NASE News

    Let’s Get Social!

  • As an NASE member, you are the driving force for what we do. Promoting self-employment and providing as many self-employed people as possible with our wide variety of benefits is something we do every day. But is it something you do? A great way for you to show your support for the NASE is to Like, Join and Follow us on our social media channels to help spread awareness. If you haven’t taken the time already, we invite you to do so now.
    Posted on Mar 28, 2018
  • NASE President & CEO Keith Hall Testifies

  • NASE was privileged to testify before the House Small Business Committee hearing on Occupational Hazards: How Excessive Licensing Hurts Small Business. The hearing provided a wonderful opportunity for Mr. Hall to provide insight from NASE members on the impact occupational licensing has on the millions of self-employed and micro-business owners across the country.
    Posted on Mar 28, 2018
  • Washington Watch - March 20, 2018

  • <ul class="WashWatchBullets"> <li style="list-style-position: inside; text-indent: -1em;padding-left: 1em;"><a href="/about-us/nase-publications/washington-watch/latest-issues/2018/03/20/washington-watch---march-20-2018#H1">NASE Tax Pulse- Take Our Survey!</a></li> <li style="list-style-position: inside; text-indent: -1em;padding-left: 1em;"><a href="/about-us/nase-publications/washington-watch/latest-issues/2018/03/20/washington-watch---march-20-2018#H2">NASE President &amp; CEO Keith Hall Testifies</a></li> <li style="list-style-position: inside; text-indent: -1em;padding-left: 1em;"><a href="/about-us/nase-publications/washington-watch/latest-issues/2018/03/20/washington-watch---march-20-2018#H3">NASE continues to Advocate for Health Reimbursement Arrangements</a></li> </ul>
    Posted on Mar 20, 2018
  • Drive for Uber? Deliver for Amazon? Here are tax rules to know! (Detroit Free Press)

  • The nasty secret of being a new entrepreneur is that your tax bill might be way higher than you'd imagine. When you're driving for Uber, delivering for Amazon, picking up freelance jobs or otherwise participating in the gig economy, you aren't working for a boss who is required to withhold taxes from a regular paycheck. As a result, you're subject to some fairly complex tax rules.
    Posted on Mar 15, 2018
  • Tax Season (Price of Business)

  • Listen to Keith Hall talk with Kevin Price about tax season, tax reform and the NASE on his radio show, the Price of Business.
    Posted on Mar 12, 2018
  • Tax Code Updates Every American Should Know Before Filing This Year’s Returns

  • As millions of American’s, including the small business community, prepare their 2017 tax filings, the National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE), the nation’s leading advocate and resource for the self-employed and micro-businesses, today released a list of important tips and resources for filing accurate returns, including updates to the tax code and ways to reduce tax liability.
    Posted on Mar 05, 2018
  • Tax Preparation Guide for Small Business Owners

  • Tax season is upon us, and it can be a tricky time for small business owners and people who are self-employed. With income from multiple sources, plus expenses, deductions, and investments, navigating your taxes can take precious time you likely just don’t have. Here’s a guide to make preparing your taxes just a little bit easier—think of it as an entrepreneur’s roadmap on the journey to stress-free taxes.
    Posted on Feb 27, 2018
  • Small Business Technology: Responsive Website Design vs. Mobile Web App

  • Still unsure about last month&rsquo;s article on Mobile Web Apps and Responsive Website Design? Read on to find out more. A responsive website is a site built so that it automatically detects what the screen size of the device you&rsquo;re using is as well as other limitations such as the browser type and any secondary applications that might be necessary for the site to function correctly. Then, the website automatically modifies the content to fit the constraints. The problem with responsive sites is that it&rsquo;s simply impossible to create one site that works with all screen sizes, browsers and other secondary applications consistently. The factors are too numerous to go into but this is often the preferred option for many companies as it is a more cost friendly option.
    Posted on Feb 27, 2018