NASE Advocacy Efforts

Know Your Self-Employed Rights

Through NASE, the self-employed and micro-businesses have a powerful voice representing their interests. NASE has a strong track record of advocating for its Members on Capitol Hill.

Republicans Discuss Tax Reform 2.0

On July 25, House Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady, hosted a "tax reform 2.0 listening session" hearing from stakeholders and constituents as to areas in which continued improvements can be made in the tax code, including:

  • Permanent tax cuts for small businesses;
  • New Retirement Savings Plans;
  • New Family Savings Plan;
  • Expanded 529 Education Savings Accounts; 
  • Retirement Plans For New Babies;
  • Growing Brand-New Entrepreneurs.
You can learn more about the Republican listen session, here.

NASE in Action Keith Hall

Keith Hall

NASE National Tax Advisor

Plain Language in Paperwork – The Benefits to Small Business

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NASE in Action Scott Scribner

Scott Scribner

NASE Member

Testifies before the House Small Business Committee Regarding Regulatory Burdens on Small Firms

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NASE in Action Michael Beene

Michael Beene

NASE Senior Health Advisor

Testifies before the House Small Business Committee Regarding Health Care Reform.

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