Relocating to Las Vegas

 
If you're thinking about relocating or retiring in Southern Nevada, you'll find the resources listed below to be immensely helpful.

 

Jobs
     Click here to search the employment classifieds for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and the Las Vegas Sun.

 

Taxes
  Personal Income Tax: None.
Estate, Inheritance, Gift Taxes: None.
 
Sales Tax: By county. In Clark County, 7.5% on most purchases with groceries and prescription drugs not taxed.
Property Tax: The constitutional limit on property tax is $6 per $100 of assessed valuation. The current weighted average property tax within the state is $2.79 per $100 of assessed valuation. The state offers a subsidy to people 62 and older, based on income and length of residence in the state.
Corp. Income Tax: None.
Franchise Tax: None.
Unitary Tax: None.
Admissions Tax: None.
Capital Stock Tax: None.
Inventory Tax: None.
Business Tax: Employers pay approximately $100 per year per each employee (sole proprietors exempt).
Unemployment
Compensation Tax:
Employers pay 0.3 - 5.4% on the first $14,500 of salary paid to an employee during the calendar year.
Corporate Fees: Paid annually on July 1 to the office of the Secretary of State.
Business License: Paid annually to local government.

Note: This information is as accurate and up-to-date as we could make it, but is subject to change. Consult your tax advisor before making any financial decisions.

 

Population
  Click here to display population figures and other U.S. Census Bureau data for Clark County.

 

Per Capita Income
  The median income for a 4-person family living in Nevada in 2002 was $46,289, a 19% increase since 1990, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

 

Industry
  Click here for the Small Business Administration  report on employment and business growth in Nevada

 

Retirement
  Social Security Administration
5460 W. Sahara Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 248-8717
(800) 772-1213

Veterans Administration
Benefits information and assistance
3233 W. Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
(800) 827-1000

Veterans Administration Medical Center
1703 W. Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
(702) 385-3700

Health Care and Senior Services
Many services of interest to retirees and senior citizens are listed in the "Community Services Guide" in the front of the Las Vegas Telephone Directory.

 

Local Resources
  Click here to view our list of 25+ links to other useful Las Vegas web sites.

Records and Averages

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Daily Records and Averages at weather.com

Month Avg. High Avg. Low Avg. Precip. Rec. High Rec. Low
January 57.0 F 37.0 F 0.59 in 77.0 (01/26/1975) 8.0 F (01/13/1963)
February 63.0 F 41.0 F 0.69 in 87.0 (02/26/1986) 16.0 F (02/07/1989)
March 69.0 F 47.0 F 0.59 in 91.0 (03/31/1966) 23.0 F (03/03/1971)
April 78.0 F 54.0 F 0.15 in 99.0 (04/30/1981) 31.0 F (04/02/1975)
May 88.0 F 63.0 F 0.24 in 109.0 (05/26/1951) 40.0 F (05/03/1964)
June 99.0 F 72.0 F 0.08 in 115.0 (06/30/1994) 48.0 F (06/06/1993)
July 104.0 F 78.0 F 0.44 in 116.0 (07/16/1998) 60.0 F (07/19/1987)
August 102.0 F 77.0 F 0.45 in 116.0 (08/03/1979) 56.0 F (08/24/1968)
September 94.0 F 69.0 F 0.31 in 113.0 (09/01/1950) 46.0 F (09/20/1965)
October 81.0 F 57.0 F 0.24 in 103.0 (10/01/1978) 26.0 F (10/30/1971)
November 66.0 F 44.0 F 0.31 in 87.0 (11/01/1988) 21.0 F (11/28/1952)
December 57.0 F 37.0 F 0.40 in 77.0 (12/03/1980) 11.0 F (12/23/1990)

 

Source- Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors