SelfInformed

December 2014

  • Small Business Organization

    Dec 17, 2014

    Starting a small business is just the beginning of a complicated yet rewarding way of life for entrepreneurs. Evolving from having an idea to taking all the necessary legal steps to creating a small business is just the beginning. Once your business has been created, it’s time to focus on growing it. The action of growing a small business includes many different subjects. Marketing, creating an online presence, getting financial accounts squared away, and building a loyal customer base is just the beginning. The challenge of building a small business into a successful endeavor is only exacerbated by a lack of one very important aspect: organization.

  • Benefits of The Month

    Dec 17, 2014

    Access to Affordable Health, Life and Dental Insurance Representatives have a wide array of small business health insurance and financial products available to protect you and your assets, including Life insurance, Dental discounts and health insurance. Dental Insurance is provided by Renaissance Dental. Life insurance is provided by MetLife.

  • Ask the Experts: ACA and Your Annual Income

    Dec 17, 2014

    Q: I am struggling with the Affordable Care Act and how to guess what my income will be for 2015. My 2014 tax return is not completed yet so I am using my 2013 tax return as a guide. Which numbers should I use to determine if I am eligible for a subsidy? Do I use the gross income from my business or do I also count expenses?

  • Cooking Up Self-Employment

    Dec 17, 2014

    Elena Hines, Owner of Golden Leaf Café located in Menomonie, Wisconsin has been a NASE member since 2013. Elena enjoys all the benefits of the NASE, but especially likes the newsletters and everything the NASE is doing to keep members informed about what is going on in the small business world and in Washington D.C.

  • Agenda for 114th Congress

    Dec 17, 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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