the tax payer funds we what we give big oil with no expectations of returns. Now that's horrible.
  • The rest of the world says no. Howabout that Exxon Mobile pipe burst in Montana.........Will they ask for Gov welfare while making 5 million an hour? I mean those poor poor koch Briothers
  • Mitt Romney supporters are too friggin stupid to realize Romney is simply telling them what they want to hear to get elected. Mitt Romney sent $1.5 million to Konarka solar energy company after he became governor, along with $2.5 million to Evergreen Solar, which also filed for bankruptcy last year, and provided a $2.5 million loan to the biotech firm Spherics Inc., which closed three years later.
  • why are you so mean to the greatest President in the history of the Universe when MSNBC has the PROOF that Bush killed JFK, RFK, MLK AND Lincoln?
  • The President can't spend any tax money. Only CONGRESS can do that. You fail due to ignorance of how your country functions.
  • probably 24hrs.but there should be some type confirmation number that will help track the money...aye send me some money.ifyou wit hit my email at genisadee@yahoo.com
  • Map quest says its 1916 miles and they figure that is 27 and a half hours. I would say that you could drive one full day of about 15 hours, stop and sleep and then drive the rest the next day. I'm pretty sure you couldn't do it all in one shot. In my experience even switching drivers its hard to stay in the car for more than 16 hours. Though if we were going to drive from where we live to my husband's family in Texas, about 24 hours, I think we would just take turns and drive straight through. So maybe you could do that too.
  • You mailed a money order? Did you at least put it in an envelope that nobody can see in? It shouldn't take that long in the mail... United States Postal Service is very efficient, and did you put the correct amount of postage on it, and the right address? Did you put the return address on the back flap of the envelope? Or... is she JUST SAYING that she didn't receive it? >.>
  • Lake Tahoe is beautiful.. lots of stuff to do outdoors, casino, and lots of hotels more on the CA side... but theres a shuttle to take you up to casinos. Reno is dun, if you like to gamble. Lots of cheep food. However, if you don't hav ea lot of money to spend... maybe Reno isn't the best. However, close to Reno is Virgina City which hasm is like an old western town. Pretty fun if you've never been. They have mine tours, and panning for gold, and casinos, and lots of bars. Las Vegas of course. It can be done really lavishly or on a budget. Lots of free stuff to do there... water show at Bellagio, volcano at mirage, pirates show at TI, Rio's Mardi Gras Parade, Lions at MGM, tigers at Mirage, Flamingos at the Flamingo, and of course almost all teh hotels have shopping and great things to look at inside. Laughlin is fun.. and its REALLY cheep. Even the hotels are cheep.. but nice. You can take a boat on the Colorado River and it too is pretty cheep.
  • The Grand Canyon.
  • Laughlin
  • LAS VEGAS.....all you can eat buffet,drink for free just play the 5 cent slots for awhile,and all the sight seeing for free you can just walk the strip and enjoy the night life..the only thing that'll cost you is the hotel but if you go mon thru thur. it's cheaper...trust me i've gone on a low budget
  • why would you travel if you are broke? Seems like a dumb idea to me.
  • Go take a hike!
  • You can go to the airport or Bank of America, large branch (I've used the one on E Sahara Ave near Maryland Parkway) to exchange money, you don't have to have an account with them.
  • Try a major bank.
  • At any bank I would imagine.
  • This is based on a chapter out of Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad, Poor Dad best-seller. He talks about protecting your investments involving real estate by starting a Nevada Corporation, yet doesn't mention whether that would be a good idea if you're looking strictly to invest for personal gain. The only appealing aspect to me is the fact that you could take the profits from when you sell and invest them further to avoid a capital gains tax. I'm not sure if the same law applies to securities as well as real estate.
  • For RE investment purposes, Number one rule, don't put real estate in a Corporation. Never a good idea. One of the truly blanket "Never" rules around. Try LLC or LLP. You can elect sub S status if you incorporate but there are some restrictions and complications so watch out. Go LLC or LLP before Corp if you can. You only need a Corporation or other limited liability entities for protection of assets, no real tax breaks and in some cases you'll pay more taxes. But think of any additional costs as insurance. You won't save on state taxes if you don't live in Nevada. And you won't save on federal capital gains tax if you sell. Doesn' matter if it's in a Corp or other entity, a sale is a sale is a sale and taxed. 1031 exchanges aren't sales and you postpone taxes no matter what your entity. The problem with most of the get rich books I've found, if the subject they wrote about was so lucrative for them, why aren't they spending the time investing instead of writing?
  • I'm with your first answer, what taxes do you avoid when you sell? There isn't a provision for reinvestment and postponing taxes that I'm aware of. Someone is leading you down a weird path if they recommend something and can't explain why. I'd also be suspicious if they tell you inaccurate facts about taxes. Why else would you invest if not for personal gain? Who's gain would it be? Why would you invest for someone else. Even brokers invest to make commissions which is for personal gain.
  • It depends on the type of services you performed. For certain services performed to the property itself, you can file a mechanics lien on the property through the county recorders office. Otherwise you would have to attain a court judgment against the property before attaching the lien. And as far as receiving any money, just hope there is enough proceeds from the sale to pay off the loan (first priority) and other creditors and lien holders will typically split the rest.
  • My advise is to take the owner themselves to court and don't try to attach to the house. The house is already in foreclosure, right? This means the owner couldn't pay the bills.... this also usually means the 1st mortgage lien gets all the proceeds. You would be last in line to get anything from a foreclosure sale. With values in Las Vegas going down rapidly over the past year or so, chances of ANY equity being left over is close to none. You will not get paid for services rendered. Just sue the ones who got foreclosed on.
  • There may be no point in recording a lien. In a trustee's sale (foreclosure proceeding), your lien will be paid AFTER taxes/assessments, mortgages then mechanics liens are paid. If all these things are amount to LESS the property is worth at the trustee sale (think ~65% of retail), then record your lien, if not... don't waste your time/$. Best of luck!
  • You need a judgment issued by the courts in order to file a lien.
  • bank owns house. who pays lien--bank or new buyer
  • Too late.
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