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2015 Mid-Year Economic Report

2015 Mid-Year Economic Report

NSBA today released the 2015 Mid-Year Economic Report which shows a small-business community with a less positive outlook on the overall economy than just six months ago. Regardless, the majority remain confident in their own business with projections of growth in the coming year.

2015 NSBA Small Business Taxation Survey

NSBA today released the 2015 Small Business Taxation Survey which shows growing administrative burdens imposed by the U.S. tax code, specifically: one-in-three small firms report spending in excess of 80 hours per year and more than one-quarter spend in $10,000 annually on the administration of federal taxes alone.

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2015 Year-End Economic Report

NSBA today released the 2014 Year-End Economic Report which shows that today, more small-business owners are anticipating economic expansion in the coming year than at any point in the last seven years.

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NSBA Survey: Pass Spending Bills, Extenders During Lame Duck

NSBA today released a brief survey, “Lame Duck Session Priorities” outlining small-businesses opinions on the key issues facing the remaining days of the 113th Session of Congress as well as general sentiment about Congress.

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NSBA Economic Report: Small-Business Hiring Improves

NSBA today released the 2014 Mid-Year Economic Report which shows positive gains in revenues and hiring as well as improved economic outlook and confidence among America’s small-business owners.

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NSBA 2014 Taxation Survey

NSBA’s 2014 Small Business Taxation Survey provides detailed insight on how America’s small-business community is being impacted by federal taxes, specifically: complexity and inconsistency within the tax code continue to plague small businesses with nearly one-in-three spending more than $10,000 per year on the administration alone of federal taxes.

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2013 Mid-Year Economic Report

NSBA today released the 2013 Mid-Year Economic Report which shows an improved overall economic outlook for America’s small-business owners, among myriad other data.  When compared with five years ago, 40 percent of small-business owners said today’s economy is better off—the highest it’s been in five years.

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2013 Small Business Taxation Survey

NSBA today released the 2013 Small Business Taxation Survey which provides detailed insight on how small businesses are impacted by federal taxes, among the key findings: one-in-four report spending 120 hours or more per year on the administration of federal taxes.

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NSBA Report: Small Business Outlook Not Good

The National Small Business Association (NSBA) today released its 2012 Year-End Economic Report, a snapshot of how small businesses are faring today. The result: small-business owners are feeling less optimistic about the outlook of their own firms and the overall U.S. economy than they did this time last year.

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Small Business Endorses Tax Reform Principles

The National Small Business Association (NSBA) today released its Tax Reform Checklist, which includes nine key principles any serious tax reform proposal ought to include. The current U.S. tax code is wildly complex and inherently unfair to small business, with nearly half reporting they spend more than 80 hours every year on federal taxes alone. […]

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