NASE Minute Video Archive

NASE Minute Archive

The NASE Minute is a series of videos created by our own experts and released weekly that are designed to help you get the edge you need to help your business succeed. These videos will help you...

  • Start Building the Business Behind Your Great Idea
  • Grow the business You've Worked so Hard to Establish
  • Save on the Business Expenses it takes to keep your business moving

Child Tax Credit

What's new and what to consider when filing the Child Tax Credit in 2022

Posted on 1/27/2022 by Katie Vlietstra

Hire Your Kid and Save Thousands!

Hire your kid, pay them a reasonable wage (up to $12k) and lower your taxes during 2022. It's like picking money up off the ground.

Posted on 1/20/2022 by Keith R. Hall

Send your Suggestions to Help the NASE Improve.

Posted on 1/13/2022 by Cameron Brown

Email Listing vs. Contact Form

Are you wondering whether to you use a contact form or an email address on your Contact Us page? Your decision might have a big effect on whether or not you get the kind of inquiries you want.

Posted on 1/6/2022 by Cameron Brown

Which gives me a bigger tax deduction; buy my car or leasing my car?

Should I buy my new car or lease my new car?

Posted on 12/30/2021 by Keith R. Hall

NASE Member Directory

Show the business community that you are an authority on your product and service.

Posted on 12/16/2021 by John K. Hearrell

As a small business owner, how do I manage my cash?

Cash is King! Try to manage your cash flow at the point of receipt.

Posted on 12/9/2021 by Keith R. Hall

I have a little extra cash flow, should I payoff my mortgage?

Itemized deduction vs. the increased standard deduction

Posted on 12/2/2021 by Keith R. Hall

Small Business Saturday

Shop Small and Shop Local. Small Business Saturday is celebrated on the Saturday after Thanksgiving

Posted on 11/25/2021 by Scott P. Stryker

What is the difference between an Employee and Independent Contractor?

The classification of your new worker is not a matter of choice.The overall relationship of the worker to the company dictates whether they are an independent contractor or employee. Find out more in this week's NASE Minute.

Posted on 11/18/2021 by Keith R. Hall

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