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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.

NASE leads Small Business Coalition Letter on Thoughtful Approach to Regulating Big Tech

NASE, a founding member of the Small Business Roundtable, worked with its SBR partners to submit the below letter to Congressional leaders on the upcoming legislative discussions around regulating "Big Tech"- the letter attempted to highlight the areas in which there is agreement on related to the power of technology and digital tools, specifically the letter addressed:
Posted on Jan 19, 2022

NASE Strongly Oppose Dept of Treasury Proposed Collection of Taxpayer Information

The NASE joined nearly 100 trade organizations in strong opposition of a recent proposal by the Department of Treasury to require financial institutions to report gross annual inflows and outflows of $400 on all account holders.
Posted on Oct 26, 2021

NASE Voices Serious Concerns on INFORM Act

In a letter to Senate leaders, the NASE, voiced serious concerns related to the Integrity, Notification and Fairness in Online Retail Marketplaces (INFORM) for Consumers Act.
Posted on May 19, 2021

SBA Launches Restaurant Revitalization Fund- Opens May 3

In preparation, the SBA recommends qualifying applicants familiarize themselves with the application process in advance to ensure a smooth and efficient application experience,.
Posted on Apr 29, 2021

NASE Supports PPP Extension through 2021

NASE joined a large coalition of business advocates in calling for the Paycheck Protection Program through the 2021 calendar year.
Posted on Mar 15, 2021

NASE Opposes 1099K Inclusion in American Rescue Plan

NASE joined a robust coalition of organizations in opposing the Administration's proposal to amend section 6050W of the IRS Code that would "require reporting for any transaction above $600 in gross sales through a 1099-K form. Current statute requires small business owners to file a 1099-K only when there’s a transaction greater than $20,000 and a minimum of 200 transactions completed over the course of one year."
Posted on Feb 26, 2021

Bi-Partisan Group of Business Organizations Support Confirmation of Cecilia Rouse

NASE, in partnership with its fellow, bi-partisan small business organizations, called for a confirmation hearing of Cecilia Rouse to lead the Council of Economic Advisers (CEA).
Posted on Jan 27, 2021

NASE Joins the US Chamber of Commerce in Calling for Speedy Confirmation Process of SBA Nominee

On January 15, 2021, the NASE joined the US Chamber of Commerce and nearly 100 business organizations, called on the US Senate to schedule a confirmation hearing for Isabel Guzman, President-elect Biden’s nominee to serve as the Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).
Posted on Jan 15, 2021

Congress Approves Covid Relief Package and Averts Government Shutdown

On Monday, December 21, the House and Senate moved swiftly to approve a year end funding bill, covid relief package and a slate of tax provisions, averting a government shutdown and providing much needed assistance and relief to small businesses and individuals who have been devastated by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Posted on Dec 22, 2020

Multiple Small Business Covid-19 Relief Legislation Introduced

There are two, new additional small business relief measures introduced in hopes of breaking the log jam on Capitol Hill. One, introduced by a bipartisan, bicameral group of lawmakers would provide roughly $900 in relief for small businesses, state and local government and provide dollars for vaccine dissemination. The other, proposed by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is estimated at $500B.
Posted on Dec 14, 2020

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