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When to Splurge and When to Save: a Guide to Helping Self-Employed Individuals Budget for Their Organization

Congratulations on starting your own small business. You’re finally self-employed. Being your own boss comes with a lot of perks. You can take long lunches and create your own schedule, but it’s also a big step with a definite learning curve. Much of that learning relates to money. You’re not getting a regular paycheck anymore. How are you going to pay the bills every month and still save for retirement?

Oct 21, 2020

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Business Funding Options in the Age of COVID-19

Although financing in the post COVID world will be more challenging for many small businesses, there are financing options available, you just need to look in the right places. As we’ve witnessed in past recessionary times, the sad truth is that there will be fewer options available as many lenders tighten up their creditworthiness criteria and others step away from lending to small businesses entirely—at least for the short term.

Oct 10, 2020

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National Association for the Self-Employed Applauds Newly Announced, Streamlined Loan Forgiveness

The National Association for the Self-Employed, the nation's leading advocate and resource for the self-employed and micro-businesses, today applauded the Small Business Administration and the Department of Treasury for announcing a simplified loan forgiveness application for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans under $50,000, but called on both sides of the aisle to come back to the negotiating table immediately to provide relief for small businesses hurting throughout America.

Oct 09, 2020

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7 Small Business Ideas to be Your Own Boss and Work from Anywhere

Be your own boss. It’s an alluring thought for all the freedom it implies: Make your own schedule; work from home or anywhere else; do what you want; and keep all the money you earn.

Sep 27, 2020

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Small Business Community Calls for Congressional Action

Small Business Community Calls for Congressional Action The National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) along with its fellow leading small business associations, through the Small Business Roundtable, are calling on Congressional leaders to take immediate action in support of America’s 30 million small businesses.

Sep 27, 2020

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NASE Celebrates National Small Business Week by Calling on Congress to Pass Small Business Relief

As the small business community celebrates National Small Business Week this week, the National Association for the Self-Employed, the nation's leading advocate and resource for the self-employed and micro-businesses, together with major small business groups and their allies are calling on Congress to pass a Small Business Relief Package.

Sep 22, 2020

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Small Business Leaders Send Letter to Congress Calling for Stand-Alone Small Business COVID-19 Relief

Small Business Roundtable (SBR), a coalition of leading small business and entrepreneurship organizations, urges an immediate stand-alone small business package to assist the most fragile small businesses at such a critical time.

Sep 21, 2020

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Best 9 Technology Hacks for Small Business Owners

On top of actually selling, small business owners often singlehandedly manage a variety of day-to-day tasks: accounting, record-keeping, inventory, marketing, and more. Without a large team of specialized employees or a large budget for outsourcing such work, the more mundane details of maintaining a company can become overwhelming.

Aug 26, 2020

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Empowering Self-Employment

Yengyee Lor is an NASE Member from Weston, Wisconsin and is the Founder, Coach, and Consultant at Faithful Consulting LLC. Faithful Consulting provides leadership, training, team building, facilitation, goal planning, strategizing, coaching, counseling, assessments, and management to help individuals and organizations with meaningful solutions that create positive and meaningful solutions both internally and externally.

Aug 26, 2020

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Congress Recesses; Trump Signs One Executive Order and Three Memorandums in Response to COVID-19

On Saturday, August 8, President Trump signed for executive orders in an effort to provide economic relief during the COVID-19 pandemic. Congress was unable to come to an agreement prior to the August recess; however, House and Senate leaders have said they will call back members if a deal materializes during the recess.

Aug 26, 2020

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