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October 2016

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Local Alaska Printers

Every business in Alaska has some kind of printing needs. While simple printing can generally be handled in-house, when it comes to marketing and PR materials, going to a professional shop is mandatory for high quality, big quantity, or large format printing, whether it’s a trade show display, an annual report, a car wrap, or a public art installation. Alaska has many local printing options, all of which are eager to aid their clients in finding the right printed solution.

Top 49ers Executive Summary

For many years Alaska’s North Slope has been the end of the road, both literally and figuratively. As the northern sea ice melts possibilities for transportation and additional Artic resource development only grow, and building up those industries creates potential for a wide range of economic development. Alaska is rich with companies that have developed what infrastructure and industry already exists, and that expertise and history in Alaska’s Arctic will only be a boon to the state and the country as the world develops new visions for the Arctic.

North Slope-Based Corporations Look for Opportunities Close to Home

For the past decade, communities on Alaska’s North Slope have kept a close eye on oil and gas exploration plans for the Outer Continental Shelf. Development offered tremendous economic opportunities for the region.

1031 Exchange

In the technical world of the Internal Revenue Code, there’s one provision every business owner has heard of—Section 1031. It’s the exception to the rule that asset sales are subject to capital gains tax. Under Section 1031, certain assets, in particular commercial real estate, can be sold and reinvested in similar, “like-kind” property tax-free without limit.

A Regulatory Shellacking

The definition of shellacking is “to beat someone up repeatedly.” With that idea in mind, it is no exaggeration to say that Royal Dutch Shell took a regulatory and legal shellacking between 2010 and 2015.

Commercial Tenants with Phantom Space

As The Lease Coach, representing independent and franchise commercial tenants with leasing matters since 1993, we have found that some landlords are over-charging tenants for more square footage than the tenant actually has. Are you paying too much?

For Alaska to Survive and Thrive, Our Fiscal Policy Needs an Overhaul

Best Places to Work in Alaska

Hands down I would say this issue lists forty-nine of the best places to work in Alaska—our 2016 Top 49ers. Although, I should point out that we originally intended to expound on the First Annual Best of Alaska Business Awards winners of the Best Place to Work category, it just so happens that two of the three happen to be Top 49ers: First National Bank Alaska and Bristol Bay Native Corporation.
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