MVEDA donation

New Mexico Gas Co. recently presented a $12,000 grant to the Mesilla Valley Economic Development Alliance. The funds will help MVEDA market Las Cruces and Doña Ana County as a desirable place for businesses and manufacturers to locate new facilities.

- Sun News, Published 5:32 p.m. MT Jan. 11, 2018


We are proud to announce Christopher Salcido, CPA, has recently graduated from Upstream Academy’s Emerging Leaders Academy. This three-year leadership development program is a course for firm members who show outstanding promise as future firm leaders. As part of the program, Christopher completed yearly goals, attended Leadership conferences, and tackled a challenging yearly project. Congratulations Christopher!

BMC is a proud supporter of The Bridge of Southern New Mexico, a non-profit organization that helps our community’s young people ‘bridge the gap’ between education and career readiness.

The Bridge of Southern New Mexico Private Sector Partners:

Advanced Care Hospital
Adventure Travel
Allen Theaters
Beasley, Mitchell, & Co. LLC
Bill & Renee Cupit Fund/Southern New Mexico Community Foundation
The Borderplex Alliance
Century Link
Citizens Bank of Las Cruces
Digital Solutions
El Paso Electric
EMI Technologies
Enterprise Holdings
GenCon Construction
Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce
Jacobs Technology
Las Cruces Hispano Chamber of Commerce
Las Cruces Manufacturing
Mathers Realty Co.
Mesilla Valley Economic Development Alliance
NAIOP-New Mexico
New Mexico Business Executives Trust
Northrise Ventures
Pioneer Bank
Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino
Sunspot Solar Energy
TRAX International
United Way of Southwest New Mexico
US Bank
WestStar Bank


Please click here for the full list of Supporters

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Christine Wright CPA was a featured speaker at NMSU's Women's Estate Planning Conference on February 1, 2017.


Below is an article written by Amanda Bradford on 1/26/2017:

Women control more than half the personal wealth in the United States – more than $14 trillion, according to a recent study by the Bank of Montreal’s Wealth Institute – and that number is expected to rise to more than $20 trillion over the next three years. While estate planning is important for everyone, regardless of the size of their personal wealth, it becomes especially important for women, who live an average of 5 years longer than men.

To help New Mexico women protect their assets, understand their unique money management needs and make plans to fulfill their end of life wishes, New Mexico State University will host its 10th annual Estate Planning Conference for Women, Feb. 1 and Feb. 8 at the Las Cruces campus. 

The conference is free, but seating is limited and registration is required to attend. Lunch is provided both days, and free parking is available.

“This two-day workshop is really a candid conversation between the participants and the volunteer experts we’ve brought in to guide them,” said Robert Peterson, director of planned giving with the NMSU Foundation, which hosts the event. “They get to know one another, learn from each other and share their experiences and advice as they gain valuable tools to help them confidently work toward their money management and estate planning goals.”

Topics include legal aspects and asset protection; income and transfer taxes; charitable giving; elder law; life insurance; administration of estates and trusts; retirement income planning; and money management.

Please click here for the full of the article

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