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NASE Voices Strong Opposition to Proposed IRS Reporting Requirements

As millions of America’s smallest businesses slowly try to recover from the economic impact of the Covid crisis, the National Association for the Self-Employed, the nation's leading advocate and resource for the self-employed and micro-businesses, today voiced it’s strong opposition to a proposed, new Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reporting requirement that would greatly impact the small business community. The rule would be costly, invade the privacy of Americans, and also add another burdensome layer of regulations unfairly targeting American small businesses.

Oct 26, 2021

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Why Small Businesses Should be Creating Facebook Ad Campaigns

Did you know that there are more than 2.89 billion active Facebook users? As the power of social media continues to make itself known, this figure will continue to grow. If you happen to own a small business, it only makes sense that you should take advantage of this incredibly massive demographic.

Oct 19, 2021

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A Guide to Becoming a Real Estate Agent

Are you considering a career in real estate? You are in good company; many Americans hold an interest in becoming a real estate agent. This is due in part to the fact that real estate sales can offer an incredibly lucrative career - if you put the work in. It can also be an attractive business because licensing requirements, while varying from state to state, due not usually require a college degree. If you are interested in learning more about how to become a real estate agent, then please read on.

Oct 19, 2021

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2 Ways to Protect Your Business Online

For many entrepreneurs, an online presence is an essential part of doing business. Especially in the past year, the ability to do business online has allowed many to maintain their livelihoods during a time of economic uncertainty. Although the internet has given business owners the ability to adapt and grow, a digital presence also leaves you vulnerable to cyber crime. Nearly 64% of small businesses have a website, and if you store customers’ or clients’ personal or financial information through your site, you’re a potential target for cyber attacks.

Oct 18, 2021

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Investing in Your Small Business

Running a successful small business isn’t just about the day-to-day actions of keeping your operations afloat. You need to have a firm focus on the future. As such, making the right investments into your small business is an essential element in ensuring your future is well guided and supported.

Oct 08, 2021

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Tips to Improve Your Customer Online Shopping Experience

eCommerce has gained permanent traction on the global market, but that doesn’t mean our real-world shopping experiences are obsolete. Traditional shops hold time-tested wisdom gained through years of experience, wisdom we can take advantage of to enhance customer online shopping experience. Let’s explore a few easy, time-tested and fast methods of improving your customer experience.

Oct 01, 2021

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Don’t Fall, Ensure Your Workplace is Safe

A small business owner wears many hats; from a customer service representative to an accountant, marketing guru to HR, you’re expected to be the expert on how your business operates. While you are busy making sure your business runs smoothly, some safety measures may get overlooked. No matter what industry you work in, safety is a priority.

Sep 24, 2021

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Self-Employed Fitness

Damien A. Joyner, JD, CPT, ICEI is a fitness professional and Owner of Incremental Fitness in San Diego, California. Incremental Fitness is focused on helping the active aging adult move with more strength, balance, agility and overall confidence. Before venturing into self-employment with his own fitness business, Damien’s past includes an international relations degree, non-profit work and law school.

Sep 24, 2021

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Infrastructure, Reconciliation, Debt Ceiling Will Make Fall Very Busy

This Fall, Congress will have to simultaneously move three major pieces of legislation: infrastructure, budget reconciliation process and an increase to the debt ceiling, laying the ground work for an incredibly jam packed fall in the policy space.

Sep 24, 2021

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Tips to Optimize your eCommerce Business for Mobile

We use smartphones for everything from controlling the temperature in our homes, to shopping for groceries, clothing and even a new house or car! Non-optimized sites are quickly abandoned by mobile users when they see text is cut off, buttons or menus are hidden or unavailable, or they aren’t able to clearly see your product pictures and graphics. Screens are getting larger, to make interaction with our devices easier, and 51% of internet users are using those screens for shopping. Optimizing your site for mobile use is the only way to take advantage of this growing trend.

Sep 17, 2021

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Courtesy of NASE.org
https://www.nase.org/news/page/8