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House Passes Tax Relief For American Families Act

On January 31, the House in an overwhelming bipartisan vote of 357-70 vote passed the Tax Relief for American Families Act. We anticipate that the Senate will follow suit and consider the package after the President's Day recess.
Posted on Feb 02, 2024

NASE Celebrates 3rd Year of Historic New Business Starts

In January, data released showed a historic 3 year trend in small business starts with over 16 million new small businesses created.
Posted on Jan 22, 2024

NASE Celebrates IRS Announcement Delaying 1099-K Reporting Requirement for 2023 Tax Season

As a major advocate for bipartisan legislation in Congress to relieve the burden of a new law requiring 1099-K reporting requirements for small businesses and solo-entrepreneurs engaging in the online marketplace, the National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) celebrated today’s announcement by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) delaying the reporting requirement for third-party platform payments for the 2023 tax returns.
Posted on Dec 07, 2023

NASE Calls on Lawmakers to Avert Government Shutdown

NASE joined the 13 leading small business organizations in calling on Congress to avoid a government shutdown, "We collectively represent millions of small business owners and entrepreneurs who stand to suffer severe consequences to their livelihoods in the event of a government shutdown. We urge Congress to take swift action to reach a bipartisan solution to fund the government and avoid a shutdown that would cause unnecessary harm to small businesses that continue to grapple with rising costs and a challenging post pandemic economy."
Posted on Sep 29, 2023

NASE Calls for Congress to Address Full Year Federal Funding

NASE joined the leading small business organizations to call on Congress to fully fund the federal government for FY24.
Posted on Sep 29, 2023

Small Business Organizations Urge Lawmakers to Avoid Adding to Patchwork of State Privacy Laws

In a letter sent to lawmakers this week, the NASE and a collection of small business organizations called on lawmakers to avoid adding to the growing patchwork of state privacy laws that have been passed or proposed in recent years. Further arguing, "these bills carry unintended consequences in the form of burdensome and costly obligations for small businesses."
Posted on Aug 31, 2023

NASE Endorses Two 1099K Related Bills

Today, the NASE announced its endorsement of two bipartisan bills aimed at curbing the new Department of Treasury 1099-K reporting thresholds set to go into effect at the end of 2023.
Posted on Jul 11, 2023

3 Affordable Health Insurance Options You Need to Know About

3 Affordable Health Insurance Options You Need to Know AboutThe cost of health insurance is a challenge for countless small businesses across the country. Expanded tax credits and tax-deductible options can help.
Posted on May 22, 2023

NASE Continues Its Support for Deputy Administrator of the SBA

The NASE continued its support of Dilawar Syed to be Deputy Administrator of the Small Business Administration (SBA). We are eager for the Senate Small Business Committee to expedite his nomination after numerous delays unrelated to the
Posted on Mar 06, 2023

NASE Joins Diverse Small Business Group in Supporting the Bipartisan House Paid Leave Working Group

The NASE joined a diverse group of small business orientated organizations, including Etsy, Eventbrite, Patreon, Pinterest, along with, the USHCC, WIPP, NAWBO, in supporting the bipartisan House paid leave working group.
Posted on Mar 03, 2023

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