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The NASE is spreading the word about issues important to the self-employed and micro-business owners such as small business law and small business regulations. Watch and listen to television and radio appearances and read articles featuring or written by NASE staff and experts on small business news.

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Access micro-business statistics, as well as information on governance, outreach, research and our media experts.

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Latest small business news from the NASE.

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Whether it’s a store owner on Main Street or one of our subject experts, NASE will make connections for your interview.

Micro-Business Experts

The NASE can offer the unique micro-business perspective on economic and business trends as well as small business regulations and legislation affecting the self-employed.

Media Connection

Want to know how the proposed new small business law is playing with a shopkeeper in Main Street? Need statistics and trends, or a subject expert to round out your article? We can provide data and media coverage on the self-employed you need and put you in touch with a micro-business expert to get their perspective on economic and business trends, as well as small business regulations and legislation affecting the self-employed.

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NASE in the News

  • NASE Releases Top Five Benefits (Small Business Opportunities)

    Nov 26, 2014
    Ahead of this week’s Small Business Saturday – a national day established to support small businesses across the country – the National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE), the nation’s leading advocate and resource for the self-employed and micro-business community, unveiled five top member benefits to help entrepreneurs start and grown their businesses.
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  • Finding Common Ground for the Small-Business Community (Roll Call)

    Nov 26, 2014
    The midterm elections mean a Republican majority with a vastly different congressional agenda. As many anticipate this new set of legislative priorities, there’s much discussion around the potential for a “grand bargain.” Polls have consistently shown Republican and Democratic voters overwhelmingly united on one key issue — growing America’s economy.
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  • What do women entrepreneurs want? Candidates who understand business. (BizJournals)

    Oct 29, 2014
    Women business owners are looking for candidates with a pro-business agenda, and that starts with reforming the individual income tax code. That's according to an online survey conducted Oct. 15-24 by the National Association for the Self-Employed. Most of the 153 women business owners surveyed are self-employed, and more than 70 percent have owned their business for more than six years. More than 40 percent started their businesses when they were 41 or older, but 35 percent were in their 30s. More than 39 percent own professional services firms; consumer goods and health care were the next two most popular industries.
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  • 7 Democrats have a plan to make Obamacare cheaper. Here’s how. (VOX)

    Oct 29, 2014
    The Obamacare repeal effort is dead. But the Obamacare reform effort is just beginning. One of the most interesting examples of the reform effort are the "copper plans" being proposed in the Expanded Consumer Choice Act, which is being pushed by seven moderate Senate Democrats: Mark Begich, Mark Warner, Heidi Heitkamp, Tim Kaine, Mary Landrieu, Angus King, and Joe Manchin.
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