June 2015

  • Planning To Survive: Disaster Preparedness For Small Businesses

    Jun 16, 2015

    After a natural disaster or catastrophic accident, most news stories focus on individuals and families who suffered injuries, lost their homes or property, or lost loved ones. But after a few days, the TV cameras move on, and there is little exploration of the economic damage that emerges in the days and weeks that follow.

  • Organizing Your Business with Google

    Jun 16, 2015

    Let me start out by saying that I love Google. I work with their applications all day, every day for both personal and work and here’s why. I’m rather paranoid. I know that one day my house can burn down, the critical papers could get flooded and destroyed, or a hurricane may well come and take everything away. For that reason I went paperless years ago. It wasn’t difficult. I built a simple computer and used it as a file server. I purchased an inexpensive scanner and scanned directly to the server. I then backed up the server to a portable hard drive on a recurring basis and stashed it in my office desk “just in case”. This was nice. I finally had a backup of everything and could easily send documents and such to people when needed.

  • Dissecting Self-Employment

    Jun 16, 2015

    John M. Collins Jr. is the President and Founder of the Forensic Foundations Group. As a 20-year veteran of forensic science in federal, state, and local crime laboratories, John founded the business in 2013 to help build advanced occupational competencies among employees and administrators working in the forensic laboratory sciences. In 2013, John joined the NASE as he was starting his business and found it critically important to him that NASE advocate for the interests of the self-employed in Washington, D.C. Not only that but also that we keep members informed of what we are doing, which in turn keeps our members informed about what is happening on the Hill and how that impacts their business.

  • Independent Contractor Legislation

    Jun 16, 2015

    Representative Erik Paulsen (R-MN) re-introduced legislation that hopes to clarify the relationship between a business owner and independent contractor. Mr. Paulsen has worked collaboratively with interested groups to address concerns raised by small employers over the changing landscape, especially with the growth of the “freelance economy,” in recent years.

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