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Washington Watch - July 15, 2009
NASE Asks Senators To Lower Health Costs For Small Business The United States Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship recently held a roundtable to discuss the impact of various, with Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and other small business owners and advocates. Arslan spoke about how NASE Members consistently cite health care as the top issue affecting their business, and their business. “Our nations’ smallest businesses not only want health reform but in fact, they need

 

7 Questions To Ask Before Buying Long-Term Care Insurance
If you’re relatively healthy and independent, it’s unpleasant to contemplate a future that includes living in a nursing home or needing home care. Long-term care describes the assistance you’ll need—beyond medical help—if you are unable to provide for your own needs and end up in a nursing home or an assisted-living facility or must have help in your own home. This report will help you decide whether and when to buy—and how to avoid common pitfalls.
of chronic physical impairment, according to America’s Health Insurance Plans. More than half of those, hiring a fee-only financial planner who can help you determine which policy is best. He or she, facility of your choice rather than a plan-specified facility.   The ability to have your own physician, will still be in business 20, 30 or 40 years in the future.    Financial advisors recommend picking, information, including a free planning kit and costs of care in each state www.longtermcare.gov

 

Expanded Opportunities for Retirement Savings
Prior to Congress adjourning for 2019, the House and Senate passed a government spending bill that included the SECURE Act, also known as the “Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019,”which has been supported by the NASE.
structure.” The Trump Administration’s 2018 executive order opened multiple employer plans (MEPs) to small businesses and “expand(ed) access to workplace retirement savings plans for American workers.” The executive order would no longer require small businesses to have formal business ties, to 401k retirement savings plans. Key provisions of the bill include: Annuities in 401(k) plans, 401(k) plans. Currently, employers hold the fiduciary responsibility to ensure these products

 

Think Of Yourself As A Business Owner
Think Of Yourself As A Business Owner, critical area of your business gets the attention it deserves. Develop your business plan Being, , but also seeing the big picture. And that means having a business plan. As a startup, your business plan needs to address: Specific descriptions of the products and services you want to offer, resources to get the results you want If you’ve never seen a business plan, check out more than 500, of business and read it over to see what kinds of information the plan addresses. But don’t get

 

NASE Teams With UnitedHealthOne For More Options In Health Coverage
-businesses and their families. We believe that micro-businesses deserve to have access to a health care plan, insurance choices to entrepreneurs, micro-business owners and other self-employed businesspeople in 20 states and Washington, D.C. The health plans through Golden Rule give options to NASE Members including co-pay plans similar to traditional employer-sponsored coverage as well as high deductible health plans that work in tandem with health savings accounts (HSAs). NASE Members choosing

 

Small Business: "The Heart of the American Economy"
Small Business: "The Heart of the American Economy", Posted by Molly Nelson - President Barack Obama and Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner unveiled a new package of aid aimed at small businesses today. President Obama told small-business owners, “You deserve a chance. America needs you to have that chance,” as he detailed plans to ease access to credit for small business owners. The Administration's plan includes increasing bank liquidity, The New York Times and the Washington Post's Small Business blog.

 

Grant Program Awards Over $150,000 To Members In Inaugural Year
Finding access to capital is without a doubt one of the biggest hurdles facing small businesses today, but for thirty-four micro-business owners, that hurdle is a little lower thanks to the National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE). The NASE awarded $152,204 in business grants to its members in 2006, the first year of the NASE’s Business Development Grant program.
koberlander@NASEadmin.org Twitter: koberlander 34 Micro-Business Owners Receive, a doubt one of the biggest hurdles facing small businesses today, but for thirty-four micro-business, ). The NASE awarded $152,204 in business grants to its members in 2006, the first year of the NASE’s Business Development Grant program. Launched in May, the NASE Business Development Grant program offers access to capital for micro-business owners who have a specific business need – but lack

 

Grant Program Awards Over $150,000 To Members In Inaugural Year
Finding access to capital is without a doubt one of the biggest hurdles facing small businesses today, but for thirty-four micro-business owners, that hurdle is a little lower thanks to the National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE). The NASE awarded $152,204 in business grants to its members in 2006, the first year of the NASE’s Business Development Grant program.
koberlander@NASEadmin.org Twitter: koberlander 34 Micro-Business Owners Receive, a doubt one of the biggest hurdles facing small businesses today, but for thirty-four micro-business, ). The NASE awarded $152,204 in business grants to its members in 2006, the first year of the NASE’s Business Development Grant program. Launched in May, the NASE Business Development Grant program offers access to capital for micro-business owners who have a specific business need – but lack

 

NASE President and CEO Keith Hall Testifies on Retirement Security
On Wednesday, March 27, NASE President and CEO, Keith Hall, provided testimony to the House Small Business Committee on the opportunities and challenges the self-employed face as it relates to retirement security.
business owners the importance of planning for retirement. Read Mr. Hall’s testimony here., On Wednesday, March 27, NASE President and CEO, Keith Hall, provided testimony to the House Small Business Committee on the opportunities and challenges the self-employed face as it relates, self-employed and micro-business owners to elevate retirement security as a business issue.” Mr, and regulatory environment for multi-employer pension plans as outlined in the August 2018 executive order. 3

 

If Not Now, When?
Posted by Molly Nelson - Over at EGO blog, Brett Owens wrote an interesting post about new entrepreneurs waiting for the perfect moment to start their business. Instead of waiting for the stars to align, Owens suggests simply starting your business, and dealing with problems as they arise. When did you decide to start your business? Were you waiting for "the opportune moment," or did you, Planning And Start Doing]

 

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