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  • Membership Directory
    Member Member Benefits Benefits At A Glance Optional Benefits Business Resources Experts Education Personal Home Member Badges Your Business Grants and Scholarships Growth Grant Recipients Dependents Scholarship Recipients Partners And Sponsors Affiliate Application Refer A Friend NASE in Action NASE Advocacy Efforts Legislative Priorities NASE In The News Washington Watch NASE Research Current NASE Survey NASE Member Survey NASE Issue Reports Self Employed Statistics Get Involved Tell 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 My NASE Profile Your FREE Listing in NASE s Small Business Locator Member Directory You must

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  • Insurance Benefits
    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 Insurance Benefits The NASE offers access to self employed health insurance and life insurance access to health and life insurance through USHEALTH Group insurance subsidiaries MetLife Assurant Golden Rule and others Check out the full complement of optional add on products that are available to members In addition to access to small business health insurance quotes NASE offers numerous discount programs no cost access to experts and resources to help you start your business USHEALTH Group America s Choice for Healthcare Access to Affordable Health Insurance for Self Employed Through its licensed life and health insurance companies USHEALTH Group offers quality insurance coverage to policyholders including a Comprehensive approach to Healthcare Coverage and Fixed Indemnity Health Insurance Health Coverage can be enhanced with supplemental plans such as Critical Illness Life Dental Accident Short Term Accident Disability and more Request a small business health insurance quote today 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 The benefits explained herein are offered at the sole discretion of the association and may

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  • NASE-Resources to Start a business, Get self-employed health insurance, and more - National Association for the Self-Employed
    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 START Your Business START Your Business Small Business Locator Self Informed Subscription Ask the Experts Member Pricing in Our Store Steps to Starting a Business GROW Your Business GROW Your Business NASE Growth Grants ADP Payroll Services Constant Contact Credit Debit Card Processing with FAPS SAVE on Business Expenses SAVE on Business Expenses NASE Members can save money on all kinds of business expenses like shipping printing payroll processing scholarships and so much more Take a look at all of our benefits Get Started Get Growing Start Saving Get Help Accessing Health Insurance Request a Health Quote Today for NASE s affordable health insurance options and learn more about the new health care law Request Health Insurance Quotes Become Part of Your Community Become part of your self employed community and receive the Self Informed eNewsletter First Name The first name is required Last Name The last name is required Email The email is required This email is not valid This email is already in use Benefits for Your Business Meet the Experts President Obama Delivers Last SOTU On Tuesday January 12 2016 President Obama delivered his final State of

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  • About NASE - The Nation's Leading Resource for Entrepreneurs
    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 ABOUT US The Nation s Leading Resource for Entrepreneurs I love knowing that what my business is today and how it will grow in the future is because of what I put into it Beth Ratchford Member since 2005 NASE Publications Explore our e newsletters articles and guides for expert answers to questions facing small business owners Self Informed Washington Watch In Depth Guides Get Publicity NASE Publications Foundation The NASE Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the National Association for the Self Employed Since 1981 the NASE has focused on providing a broad range of benefits to help entrepreneurs and their small businesses successfully complete in an increasingly competitive marketplace NASE Foundation Media Relations We can provide data you need and put you in touch with a micro business expert to get their perspective on economic and business trends as well as legislation affecting the self employed NASE in the News Press Kit Press Releases Request an Interview Media Relations NASE Publications NASE Foundation Media Relations About NASE The NASE was founded in 1981 to provide day to day support including direct access to experts benefits and consolidated buying power that traditionally had been available only to large corporations

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  • National Association Self-Employed - The Leading Resource Small Business Owners
    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 About the NASE The NASE provides a comprehensive package of offerings and benefits to its members including Focused How To Resources The NASE offers entrepreneurs and small business owners a wide range of resources and tools to help you run your business successfully Members are automatically e mailed every issue of the NASE s monthly e newsletter SelfInformed Members can access even more articles and resources online through the NASE s Learning Center NASE Members also have unlimited access to the NASE consultants to ask tax finance retirement and or operations questions Value Added Benefits Our focus is your success and NASE Members have access to a menu of high value benefits that contribute to your success Through our consolidated buying power you cut your costs on many products and services such as Legal help Healthcare insurance plans including major medical prescription drug plus dental and vision plans Home office insurance Credit cards Office supplies Website design Travel services including rental car fees and hotels Scholarships NASE Members can apply for an NASE Succeed Scholarship to help pay for university or college courses business certification or training and other courses and seminars to help improve their business Additionally the NASE Scholarship Program provides annual financial scholarships to children and dependents of NASE Members The NASE s Future Entrepreneur Scholarship is the largest scholarship in the nation devoted to the promotion of entrepreneurship among young people Over 1 9 million has been awarded since the scholarship program was launched in 1989 Your Voice in D C The NASE champions small businesses by providing a powerful voice backed by hundreds of thousands

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  • Frequently Asked Questions | What is The NASE | Small Business Resources
    employees or less or micro businesses With the knowledge and understanding that comes from focusing on this unique segment for over two decades the NASE is in a unique position to provide the education and support that these business owners need How many members does the NASE have Currently the NASE has over 50 000 dues paying members representing approximately 150 000 business owners and employees nationwide What is the typical profile of NASE membership NASE membership is as varied as the self employed community itself But during the association s history the organization has seen a shift to include more service and information based businesses This shift is reflective of trends in the broader economy Over time there also has been a trend toward younger workers entering self employment which is a domain that tended to belong more to older workers who had built up enough capital to go into business for themselves Who governs the NASE The strategies and activities of the NASE are overseen and closely managed by a Board of Directors The Board consists of small business owners representing a cross section of micro businesses from publishing and agribusiness to accounting and travel services Board members are intensely hands on in the association s business planning and practices The NASE doesn t simply represent micro business it is micro business What is the support that the NASE offers It is the most comprehensive support structure in the marketplace for micro businesses and it falls into four basic areas Focused How To Resources The NASE offers micro business owners a wide range of educational benefits and tools to help them run their business Members are automatically mailed a copy of the NASE s award winning bi monthly member magazine Self Employed Members can access even more articles and resources online through the NASE s Health Resource Center and Tax Resource Center among others NASE Members also have unlimited access to the NASE s experts to ask tax finance retirement and or operations questions Value Added Benefits The NASE provides its members access to a full array of high value benefits from legal help to home office insurance to credit cards all at discounted fees and rates Through the organization s consolidated buying power NASE Members receive significant savings on many products and services from office supplies to website design Members also receive discounts on travel services including rental car fees and hotels Access to a variety of health insurance plans is also available including major medical prescription drug as well as dental and vision plans Legislative Advocacy Through its legislative outreach initiative the NASE gives the self employed a powerful voice on federal legislation affecting small business Key legislative priorities include The Economy and Micro Business Fairness in Tax Compliance Access to Affordable Health Coverage Self Employment Tax on Health Insurance Premiums Improving Our Health Care System Home Office Deduction Simplification Tax Cuts for Small Business Estate Tax Relief Retirement Security Federal Small Business Programs Tax Free

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  • History of The NASE | A Small Business Association
    meet the needs of their customers The association was thrilled to lend support to legislation which would simplify taxes for millions of small business owners and address an unfair tax on health insurance premiums for the self employed Since 1981 the National Association for the Self Employed has offered tools and resources to help America s smallest businesses thrive The NASE is continuing that legacy in its 30th year by launching a new scholarship program Succeed Scholarships to assist entrepreneurs in obtaining the knowledge they need to succeed In today s difficult economy the NASE the nation s leading nonprofit association representing America s smallest businesses is doing its part to support entrepreneurship with the launch of a new annual membership and redesigned website www NASE org offering a more affordable and comprehensive suite of resources and services For the 2010 tax year self employed business owners can have one more deduction to claim their health insurance costs 2010 Created to provide a boost to deserving micro businesses the NASE s Business Development Grant Program presented a 20 000 Achievement Award to one member in recognition of his excellent small business practices and his contribution to local youth health and community development The NASE also celebrated over two decades of helping members send their dependents to college through the NASE Scholarship Program In 2010 the program helped 20 families send their students to college in addition to the recipient of the substantial NASE Future Entrepreneur Scholarship A group of NASE members attended a live taping of a town hall style meeting with President Barack Obama during the summer The association launched a public awareness campaign aimed at policymakers to combat the stereotype that the nation s smallest businesses do not make serious contributions to the economy In fact the self employed represent three quarters of the nation s small businesses and contribute over 1 trillion to the economy The NASE spoke up on a number of issues including worker classification definitions harmful increased reporting requirements passed under the health care law support for the creation of a standard home office deduction and support for a small business bill with tax incentives and increased funding for small business programs Amid the conversations by lawmakers on how to craft health care policy and create jobs the micro business community received a nod from the White House and Congress when the Small Business Jobs and Credit Act H R 5297 became law in September The law included a monumentally important deduction for sole proprietors on their health care costs for 2010 The law also included an increase in the deduction for new businesses from 5 000 to 10 000 The NASE stayed visible in efforts to address a harmful provision set to affect the self employed in 2012 Passed under the health care law was an increased reporting requirement for businesses involving the IRS Form 1099 The Form 1099 reporting system has historically been utilized for payments made to independent contractors Since forty percent of NASE members perform their business s accounting functions on their own they expect the new law to increase the amount of paperwork they do each year by over one thousand percent Following the success of the NASE s Tax Seminar program in 2008 and 2009 in March the NASE s National Tax Advisor Keith Hall held fourteen seminars across the country to share micro business tax strategies and to bring together fellow NASE Members 2009 Tax NASE org is launched streamlining the tax filing process for micro business owners with interactive calculators a Schedule C planning tool and more Created to provide a boost to deserving micro businesses the NASE s Business Development Grant Program continued to flourish and even presented a 30 000 Achievement Award to one member in recognition of the excellent small business practices she employed to catapult her start up venture into a successful business The NASE also celebrated two decades of helping members send their dependents to college through the NASE Scholarship Program In 2009 the program helped 18 families send their students to college in addition to the recipient of the substantial NASE Future Entrepreneur Scholarship President Barack Obama discussed with the NASE how the Administration s economic recovery efforts would benefit entrepreneurs and at a meeting with the President the NASE made sure to mention that micro businesses are still facing difficulties getting access to credit and financing while being crippled by health costs A few NASE Members had the opportunity to visit the White House to listen to President Obama discuss health reform and why it is important to small business and NASE Members from Allentown Pa were invited by the Administration to attend the start of the White House To Main Street tour with President Obama at Lehigh Carbon Community College Members of Congress remain in contact with the NASE for information on helping micro business The NASE spoke up on a number of issues including the likely impact of various health reform proposals on small business owners the need for a reduction in the complexity and amount of tax paperwork and that certain tax incentives should not be allowed to expire An NASE supported Home Office Deduction Simplification Act a bill that would make it easier for home businesses to deduct office expenses by offering a 1 500 standard deduction to eligible taxpayers was introduced in both the House and the Senate in 2009 The NASE supported the introduction of the Equity for Our Nation s Self Employed Act legislation in the House that would eliminate an inequity in the tax code that inhibits the self employed from receiving a full deduction for health insurance costs and the introduction of the Tax Equity for the Self Employed amendment legislation that would allow sole proprietors to deduct as a business expense 50 percent of their health premium costs to the health care bill in the Senate Following the success of the NASE s Tax Seminar program in 2007 and

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  • NASE Governance | Board of Directors | Policies and Annual Reports
    directors all with small business experience The board sets all policy and determines the direction of the association Learn more about the board of directors Information on Governance The National Association for the Self Employed Inc NASE is a Texas nonprofit corporation Texas law governs its internal affairs The NASE discloses information and documents that are required to be made available to the public by applicable law in the manner set out by such law The management of the affairs of the corporation is vested in the board of directors The board believes that the day to day work of the NASE is best handled by management The board recognizes that a director s duties are to act in good faith with ordinary care and in a manner the director reasonably believes to be in the best interest of the corporation The board recognizes that its duty of loyalty to the corporation requires directors to be sensitive to areas of potential conflict of interest When a potential contract or transaction arises with an entity in which a director has a managerial position financial interest or membership interest then the director shall disclose to the board the material facts of the conflict and abstain from voting on the issue If the remaining directors determine that the contract or transaction is fair reasonable and in the best interest of the NASE it may be authorized by those remaining directors The board is committed to an ethical business environment and adopts the following code of ethics and conduct Each member of the board of directors shall Act with honesty and integrity Exercise loyalty to the NASE acting in the best interests of the organization and disclosing any conflicts of interest Adhere to high standards of performance in particular regarding meeting attendance preparedness objectivity

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