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January 2022 Member Spotlight

Antisha D. Walley is an NASE member from Kyle, Texas and is the President of Make the Change, LLC. Make the Change is a woman owned, service-disabled veteran owned, and minority owned human resources consultancy. Their services include professional development training and consulting on full cycle recruiting, compensation strategy, and employee relations.

Jan 28, 2022

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2022 Starts with a Wild Legislative Agenda

The year is 2022, the month is January. And things are wild. Suffice it to say, the start of 2022 has the makings of a great political thriller: high stakes legislation (voting rights, Build Back Better, US Competitiveness targeting China), political intrigue (Senators Manchin and Sinema), and a boogie man (Covid-19 Omicron variant), set against a mid-term election that will most likely flip the US House of Representatives and turbo charge the political environment leading up to 2024 Presidential campaign.

Jan 28, 2022

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NASE Applauds the New Entrepreneurs of the Small Business Boom

With new U.S. Census data from the Biden Administration “Americans are applying to start new businesses at a record rate, up about 30 percent compared to before the pandemic,” Keith Hall, president and CEO of the National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE), the nation’s leading advocate and resource for the self-employed and micro-business community, today responded it illustrates “the true entrepreneurial spirt of America.”

Jan 25, 2022

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As Self-Employment Surges During the Pandemic, NASE Continues to Support Small Business Recovery

As the American small business community continues to recover from the Coronavirus pandemic entering its third year, Keith Hall, president and CEO of the National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE), the nation’s leading advocate and resource for the self-employed and micro-business community, today applauded the American small business community's perseverance and determination throughout the pandemic, while the community experiences a surge in solo entrepreneurship.

Jan 21, 2022

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9 Small Business Practices to Instate in 2022 to Make Tax Season Simple

Tax season is just around the corner, which means you’re probably dreading tax prep right now. While there’s not much you can do for 2021 taxes, you can start practicing better habits throughout 2022 so you’re better prepared next year. Here are some of the best small business accounting practices to help make tax season simple.

Jan 20, 2022

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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:

Jan 19, 2022

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Small Business Email Marketing Tips

In today's day and age, small businesses need to leverage any tool that they can to build their brand and customer base. Email marketing was, is, and will be one of the most powerful tactics that professionals use to acquire leads and make sales online. Considering that there are emailing tools that are essentially free for businesses just starting out, there is simply no good reason not to use email marketing as part of your selling strategy.

Jan 19, 2022

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Overhaul Your SEO Strategy With Google Analytics

Web analytics tools aren't just the preserve of big business. Even the smallest entrepreneurial enterprise can benefit from analytics technology. Google Analytics is one of the most used tools on the web, offering a full suite of features that can be readily adapted to bolster your SEO strategy.

Jan 19, 2022

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Given IRS’ Announcement, NASE Encouraging Small Businesses to Start Preparing Now for Upcoming Tax Season

With the news from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) there may be delays in processing 2021 tax returns and in response opening of the tax season two weeks earlier on January 24th, Keith Hall, president and CEO of the National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE), the nation’s leading advocate and resource for the self-employed and micro-business community, today offered the following advice for the American public and the nation’s small business community in filing this year’s tax returns on time:

Jan 11, 2022

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8 Ways to Enjoy the Holidays as a Small Business Owner

The Holidays have looked a little different this year and last year, but with the help of mitigation tools like masks and social distancing and the wide availability of COVID-19 vaccines, things are looking brighter on the horizon. We all remain cautious and put our families, friends, and communities’ safety first, but as the weather cools and the vaccine numbers grow, so does our ability to return to a semblance of normal.

Dec 16, 2021

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Courtesy of NASE.org
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