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Increased Regulations on Toymakers
Increased Regulations on Toymakers, of the regulation and may not be able to afford to comply, and the regulations may take effect, regulations impact your business? Let us know in the comments.

 

Home Business Regulations
Home Business Regulations, Q: I’m a hairdresser working in a salon, but want to start working out of my home. What regulations do I need to be aware of? A: To determine if you can legally operate a salon in your home, you need to address several issues. First check the zoning regulations in your city. You want to find out if operating a cosmetology business from your home is allowed. If it’s allowed, you want to determine if there are any restrictions, such as limited customer traffic. If you live

 

New Workplace Regulations
New Workplace Regulations, Posted by Molly Nelson - The Obama administration is proposing new federal workplace regulations that small business owners need to be aware of and in compliance with. According to The Kiplinger Letter, some of the changes include: Stricter enforcement from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), A new campaign for ergonomics, and perhaps another attempt at producing a specific rule on repetitive-motion injuries from OSHA, A proposed rule by the Equal

 

NASE Supports Legislation To Stop Harmful DOL Regulation
The NASE has announced its support of S. 2707/H.R. 4773, “Protecting Workplace Advancement and Opportunity Act.” Introduced by Senators Scott (R-SC) and Alexander (R-TN) and Representatives Walberg (R-MI) and Kline (R-MN), would block the current proposed Department of Labor overtime regulation from taking effect and require the Department to perform a deeper analysis of the impact changes to overtime regulations will have on small businesses, nonprofits, regional economies, local governments, Medicare and Medicaid dependent health care providers, and academic institutions, as well as employee flexibility and career advancement before proceeding with a rule.
NASE Supports Legislation To Stop Harmful DOL Regulation, The NASE has announced its support of S. 2707/H.R. 4773, “Protecting Workplace Advancement and Opportunity Act.” Introduced by Senators Scott (R-SC) and Alexander (R-TN) and Representatives Walberg (R-MI) and Kline (R-MN), would block the current proposed Department of Labor overtime regulation from taking effect and require the Department to perform a deeper analysis of the impact changes to overtime regulations will have on small businesses, nonprofits, regional economies, local governments

 

Increased Tax Regulation on Small Business (May 2010)
Many of the nation’s entrepreneurs are about to become more familiar with the IRS. According to a new law set to go into effect in 2012, business owners must report annually every payment for goods or services over $600, utilizing IRS Form 1099. A new survey by the National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) found that the average self-employed and micro-business (those with fewer than 10 employees) currently issues two Form 1099 per year. Under the new law, the same business will have to issue roughly 27 reports, mostly to large corporations.
Increased Tax Regulation on Small Business (May 2010), NASE Monthly Poll May 2010 Results Increased Tax Regulation on Small Business   As a result of a new law signed this year, all businesses will face additional IRS information reporting requirements. The new law would expand the IRS Form 1099 reporting system, which is currently used only, will apply. The payments that are included under this new regulation are not only those made directly, to tell us how this new regulation will affect your business.    To download the full survey results

 

NASE Supports Phased in Approach to Overtime Regulation
The National Association for the Self-Employed voiced its strong support for the Overtime Reform and Enhancement Act, a bill that will update the overtime rules while allowing universities, non-profits, and businesses the necessary time to be able to plan and comply with the new rule.
NASE Supports Phased in Approach to Overtime Regulation, and comply with the new rule by phasing in of these new regulations over time, and provide businesses

 

Controversy Anticipated Ahead Of Release Of Health Insurance Exchange Regulations
As the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) prepares to release regulations in July 2011 covering what states must do to create health insurance exchanges, stakeholders are anxious to learn what the exchange system will have in store for them.
Controversy Anticipated Ahead Of Release Of Health Insurance Exchange Regulations, As the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) prepares to release regulations in July 2011 covering what states must do to create health insurance exchanges, stakeholders are anxious to learn what the exchange system will have in store for them. Many states are hoping that the regulations will assist them in setting up the exchanges as exchange operators will have responsibilities, the exchanges, other stakeholders are concerned with how the regulations – and thus the exchanges

 

Small Business Regulation - NASE Speaks Out for the Self-Employed
Small Business Regulation - NASE Speaks Out for the Self-Employed

 

Letter to Senate in Support of Repeal of Expanded Form 1099 Regulation
The National Association for the Self-Employed joined hundreds of organizations and associations in support of H.R. 4, the “Small Business Paperwork Mandate Elimination Act of 2011,” a bill to finally repeal the expanded Form 1099 requirements included in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).
Letter to Senate in Support of Repeal of Expanded Form 1099 Regulation

 

President Obama Unveils Regulatory Strategy
regulations on small businesses. The NASE has worked with the SBA Office of Advocacy in the past to point out existing harmful regulations. The home office deduction is one such case. Business owners, standard home office deduction. Another regulation that the Association finds burdensome to the micro, guiding principles for government agencies when crafting regulation: Consistent with law, Agencies, for the public to comment. Agencies must attempt to coordinate, simplify, and harmonize regulations to reduce