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    on Wyndham hotels and car rental from Budget Enterprise and Hertz Where can I find business management support Turbo Tax BizFillings and QuickBooks can help you run your business Where can I find professional and reliable PC repair Xtech support packages can help Become a member and enjoy a myriad of cost saving benefits for only 120 yr Become a Member Your Membership comes with valuable cost savings such as

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  • Grant Recipients Archive
    Employment Tax Calculator Helpful Links ASBDC Member Directory Search My NASE About Me Account Benefits Optional Benefits Payment Details Expert Questions Email Subscriptions Membership Directory Grant Recipients Join Now to Apply Today NASE Growth Grant winners are chosen each month and are awarded up to 4 000 to support the growth of their business The Growth Grant money is used to help grow small businesses by providing extra capital to hire and train additional employees take up new marketing initiatives purchase new equipment and many other creative ways to improve businesses June 2015 Shaquille Pariag Shaquille Pariag an NASE Member from Reston Virginia was awarded an NASE Growth Grant in June 2015 Clairvoyance is a strategic development firm that provides graphic and web design services marketing audio video production and business development services Shaquille will be using the grant to purchase new equipment for his business May 2015 Brooke Kinsey Brooke Kinsey an NASE Member from Columbus Ohio was awarded an NASE Growth Grant in May 2015 Bleu Fig is a full service boutique catering and design company with a fresh and sophisticated take on celebrations Brooke will be using this loan to help pay for an event hall so Bleu and fig can host events at their brick and mortar location April 2015 Ernesto Dominguez Ernesto Dominguez an NASE Member from Miami Florida was awarded an NASE Growth Grant in April 2015 Since 2012 Ernesto has run The Senior Club focusing on improving overall health and well being to the seniors in their care With this grant Mr Dominguez plans to expand and renovate the center March 2015 Russell Edwards Russell Edwards an NASE Member from Chuckey Tennessee was awarded an NASE Growth Grant in March 2015 Russell is the owner and supervisor of Major Appliance HQ With this

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  • Benefit Details for NASE Members
    Legislative Action Center Business Help Ask the Experts Taxes Business Strategy Business Law Marketing 101 Finance Accounting Health Care Reform Marketing Advertising Real Estate Information Technology NASE Minute Get Help Tax Healthcare Reform Health Marketing 101 Business Management Marketing Advertising Real Estate Calculators Business Breakeven Analysis Calculator Cash Flow Calculator Equipment Buy vs Lease Investment Annual Rate of Return Calculator Mortgage Mortgage Loan Calculator Retirement Savings and Planning 401 k Calculator How long will my retirement savings last Tax 1040 Tax Calculator Payroll Deductions Calculator Self Employment Tax Calculator Helpful Links ASBDC Member Directory Search My NASE About Me Account Benefits Optional Benefits Payment Details Expert Questions Email Subscriptions Membership Directory NASE Benefit Details Login using your NASE org web account to begin using your benefits right away Don t have an account Set it up today Not a member Join now Join the NASE Today The NASE is America s leading non profit association providing educational resources benefits and a seat at the table in Washington D C Access Your Benefits Our exclusive Member Benefit allows you to save money on your personal and professional expenses The benefits explained herein are offered at the sole discretion of the association

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  • NASE Refer-A-Friend
    your story Become a Media Contact Legislative Action Center Business Help Ask the Experts Taxes Business Strategy Business Law Marketing 101 Finance Accounting Health Care Reform Marketing Advertising Real Estate Information Technology NASE Minute Get Help Tax Healthcare Reform Health Marketing 101 Business Management Marketing Advertising Real Estate Calculators Business Breakeven Analysis Calculator Cash Flow Calculator Equipment Buy vs Lease Investment Annual Rate of Return Calculator Mortgage Mortgage Loan Calculator Retirement Savings and Planning 401 k Calculator How long will my retirement savings last Tax 1040 Tax Calculator Payroll Deductions Calculator Self Employment Tax Calculator Helpful Links ASBDC Member Directory Search My NASE About Me Account Benefits Optional Benefits Payment Details Expert Questions Email Subscriptions Membership Directory Refer a Friend You re in business for yourself not by yourself Find Us LOGIN Member Login Username The username is required Password The password is required Forgot Username Forgot Password Not a member Join Today Need to create a web account Terms and Conditions Active referral is defined by a member who has paid in full Gift cards will be sent to members based on the current NASE org referral promotion Points and gift cards greater than ten will be paid in

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  • Latest News about The NASE | Small Business Grants | Health Reforms | Taxes and Accounting
    Business Saturday Supporters Ramp Up To Get Share of Holiday Shoppers The Cleveland Plain Dealer Nov 25 2015 CLEVELAND Ohio Two years ago Carl Baldesare was sitting on a patio outside of a relatively quiet local bakery in Cleveland Heights watching a steady flow of foot traffic at a nearby national chain bagel shop Impulsively he walked down the street and started asking customers why they didn t check out the local bakery and café instead Has DC Health Link Unleashed an Entrepreneurial Spirit in District Residents Washington City Paper Oct 23 2015 After seven years at the same job Alka Pateriya had begun to think about striking out on her own as an independent consultant But it wasn t until late 2013 by which point she d been working at the research company Westat for nearly nine years that she began making moves Freelancers Make More Money and Are Just Better People Streetwise Oct 20 2015 Freelancers say they are making more money than their office job counterparts according to a new report The survey results may only tell part of the story but even if freelancers who work from home are making less than their full time counterparts they appear to be getting something else that full time workers don t Freelancers are more positive and they say they re more likely to vote Q A with Katie Wonnenberg of the NASE CQ Roll Call Sep 25 2015 As vice president for government relations and public affairs at the National Association for the Self Employed NASE Katie Wonnenberg leads the association s federal advocacy and communication strategy in representing the 23 million self employed and micro businesses across the country In today s Q A she discusses key advocacy strategies she s employed at NASE including how best to keep members motivated when it seems like nothing is happening on Capitol Hill Self Employment in the U S C SPAN Sep 08 2015 NASE s President and Chief Executive Officer Keith Hall sat down with C SPAN to talk about policy issues affecting self employed workers in the U S NASE Op Ed Ensuring the Healthcare System Works for All Aug 12 2015 The United States Supreme Court s recent historic decision in King v Burwell upholding the right of federal premium assistance guaranteed millions of Americans the right to keep their healthcare Last month s ruling along with the previous 2012 Supreme Court decision affirming the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act was a profound victory for the ideal that healthcare should be a right of all Americans rich or poor individual or small business owner These decisions by the U S Supreme Court mark the existence and importance of the nation s new healthcare system by keeping the law in tact and establishing a precedent for future debates regarding healthcare in America Katie Vlietstra on Policies Affecting the Self Employed C SPAN Jul 13 2015 NASE s Vice President for Government Relations and Public Affairs Katie

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  • Have You “Sound Branded” Your Business Yet?
    wide surveys on topics such as health coverage and retirement security the NASE ensures it has the pulse of micro business Go to NASE Research Legislative Action Center Contact your legislators and learn how they ve voted on small business issues through the Legislative Action Center Tell Your Story to give Congress and the Administration a window into your real life experiences and become a media contact to speak about small business issues with the press Legislative Action Center NASE in the News Go to NASE Research Legislative Action Center NASE in Action Through NASE the self employed and micro businesses have a powerful voice representing their interests on many topics including on support for small business and small business legislation regulations NASE has a strong track record of advocating for its members on Capitol Hill Through efforts like the online Legislative Action Center and the Tell Your Story initiative NASE provides an easy and timely way for micro business owners to get involved and express their opinions to elected officials Find out who your elected officials are and how they are voting Top Legislative Priorities Fairness in Tax Compliance Access to Affordable Health Coverage Self Employment Tax on Health Insurance Premiums Get Involved Become a Media Contact Tell Your Story Stay connected with NASE s Self Made Blog Action Alert Have You Sound Branded Your Business Yet by Scott Stryker Jan 28 2016 By Rose Caiazzo NASE Guest Blog post We all know that branding for your business is important However have you created an actual voice for your company that reflects its branded style It s a fact Branding is a very important marketing tool that every business or organization should think about Why Well simply put it s the personality that identifies a product service or company In addition it s been proven time and time again that proper branding can result in higher sales OK now we re talking But what s even more interesting Truly successful branding is obtained when someone can remember a brand without being exposed to the company name but rather through visual or audible signifiers On that note let s focus on what we HEAR Great examples of this can be found through the Walt Disney Company They are very successful with branding cartoon characters by the way they sound Donald Duck will always have a quacky voice Porky Pig just can t get rid of that darned stutter Goofy sounds well pretty goofy And even a unique tune or set of notes can denote a brand like NBC TV s Station ID chime Or the newer Nationwide TV commercials where the actors like Peyton Manning hum the tune throughout Nationwide is on your side Sorry is that in your head now So Taking a look at your own business or organization what kind of sound do you need What style of voice matches what you do and allows for others to feel comfortable and reach out for your product or

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  • Washington Watch - January 20, 2016
    a primary resource for legislators businesses and the media to see what micro business owners are doing and for media coverage on small business news Through nation wide surveys on topics such as health coverage and retirement security the NASE ensures it has the pulse of micro business Go to NASE Research Legislative Action Center Contact your legislators and learn how they ve voted on small business issues through the Legislative Action Center Tell Your Story to give Congress and the Administration a window into your real life experiences and become a media contact to speak about small business issues with the press Legislative Action Center NASE in the News Go to NASE Research Legislative Action Center NASE in Action Through NASE the self employed and micro businesses have a powerful voice representing their interests on many topics including on support for small business and small business legislation regulations NASE has a strong track record of advocating for its members on Capitol Hill Through efforts like the online Legislative Action Center and the Tell Your Story initiative NASE provides an easy and timely way for micro business owners to get involved and express their opinions to elected officials Find out who your elected officials are and how they are voting Top Legislative Priorities Fairness in Tax Compliance Access to Affordable Health Coverage Self Employment Tax on Health Insurance Premiums Get Involved Become a Media Contact Tell Your Story Stay connected with NASE s Self Made Blog Action Alert Have You Sound Branded Your Business Yet Thursday January 28 2016 By Rose Caiazzo NASE Guest Blog post We all know that branding for your business is important However have you created an actual voice for your company that reflects its branded style It s a fact Branding is a very important marketing tool that every business or organization should think about Why Well simply put it s the personality that identifies a product service or company In addition it s been proven time and time again that proper branding can result in higher sales OK now we re talking But what s even more interesting Truly successful branding is obtained when someone can remember a View all NASE news Washington Watch January 20 2016 Wednesday January 20 2016 HRA Legislation Remains Top Priority in 2016 The National Association for the Self Employed remains committed to enacting legislation that would allow for small business 50 or less employees to utilize Health Reimbursement Arrangements without penalty Please read this great op ed by Joel White president of the Council for Affordable Health Coverage of which the NASE is a proud board member IRS Fines Small Business for Lending a Helping Hand Sentinel News Ogden UT SBA Chief Council for Advocacy Officially Sworn In Darry L DePriest was confirmed and sworn in as the Small Business Administration s Chief Council for Advocacy The Office of Advocacy of the U S Small Business Administration SBA is an independent voice for small business within the federal

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  • NASE Op-Ed: Ensuring the Healthcare System Works for All
    attack on an obscure part of the healthcare system Less than one week after the Supreme Court s recent decision the IRS began enforcing a policy imposing a 100 a day fine per employee on small businesses that offer traditional Health Reimbursement Accounts HRAs a devastating blow to the small business community As an unintended consequence of the ACA HRAs were outlawed for the majority of the small business community with 49 or less employees who did not fall under the employer mandate and did not meet the law s Essential Health Benefit requirements This eliminated the use of this traditional often utilized healthcare tool for millions of small businesses including the self employed and micro businesses Creating an unequal healthcare system only small businesses with 50 or more employees that met that ACA s rules could continue to also offer HRAs There was an immediate outcry by millions of small businesses across the country arguing that this discriminatory policy directly targeted the heart and soul of American ingenuity and entrepreneurship The new IRS policy which took effect July 1 strikes at the core of the original intent of our nation s new law a law designed to expand healthcare options and opportunities for all Americans not eliminate and limit vital healthcare resources for an essential segment of the American population HRAs have historically been a very powerful and effective tool for the small business community to do right by their employees by helping them pay for crucial healthcare needs Under these arrangements small employers who did not offer a group plan could offer some form of financial assistance to their employees for qualified healthcare expenses such as co pays prescription drugs and deductibles Part time and seasonal employees have often relied on HRAs for vital healthcare support Furthermore HRAs are a fair and impartial you must offer the same amount to each employee who has an HRA account This could not be anymore critical for the millions of sole proprietors and small business owners that fall outside the employer mandate Despite being a part of the largest small business sector they are treated as individuals and must obtain coverage on the individual exchange Without the threshold of 50 employees to be considered for the small business exchange they do not meet all of the law s requirements For instance the baker or the graphic designer who cannot afford a full group plan but still want to help their employees with some financial assistance for healthcare needs with HRAs could now face the threat of IRS penalties that some estimate could cost small business owners over 30 000 per year That s why in February of this year when the Treasury Department announced a delay in the enforcement of this rule many small business owners breathed a sigh of relief Scores of small businesses cheered they would not be unfairly penalized for simply offering an important healthcare resource to their employees This delay allowed for the legislative process to begin

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