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NSBA Members Vote on Priorities for 114th Congress

NSBA Members Vote on Priorities for 114th Congress

Following last week’s Small Business Congress, NSBA’s members have voted on the organization’s top 10 priorities for the 114th Congress, and its top priority is corporate tax reform that fairly deals with small businesses.

IRS Announces Delay on HRA Penalties

Last week, the IRS announced a delay in the enforcement of penalties on companies that continue to provide Health Reimbursement Accounts.

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2015 Small Business Congress: McCain, Debt and Health Care

Last week, NSBA held its Small Business Congress in Arizona where small-business leaders heard from business experts, policy insiders and keynote speaker Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.)

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NSBA Survey: Small-Business Outlook Vastly Improved

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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SBA Launches Tech & Innovation Road Tour

The SBA, in conjunction with 11 fellow federal agencies involved in the SBIR and STTR programs, will launch an 18-state SBIR Road Tour starting in March.

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House Passes Permanent Expensing Bill

Last week, the House passed the America’s Small Business Tax Relief Act of 2015, which would make permanent the now-expired enhanced small business expensing limit of $500,000.

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Patent Bill Reintroduced

Last week, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.), introduced the Innovation Act which identical to the previous iteration of the bill which NSBA opposed.

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SBA Seeks Input for Contracting Rule

The SBA is calling for comments to its proposed rule which would change regulations and implement Section 1651 of the 2013 NDAA, which could impact small businesses in the federal market.

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House to Vote on Several Permanent Tax Extenders

Later this week, the House will vote on several bills that would permanently extend now-expired tax provisions including increased section 179 expensing and tax relief for S corporations.

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Small Biz Regulatory Reform Bill Passes House

Last week, the NSBA-supported Small Business Regulatory Flexibility Improvements Act, introduced by House Small Business Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-Ohio) passed the House 260 – 163.

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