BECOMING SELF-EMPLOYED?: NASE Offers Expert Advice for Freelancers Transitioning to Self-Employment in National Future of Work Campaign


BECOMING SELF-EMPLOYED?: NASE Offers Expert Advice for Freelancers Transitioning to Self-Employment in National Future of Work Campaign

CONTACT:  Kristofer Eisenla, LUNA+EISENLA media | 202-670-5747 (mobile)

 As Contributing Partner in national USA Today campaign, Self-Employment Association Outlines Challenges, Regulations, Responsibilities & Tips for Going it on Your Own

WASHINGTON, D.C. – As millions of Americans make the change from employment to self-employment by choosing to become freelancers and solo entrepreneurs, Keith Hall, NASE President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) today releases a national self-help guide for new freelancers to consider when making the transition to self-employment. As a contributing partner to Mediaplanet’s Future of Work campaign distributed through USA Today, the campaign highlights a “new work culture that prioritizes employee well-being and balance, embraces flexibility as remote work becomes more popular, and offers resources and protections for a growing freelance workforce.”

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Pivoting to self-employment is a bold move with many risks and many rewards. Becoming your own boss is exciting, but it’s also important to consider the fine print when launching your new business. As the nation’s leading resource, and advocate, for the self-employed we are proud to support our country’s entrepreneurs as they make this important transition.

Click here to read the full piece offering advice on the regulations, tax code, benefits and resources to make your transitions to self-employment successful

According to Everlance, the explosion of gig economy workers – like Uber and Lyft – are part of a growing self-employed demographic, which now represent a whopping 33 percent of the economy. By the year 2020, it is expected that 42 million Americans will be self-employed and/or freelancers.  In another recent poll60 percent of small businesses indicated that regulations (labor, healthcare and tax) have negatively impacted their business operations. Despite these challenges, small businesses continue to be optimistic about the current economy, according to the poll above where 70 percent of small businesses signaled their support.

To speak with National Association for the Self-Employed Experts, please contact Kristofer Eisenla at


The National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) is the nation's leading advocate and resource for the self-employed and micro-businesses, offering 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 Next Biz Thing helps identify and connect our nation’s smallest businesses. Need small business help? Check out NASE’s Ask the Experts for advice or the NASE Minute for small business support.

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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