Tax Filing Tips for Small Businesses and American Public


Tax Filing Tips for Small Businesses and American Public

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Top Tips for Filing Beneficial and Accurate Tax Returns

DALLAS, TX  – With two months until the April 15th tax-filing deadline, it is never too early to start preparing your 2015 tax returns. The National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE), the nation’s leading advocate and resource for the self-employed and micro-businesses, today released helpful tips for filing accurate and beneficial tax returns for small business owners and the American public.  The tips released today by NASE are focused on helping taxpayers maximize opportunities for saving money and minimize errors. 

“You can never start preparing too early for your April 15th tax filing,” said Keith Hall, NASE President and CEO and the association’s National Tax Advisor“As the American public, including small business owners and the self-employed, prepare their 2015 tax returns, it’s important they take some time to gather their documents, think about often hidden or left out tax deductions and ensure they get help if they need it. The number one reason for audits and unwanted IRS scrutiny is simple mistakes on tax returns.”


  1. Gather Your Documents Early – don’t wait until the last minute; now is the time to start making sure you have all your important tax filing documents.
  2. You’re Not Alone – stay connected; there are resources out there to help you from to and tax professionals.
  3. Educate Yourself About Changes to the Tax Code – believe it or not, there are changes and adjustments to the tax code year-to-year; make sure you find out what they are so you are prepared and can take advantage of them.
  4. Don’t Forget About Hidden or Overlooked Deductions – don’t leave anything on the table; make sure you are not missing any deductions that apply to you that can make the difference, such mileage reimbursement, retirement contribution and the home office deduction.


Click here or above to view the NASE Minute featuring Keith Hall discussing the importance of staying connected

“Take your time, organize your financial documents and check and re-check your work.  If you arm yourself with the latest information and start early, tax time doesn’t have to be filled with anxiety and stress.  Now is the time to do the early work in order to make the tax process much more efficient and effective for you and your business,” 
concluded Hall.

For more information on completing your 2015 tax documents, visit NASE’s tax resource center or the IRS or theSmall Business Administration (SBA).


The National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) is the nation's leading resource for the self-employed and micro-businesses, bringing a broad range of benefits to help entrepreneurs succeed and to drive the continued growth of this vital segment of the American economy. The NASE Small Business Locator helps identify and connect our nation’s smallest businesses. In addition, NASE’s new health care portal helps small business owners navigate the nation’s health care marketplace. The NASE is a 501(c) (6) nonprofit organization and provides big-business advantages to hundreds of thousands of micro-businesses across the United States. For more information, visit the association's website at

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