NSBA today released the 2013 Mid-Year Economic Report which shows an improved overall economic outlook for America’s small-business owners, among...
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National Taxpayer Advocate Nina E. Olson submitted her mid-year report to Congress which focuses on the impact of expired and expiring tax provisions, the rise in tax fraud and tax-related identity theft, and attempts to limit the National Taxpayer Advocate’s formal input on issues that affect taxpayer rights.
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.
Last week, NSBA’s VP of Public Affairs served as a featured speaker during a webinar for the National Association of Business Economics, discussing how small businesses are faring today as well as their outlook for the coming year.
Last week, the House Small Business Subcommittee on Health and Technology held a hearing on the potential benefits for small businesses that self-insure, held the same week NSBA launched its new self-insured health plan.
The IRS announced last week they will begin allowing small businesses under audit to utilize their Fast Track Settlement (FTS) program in an effort to provide a more timely, less costly way to settle IRS disputes.
The federal government is now in week two of a massive shutdown that is impacting small-business services while Democratic and Republican lawmakers remain far apart in terms of a compromise, even as a bigger problem--the debt ceiling deadline--is just around the corner.
NSBA is joining millions of Americans in expressing disappointment over the government shutdown that began this morning and stands to hamper economic growth and optimism, read the official statement from NSBA President and CEO Todd McCracken.
Earlier this week, the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank released their quarterly Survey of Senior Loan Officers which shows that, while lending terms had eased, larger firms reaped greater benefit than smaller firms.
Economic Outlook Per @NSBAAdvocate: when asked to compare today’s economy with five years ago, 50 percent say it’s better—the highest...