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    Washington Watch - March 20, 2018

    NASE Tax Pulse- Take Our Survey!

    With the new tax law implementation on the horizon, we want to hear from NASE members how they are preparing for the changes in the year ahead. Please take our quick, nine question survey to share your opinions on the next taw law and how it might impact you and your business.

    Participate in NASE Tax Preparation Survey

    NASE President & CEO Keith Hall Testifies

    NASE was privileged to testify before the House Small Business Committee hearing on Occupational Hazards: How Excessive Licensing Hurts Small Business.

    You can watch Keith’s testimony here!

    NASE continues to Advocate for Health Reimbursement Arrangements

    In Washington, the NASE continues to advocate for the use of Health Reimbursement Arrangements by the self-employed and micro-business owners as a valuable tool to help them cover the costs of health care costs. IN recent meetings with the Administration, NASE has pointed to the fact that until the Departments of Treasury, Health and Human Services, and Labor, classified HRAs as health insurance in 2015, they were a valuable tool for business owners to leverage. We continue to argue that HRAs are not health insurance and shouldn’t be categorized as such.

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