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Poised For Growth
NASE Members need to evaluate exactly what growth means and how to make the climb to the next level a reality. The move is exhilarating but needs to be executed carefully and purposefully, experts caution. Here’s what you need to know to avoid stumbling as you step up to your next level.
and business plans together before you start a business. If you don’t have a good business plan, …And Into the Marketplace, a Tustin, Calif., publisher of business planning books and software. The micro, micro-business owners stayed in survival mode as the economy swooned in a recession. Now, are allowing themselves to plan for something they haven’t emphasized in a long time: growth. The idea of taking a business to the next level seems possible again. However, before charging ahead, NASE

 

You're In Business For Yourself, Not By Yourself
Have you ever wanted to talk with a Lawyer but thought it would cost too much money? How about an accountant or financial planner? It is easy to think that getting expert advice is hard to come by because it may either cost too much for that experts time or you simply might not know who to ask. That’s why the NASE provides this service free of charge to our members. We know experts can be costly and we know that not everyone knows who to turn to for sound advice. Included in every NASE membership is the ability to use our Expert Portal to ask specific questions you have about your business (or future business) and your own situation.
You're In Business For Yourself, Not By Yourself, Have you ever wanted to talk with a Lawyer but thought it would cost too much money? How about an accountant or financial planner? It is easy to think that getting expert advice is hard to come, business (or future business) and your own situation. Rather than searching the internet for someone’s, (and pay!) these experts so you, our members don’t have to. Remember, you are in business, be able to find the help you need. Got questions? We can help! - Taxes - Business Strategy - Business

 

Washington Watch - February 4, 2010
than three-quarters of the micro-business owners surveyed (77 percent) are not planning on hiring, - The NASE also supports the Obama Administration's plan to allow small business to write off up, . The President has also announced plans to eliminate capital gains taxes on small business investments, recovery, the sluggish economy has had a negative impact on the operations and hiring plans of many small businesses. Over sixty percent of the self-employed and micro-business owners indicate

 

Don’t Let The Flu Get You
Seasonal influenza arrives every fall, but the new flu bug that began circulating last spring has kept the flu in the headlines ever since. This winter we’re at risk not just from the ordinary flu but also H1N1, a novel strain of swine flu that was first identified in April 2009. This report outlines the difference between H1N1 and seasonal flu, offers tips on staying healthy, and explains what to do if you or someone you know comes down with the virus.
. Identify essential business functions and plan how your company could fulfill them if key staffers, to help businesses plan for the influenza season www.pandemicflu.gov/professional/business   Ready Business A government site to help companies plan for emergencies www.ready.gov/business/plan, or severe vomiting What Business Owners Can Do The following tips can help you protect your workers and safeguard your business.   Stay informed about the status of the flu in your area. Watch

 

E-Waste Is Not a Dirty Word
What are you supposed to do with broken or outdated office equipment? Fortunately, there are an increasing number of eco-friendly ways to dispose of this waste without hurting the environment.
Dispose of Unwanted Electronics The Eco-Friendly Way By Mollie Neal After being in business, of the remains. Some will even come to your business and clear out your castaways, , batteries and CDs. “Beyond selling products we wanted to do more to help the planet and give, to help others and protect the planet. If you like the idea of combining environmental, ,” says Rosoff. And if business data is acquired and misused, you could be liable. Fortunately it

 

Self-Employed for Seniors
Wendy Miller is the owner and Principal of Annapolis Senior Care Solutions located in Annapolis, Maryland. Additionally, she holds her LCSW-C license and is an approved supervisor through the State of Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners. Annapolis Senior Care Solutions specializes in helping seniors maximize their quality of life. Their goal is to provide seniors and their families counsel about lifestyle choices and services that maximize health and wellbeing. Wendy has been a member since 2014.
? No, I do not have any other employees; however, plan to add employees as needed as my business grows, for seniors and their families. When and why did you start your business? I officially launched my own business, Annapolis Senior Care Solutions, a geriatric care management practice, in the fall of 2015, to successfully age. What challenges have you faced in your business? How have you overcome them? The emotional attachment to your own business’s success can be challenging at times. I overcome

 

Congress Looks To Expand 529 College Savings Plans
Last month the Senate Finance Committee unanimously approved S.335, To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to improve 529 plans, following the House Ways and Means committee which approved, H.R. 529, an identical measure in February.
Congress Looks To Expand 529 College Savings Plans, Code of 1986 to improve 529 plans, following the House Ways and Means committee which approved, H.R. 529, an identical measure in February. What are 529 College Savings Plans 529 College Savings Plans were created in 1996 by the “Small Business Job Protection Act” and the plans further evolved in 2001, when then President Bush signed into law “The Tax Relief Act of 2001,” turning 529 plans, plan assets reached $204.5 billion, illustrating the importance and use of these tax-free plans

 

Striking While the Iron is Hot
Starting a business is an exciting endeavor. When the possibilities are endless and the canvas before you is blank, it is often easy to get swept up in the excitement and lose sight of some of the key logistics and planning that are essential to growing a business. This white paper examines some important considerations for any new business owner and provides practical tips for success.
logistics and planning that are essential to growing a business. This white paper examines some, against your business concept. Will your planned business allow you to achieve your personal, are planning to build a business in real estate, it is important to understand the current state, ? Be sure to build this into your business plan and timeline to ensure profitability and help prevent, , an exit strategy is an important component of any business plan. An exit strategy does not only relate

 

President Issues Executive Order on Retirement
On August 31, President Trump, directed the Departments of Labor and Treasury to explore ways in which they can advance several changes to retirement programs to expand their impact and use by millions of Americans. As note in this Forbes.com article, the EO focuses on three initiatives:
long-term financial planning opportunities.” Hall continued, “Multiple employer plans are one option, Employer Plans, which would allow companies to offer financial institutions’ 401(k) plans with participants, independent 401(k) plan which is cost prohibitive for small businesses; 3. Review paperwork and administrative requirements for administering a 401(k) plan; with an eye towards making it easier for small and medium size employers to offer plans to their employees. Following the announcement, NASE

 

The Failure To Plan Is A Plan To Fail ... Or Is It?
The Failure To Plan Is A Plan To Fail ... Or Is It?, that sooner or later you'll be hit with; "If you don't have a business plan you're on the road, mother and I'm not going to put a guilt trip on you for not having a business plan! I'm also not going, plan can be a valuable management tool to make your business more successful! While all the hoopla about business plans does make some reasonable sense in a lot of situations ... the truth is that few of us ever create formal business plans. That is, unless we are headed off to our friendly banker

 

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