Become Part of Your Community


Get involved with the small-business community!

At the National Association for the Self-Employed, we believe that the best way to get people to get involved with your business is to first get involved with the community your business serves.  We know you're time is important which is why we've compiled a short list of some of the powerful tools the NASE has to offer you and your business.  Best of all...  the tools and resources listed below are offered at no additional cost!

SelfInformed


The SelfInformed is a monthly publication that has all sorts of useful informational articles such as how to prepare your taxes, manage your marketing dollars effectively, utilize some of the more popular NASE business tools and more!  The best part... it's a FREE publication!  Here are the most recent releases...

All SelfInformed Issues for the Year 2018

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Download SelfInformed - May 2018

SelfInformed - May 2018

In this months issue, read about National Small Business Week, Being Featured in an NASE article and The New Tax Law

 
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Download SelfInformed - April 2018

SelfInformed - April 2018

In this issue, read about the types of business insurance you may need, what a typical NASE Member looks like and how we are a founding member of the new Small Business Roundtable.

 
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Download SelfInformed - March 2018

SelfInformed - March 2018

In this issue, read about our Experts and how they can help your business, take our tax survey, see our new social media platforms and read how our President Keith Hall testified before congress.

 
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Download SelfInformed - February 2018

SelfInformed - February 2018

Tax Questions, Technology and Trump's first State of the Union

 
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Download SelfInformed - January 2018

SelfInformed - January 2018

With the start of a new year comes the enrollment period for the NASE Dependent Scholarship. Members with a child (or children) that will be attending college in the fall should look into applying for a dependent scholarship.

 

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NASE Minute


Perhaps you just want to sit back once a week and watch a video with the latest business tip from the NASE?  We've got you covered!  The NASE Minute is our weekly video series designed to focus on some of the most commonly asked about topics and presented in a short amount of time so you can get what you need to know and be on your way!

See what you've been missing...

 

SEO and Organic Search Results

Thursday, June 21, 2018
Why are organic search results better than paid listings?
 

 

The Next Biz Thing, NASE's Member Directory

Thursday, June 14, 2018
NASE's Next Biz Thing is a free directory for small business owners.
 

 

NASE Member Testimonials

Thursday, June 7, 2018
What are NASE members saying, is the best thing about being Self-Employed?
 

 

Helping Self-Employed Be More Successful

Thursday, May 31, 2018
Our Mission; Helping the Self-Employd Be More Successful
 

 

Benefits of FHA Financing

Thursday, May 24, 2018
Learn how to qualify for an FHA Loan
 
You can see other NASE Minute segments or even subscribe to our YouTube channel here.

NextBizThing


NextBizThing.comNextBizThing.com is your one stop, go-to place to get your business listed in a community of other business minded professionals like yourself.  With NextBizThing.com you can not only list the general information about your business but promote any campaigns you have, share valuable articles about your products and services, promote your social media channels and more!

We invite you to explore the site and even try it out.  There isn't anything to lose.

Self Made


Self Made BlogSelf Made is our staff blog.  Our resident Government Relations expert (Katie Vlietstra) works hard to relay the information that you need to know about what's happening in the community and how it effects you!

Here's the latest blog entry...

  • 5 Things to Do Before Applying for a New Gig

    We are living in a gig economy According to a study conducted by Intuit, roughly 40 percent of the United States workforce will be made up by independent contractors by 2020. With full-time jobs increasingly hard to find in many fields—and with freelance work accessible thanks to the internet, the cloud, and innovative startups such as Uber—the idea of what constitutes a “job” is swiftly changing. These days, it is possible to make a living without ever going to an office, meeting your boss face to face, or even leaving the comfort of your house. If you are thinking about diving into the freelance world, though, it’s essential to lay sufficient groundwork and do your due diligence, just like you would for any full-time job. Here are five steps to take before you apply for a new freelance gig.
    Posted on May 04, 2018
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Don't Forget...

Along with our member benefits, we have MANY, MANY resources to help you effectively interact with your community and help drive business to you.  We invite you to browse this site and see what works best for you.

Have questions?  Feel free to contact us via our web form, customer service hotline or ask an expert!