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    Washington Watch - May 16, 2018

  • <ul class="WashWatchBullets"> <li><a href="/about-us/nase-publications/washington-watch/latest-issues/2018/05/16/washington-watch---may-16-2018#H1">Senate HELP Committee Chairman Alexander (R-TN) Issues Blistering Letter on Rising Health Care Premiums</a></li> <li><a href="/about-us/nase-publications/washington-watch/latest-issues/2018/05/16/washington-watch---may-16-2018#H2">House Small Business Committee Passes Seven Legislative Priorities</a></li> </ul>
    Posted on May 16, 2018
  • Washington Watch - May 9, 2018

  • <ul class="WashWatchBullets"> <li><a href="/about-us/nase-publications/washington-watch/latest-issues/2018/05/09/washington-watch---may-9-2018#H1">NASE Tax Survey Shows Small Business Owners Don&rsquo;t Understand New Tax Law</a></li> <li><a href="/about-us/nase-publications/washington-watch/latest-issues/2018/05/09/washington-watch---may-9-2018#H2">NASE Joins Small Business Roundtable</a></li> <li><a href="/about-us/nase-publications/washington-watch/latest-issues/2018/05/09/washington-watch---may-9-2018#H3">President Trump Announces Rescission Package</a></li> </ul>
    Posted on May 09, 2018
  • NASE Applauds House Small Business Committee Legislative Action

  • The NASE applauds the recent action by the House Small Business Committee to approve (7) bi-partisan pieces of legislation that are wide ranging in topic, but crucial to small business success.
    Posted on May 08, 2018
  • Blistering Letter Lays Out Congressional Failure to Stabilize Health Care Premiums

  • In a letter to NASE and other stakeholders, Chairman Alexander (R-TN) of the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pension Committee, offered a blistering assessment of why and how Congress has failed in taking steps to stabilize the health care premium marketplace.
    Posted on May 08, 2018
  • 5 Tips for Creating a Business Continuity Plan for your Small Business

  • When you are operating a business there is nothing as bad as a missed opportunity. Any unexpected event whether manmade or natural can greatly disrupt your business. To avoid such problems it’s very important to create a business continuity plan. A good business continuity plan will help you reduce the loss and downtime in case there is a disruption. It will also help boost your employee and customer confidence and ensure that your business is back on track. Read through to learn some of the tips that can help you.
    Posted on May 04, 2018
  • National Small Business Tax Survey Reveals Most Don’t Understand New Law and Feel Inadequately Prepared

  • As President Trump and congressional Republicans travel around the country touting the impact of the tax reform package enacted last year, the National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE), the nation&rsquo;s leading advocate and resource for the self-employed and micro-businesses, today released a new, national member survey gauging the impact the tax reform law is having on small business owners days after making their first 2018 quarterly tax estimate payments.
    Posted on Apr 24, 2018
  • NASE Joins Small Business Roundtable

  • NASE is proud to announce that we have joined the Small Business Roundtable. NASE has joined forces with the nation&rsquo;s leading small business and entrepreneurship organizations to form the Small Business Roundtable (SBR), a coalition dedicated to advancing policy, securing access, and promoting inclusion to benefit the 30 million small businesses at the heart of the American economy.
    Posted on Apr 16, 2018
  • What Types of Business Insurance Do You Need?

  • There’s nothing quite like starting your own business, even if it’s a small or micro business. It’s exhilarating to see your company name on your new letterhead and business card, submit proposals to potential clients and start earning an income for work that you’re doing. Above all, you realize that all the hard work and effort that you’ve put into nurturing your idea for your own business is finally coming to light. It’s the same with growing an existing business. After all, you’ve worked hard and put in lots of hours and effort to get to the point where expansion is a consideration. That may include adding an employee, moving from a home office to a rental office space, or adding new services to your current business offerings.
    Posted on Apr 16, 2018