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What businesses can expect this tax season

What businesses can expect this tax season

The tax man cometh – and just exactly what that means this year depends on your ...

Gold’s Gym to open in former Nordstrom space at Westfield Vancouver Mall

Gold’s Gym to open in former Nordstrom space at Westfield Vancouver Mall

Westfield Vancouver today announced the addition of Gold’s Gym, scheduled to ope...

State, local marijuana retail stores suddenly

State, local marijuana retail stores suddenly "flush with product"

Washington’s recreational marijuana business has been up and running for about s...

Top tech trends for 2015

Top tech trends for 2015

Remember when a cloud was just a puff of white or gray in the sky? A file was ma...

Port commissioners approve Northwest Packing Co. lease extension

Port commissioners approve Northwest Packing Co. lease extension

Fruit processor Northwest Packing Co. will continue to call Southwest Washington...

Trust reveals plan for Academy renovations

Trust reveals plan for Academy renovations

Although officially it won’t be a done deal until late January when escrow close...

Accounting & Finance

What businesses can expect this tax season

What businesses can expect this tax season

The tax man cometh – and just exactly what that means this year depends on your business. For some, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will bring significant ramifications. For others, capitalization and repair rules are going to be a major concern. For businesses and CPAs alike, IRS response times could cause problems. In the following paragraphs, local CPAs share their expertise with VBJ readers to h...

Education & Workforce Development

Clark College expanding new Economic & Community Development Program

Clark College expanding new Economic & Community Development Program

While managing variables of supply and demand have been part of business culture for centuries, the concept has often been lost in terms of staffing and personnel development. Clark College’s Economic and Community Development Program (formerly Corporate and Continuing Education) looks to change that.

“The program really grew out of our contract learning projects. We saw a need and opportunity to...

News Briefs

Retail building sold for $2.6 million

Vancouver Covenant Group LLC has purchased a 5,000-square-foot retail building at 918 SE 164th Ave. from a group of owners for $2.62 million.

Spotlight

Feasting on success

Feasting on success

Scarcely out of the shadow of their second year, Harvest owner Chef Tim McCusker has opened his second Camas-based restaurant, Feast@316. Considering 90 percent of new restaurants do not see their first anniversary, the renowned restaurant consultant is banking on his track record of culinary success.

Launching on New Year’s Eve, Feast@316, a steak and seafood house located in downtown Camas, ope...

First tenants sign up at Battle Ground Village

Two first-time businesses are the first tenants to sign on at Battle Ground Village.

Two first-time businesses are the first tenants to sign on at Battle Ground Village.

Home décor shop Distinctively Home, opened Aug. 20 and will have a grand opening celebration in mid-September.

Owners Becky and Derek Dunning of Battle Ground leased 2,098 square feet.

Fellow Battle Ground residents Rafael and Kimberly Rivera have leased 1,001 square feet to open Blue Castle Coffee, a coffee and sandwich shop.

Both businesses will be located in Building B – 802 S.E. 14th Ave. – which has 2,300 square feet remaining and is move-in ready.

Building A is nearly ready for tenants, said Linda Thomas, corporate development coordinator for The Management Group, which is leasing the space.

The Gold Medal Group is developing the 21-acre retail center, which will have 18 buildings total. Six more buildings are currently under construction.

Opinion

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Cashing in: How to plan for business succession in a recovering economy

Cashing in: How to plan for business succession in a recovering economy

When it comes to retirement in the United States, nothing hurt business owners more than the financial crisis of 2008.

R...

Now is the time for apprenticeships

Now is the time for apprenticeships

There is much talk of the “skills gap” – the widening space between the technical skills that employers need and the ski...

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