PRESS RELEASE: February 20, 2018 Re: Short-Term Rental Properties in the City of Las Vegas Las Vegas , Nevada— Last June, the City of Las Vegas passed an ordinance that regulated short-term rentals in the City … Read More
One of the most common questions I get from clients is related to the different application processes among our many municipalities. Yes, MANY municipalities—I refer to the five cities that make up the Greater Las Vegas Area. These are the … Read More
I often read online publications related to licensing matters—specifically liquor licensing. I came across this great article written by Randolf Saint-Leger “How to Gain Revenue by Adding a Full-Bar to a Restaurant.” This is one of the more brief yet … Read More
September 23, 2011 Contact: Nathan Taylor FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tel: 702.280.6175 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org TAYLOR CONSULTING GROUP DELIVERS FOR RANCH OWNER Kyle Canyon Ranch Owner Praises Nathan Taylor for Special-Use Permit Las Vegas, NV–A longtime Ranch Owner … Read More
For those of you new to Las Vegas, Nevada you may not know that we have 5 separate cities in Southern Nevada. Yes, it’s not just Las Vegas we live in–many think that’s the case, however we have 4 different … Read More
In these challenging and tough economic times, we must find ways to encourage entrepreneurs to start new businesses. Offering incentives, no matter what they are will help to get businesses open and our citizens back to work. Nevada ranks 10th in the nation as a great place to start a business–lets capitalize on that, move up the list, and lure those new businesses to our state. If we all work together we can have a positive effect on economic growth, diversification, and employment in Nevada.
“the Taylor Consulting Group was extremely friendly and expeditious when it came to obtaining my business license. When I met with Nathaniel Taylor, owner of TCG I was impressed with his knowledge and expertise when it came to the licensing process–I would recommend them to anyone looking to start a new business.”
The Taylor Consulting Group, LLC was founded by Nathaniel Taylor–a former Liquor and Gaming Technician with Clark County, Nevada. Mr. Taylor is one of only a handful of “Enrolled Agents” in the State of Nevada. This gives him the authority to represent his clients before the Nevada Gaming Commission, and the Nevada Gaming Control Board. Taylor has also worked for the City of Las Vegas, Governor Kenny C. Guinn, former State Senator Mark James, and has lobbied before local and civic boards for more than 12 years.
It seems that the beautiful spring weather of April is always shadowed by the call of the Federal Government for our hard-earned money. A truly depressing way to kick-off the season of flowers blooming, trees sprouting their leaves, and cool breezes. While I’ve always been the eternal optimist, trying so often to look at the bright side of things; I can’t come up with the bright side of writing a check to the “Internal Revenue Service.”
Finally, if you need assistance forming your corporation, getting your business licenses, or dealing with planning or land-use issues a Business Consultant is the way to go. At the Taylor Consulting Group, we bring expert knowledge of the licensing process and assist our clients from start to finish. Our goal is to handle all the paperwork for our clients so they can spend more time making their new businesses successful!
If you’re looking for new ideas on marketing your business, you will find this video to be a very valuable asset. As he always does, Richard Branson finds fun and interesting ways to bring attention to his businesses. My favorite piece of advice from him is, “use free advertising…use yourself and do it in a fun way!”
Beginning January 1, 2011 TCG will accept clients with a wide variety of business needs. For example, if someone needs a business license for a new consulting company, pet shop, restaurant, internet sales, etc. they can retain TCG to obtain such licensure. Taylor Consulting Group President Nathaniel Taylor said, “our company will be celebrating its two-year anniversary next month and as we have grown so has the demand for more services. I’ve always felt that no job was too big or too small for us to handle! It is my hope that we‘ll be able to offer additional services to our clients during the next year.”
We often know that family businesses generally speaking stay in the family. However, in recent years we are seeing the younger generations choosing to not take-over the family business. Often, the young today have their own goals, wants, and needs when it comes to establishing their respective career paths.
In today’s fast paced world, finding time to do some of the most basic chores can be difficult. This is why the Taylor Consulting Group, LLC now offers the service of registering vehicles for our clients.
Our knowledgeable and friendly staff will go to the Department of Motor Vehicle for you. No longer will you have to wait in long lines and waist your day away!
This a great 2 minute video on what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur. In this video he talks about perseverance–I believe this is very, very important! Especially today, when much of what we are seeing in business is doom and gloom we must persevere by moving forward and finding ways to make money with new ideas.
I believe that we are systematically seeing the destruction of capitalism and free-market in our country. I’ll leave the final decision of this legislation to those on Wall Street, Corporations, and Investors. However, I believe we’ll find this legislation will ultimately lead to more layoffs in the financial industry and less access to American Business for obtaining capital.
I thought this article in Bloomberg’s Business week was a great example of what some of our Federal Stimulus dollars did for small business. While I didn’t support the bail-outs and still think it was a bad idea to put our country further in debt–here is some testimonials of how some used it to put other back to work.
As you can imagine, this is a huge cost to Metro and local governments. I often talk about government regulating business too much, and preventing the private sector from moving forward in a speedy and productive manner. The work card issue is a great example of big government trying to inject itself into the lives of businesses and workers.
I’m often amazed when I find out what some of my clients spend on cell phone costs. Finding ways to cut costs in these economic times can be the difference between a business staying afloat or going under. I came across this article in U.S. News & World Report and thought they had some great suggestions!