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Last Minute Small Business Tax Tips From NASE National Tax Advisor, CPA

Small-business owners who have put off doing their 2011 tax return so far this year have less than a week until Tax Day. The National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) has one piece of advice – don’t panic.

Published on April 02, 2012

Washington Watch - March 14, 2012

Published on March 14, 2012

Tax Time: Deducting The Business Use Of Your Automobile

Business expenses come with the territory when you are an entrepreneur. Some expenses, however, can be easy to miss come tax time because they do not show up in your business checkbook.

Published on February 27, 2012

Washington Watch - February 22, 2012

Published on February 22, 2012

Small Business Worker Classification: Independent Contractor Or Employee?

The self-employed contribute a mighty portion to the U.S. economy – nearly $1 trillion. There is no question that they are helping create jobs by growing and hiring new workers. The question is, by hiring additional workers, are micro-businesses (those with 10 or fewer employees) actually creating more paperwork for themselves?

Published on February 14, 2012

Taxes: Self-Employed Can Deduct Health Insurance (Bloomberg Businessweek)

The self-employed health insurance deduction is one of the most powerful deductions you can take—and one of the single most-powerful ways to address the affordability of health insurance, says the NASE's Keith Hall.

Published on February 08, 2012

Preparing Your 2011 Tax Return (WLW-AM)

NASE National Tax Advisor Keith Hall talks about tips for getting a jump on your 2011 tax return, such as taking the mileage deduction.

Published on January 26, 2012

The Tax Deduction Mitt Romney Did Not Take (New York Times)

Oddly, there was one strategy that Mr. Romney did not use — a full deduction for health insurance premiums that is available to most self-employed people. Read on as the NASE explains why.

Published on January 25, 2012

2011 Tax Changes For The Self-Employed

Prior to preparing 2011 tax forms, the self-employed and micro-businesses (fewer than 10 employees) should be aware of a number of tax law changes, but also must stay focused and connected for new changes that are inevitable during 2012.

Published on January 09, 2012

Washington Watch - April 13, 2011

Published on April 13, 2011

Last Minute Small Business Tax Tips From NASE National Tax Advisor, CPA

Small-business owners who have put off doing their 2010 tax return so far this year have less than two weeks until Tax Day. The National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) has one piece of advice – don’t panic.

Published on April 13, 2011

Washington Watch - April 6, 2011

Published on April 06, 2011

Self-Employed Workers Can Reduce Health Insurance Costs (USA TODAY)

The National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) estimates the provision will save self-employed business owners $456 to $968 in taxes, based on average health insurance premiums.

Published on April 05, 2011

Washington Watch - March 23, 2010

Published on March 23, 2011

Self-Employed: How To Survive An Audit

The IRS expects one in six of total 2010 tax returns will be filed by self-employed Schedule C filers. A small percentage of those self-employed businesses will be subject to an audit each year.

Published on March 23, 2011

Tax Time: Deducting The Business Use Of Your Automobile

Business expenses come with the territory when you are an entrepreneur. Some expenses, however, can be easy to miss come tax time because they do not show up in your business checkbook.

Published on March 02, 2011

Washington Watch - March 2, 2011

Published on March 02, 2011

Washington Watch - February 24, 2011

Published on February 24, 2011

How To Find A Qualified Tax Preparer (Wall Street Journal)

According to Keith Hall, national tax adviser for the National Association for the Self-Employed, a nonprofit business group in Washington, D.C., you should hire someone experienced in preparing tax returns for start-ups. Further, the more recent the experience he or she has doing this, the better.

Published on February 15, 2011

Why It's Worth Paying For A Tax Pro (Wall Street Journal)

This tax season, entrepreneurs operating on a tight budget may be tempted to forgo professional help in preparing their companies' returns. But experts say the investment is typically worthwhile -- at least for those just starting out -- to maximize deductions and avoid penalties.

Published on February 13, 2011

Washington Watch - April 7, 2010

Published on April 07, 2010

Tax Tips For Procrastinators From NASE National Tax Advisor, CPA

It’s okay if you have not filed yet because the National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) is offering some last minute tax tips to make the process go smoothly.

Published on March 31, 2010

New Tax Changes For Self-Employed (CNN.com)

As the April 15 income tax filing deadline approaches, the top tax expert at the National Association for the Self-Employed offers his best advice for business people who work for themselves.

Published on March 18, 2010

How To Prepare Your Micro-Business For Future Audits

Prepare taxes that will sail through the audit process is as easy as following the Three Cs of Tax Preparation. Find out more...

Published on February 18, 2010

How To Prepare Your Micro-Business For Future Audits

Preparing taxes that will sail through the audit process is as easy as following the Three Cs of Tax Preparation.

Published on February 17, 2010

Washington Watch - February 11, 2010

Published on February 11, 2010

Washington Watch - January 14, 2010

Published on January 14, 2010

2009 Tax Changes For The Self-Employed

Prior to preparing 2009 tax forms, the self-employed and micro-businesses (fewer than 10 employees) should be aware of a few tax law changes, including adjustments to the standard mileage rate and the self-employment tax.

Published on January 13, 2010

NASE National Tax Advisor To Congress: Support Extending Tax Incentives For Small Biz

When appearing before Congress, NASE National Tax Advisor and Certified Public Accountant, Keith Hall, has one piece of advice for lawmakers – in order to continue growing and creating jobs, small businesses need to be able to count on a number of tax incentives

Published on December 11, 2009

Washington Watch - December 10, 2009

Published on December 10, 2009

Washington Watch - October 7, 2009

Published on October 07, 2009

NASE To Attend Orlando Small Business Community Day – Sept. 17

This fall, small-business owners in the Orlando-area will have a great opportunity to broaden their skills and network with other entrepreneurs and small business-centered organizations and companies. The Association of Small Business Development Centers (ASBDC) is hosting “Orlando Small Business Community Day” on Thursday, September 17, at Rosen Shingle Creek Resort.

Published on September 01, 2009

A Simpler Home Office Deduction (CNN Money)

Offering a standard home office deduction would save the self-employed a chunk of change each year, says NASE National Tax Advisor Keith Hall.

Published on August 18, 2009

KEITH HALL Related Blog Posts

Entrepreneurial Spirit

I love small business owners. I know this sounds kind of sappy, and as the President of the National Association for the Self Employed I probably notice this kind of thing more than most, but it really makes me proud when I see that entrepreneurial spirit. I was out yesterday and saw a local high school band having a car wash. I pulled in and let them do their best. But that wasn’t the sappy part. There were three kids, maybe 8 years old, who had set up lemonade and iced tea stand. Right there in the heat!

Published on August 11, 2014

Dog Days of Summer & Your Local Challenge

It’s August, which I guess means that we are in the dog days of summer; lots of hot weather but also lots of swimming pools and cold glasses of lemonade. The good news for me is that despite the season there are still lots of questions from NASE members that we get to answer every day. One NASE member posted a question regarding income earned during a speaking engagement overseas, actually in London, England. Her question made me realize all over again just how pervasive the influence of small business continues to be.

Published on August 04, 2014

The New Year – Time to Get in Shape

Another holiday season has come and gone and hopefully all of your best wishes came true. Most of us are now focused on the New Year with high expectations and new commitments for success. And in many cases that includes those high minded New Year’s resolutions that probably include losing a few pounds or maybe just striving to get in shape. Committing to better health is a great way to start the year whether that includes a better diet, a daily walk or short jog, or maybe even just one less dessert each week. The key is to just pick something and then stick to it long enough to build a habit that leads to the result you want.

Published on January 10, 2014

Yes, it's April 15th, but don't panic!

Well, it's here. April 15th and the tax return is due today. My guess is that a bunch of us have not completed all of the detail that we had hoped to and now we're not sure what to do. First, don't panic!

Published on April 15, 2013

Don't be tempted by the fudge! - Tax Tip #4

Published on March 25, 2013

The worst tax return mistake of them all! - Tax Tip #3

Any deduction that is eligible, allowable, and even encouraged, yet for whatever reason was omitted from the return means that a small-business owner is giving more money than is owed to the IRS.

Published on March 19, 2013

Do I Really Need a CPA?

Published on August 15, 2012

Which Retirement Plan Should I Choose? [NASE Experts]

Published on July 19, 2012

How Much Can I Save On Health Costs?

Published on June 18, 2012

Last Minute Tax Tips

Published on April 13, 2012

More New Jobs and Even More New Small Businesses [Guest Post]

Published on April 03, 2012

Expiring Tax Deductions [Guest Post]

Published on March 27, 2012

Tax Tip: Surviving An IRS Audit

Published on March 19, 2012

The New 1099-K – Who Knows?

Published on March 12, 2012

One Down, 22 Million To Go

Published on March 05, 2012

Reclassifying Independent Contract Workers As Employees?

Published on January 27, 2012

How Can The NASE Help You With Your Taxes? Plus, Facebook! [Video]

Published on January 19, 2012

Study: Federal Regs Cost Businesses Billions In 2011

Published on January 09, 2012

Self-Employed: How To Survive An Audit

Published on March 25, 2011

Tax Tips for Procrastinators

Published on April 14, 2010

TaxTalk Is Coming Your Way -- Register For A Seminar Today!

Published on February 03, 2010

2009 Tax Changes For Micro-Businesses

Published on January 14, 2010

How to keep people awake: Any pointers?

Published on October 02, 2009

Filed Your Taxes? Time To Get Ready For Next Year

Published on April 17, 2009

Radio Tour? Are You Kidding Me?

Published on February 26, 2009

Love Being Self Employed

Published on January 24, 2009

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