Did You Know?

The self-employed pay an average of $6,328 per year for family health coverage.*

Because they cannot deduct this as an ordinary business expense, they pay a 15.3 percent payroll tax on their premiums.
*America's Health Insurance Plans (2009)

$6,328 x 15.3 percent =
$968.18 in extra tax

 

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Share Your Story?

Your small-business story will help the coalition show congress why they should act on legislation that would help you save on your taxes.

Tell us what you would be spending your extra savings on and how your business would benefit. 

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Share Your Story

Educate Yourself

After you have shared your story it's time to learn all you can and stay up-to-date on the issues. You can use our news area to view the latest from the coalition members or check out the coalition's testimony on the hill.

Self-Employed?  Learn how you can take advantage of the new one-year self-employment tax deduction on health insurance costs recently passed in the Small Business Jobs and Credit Act. 

Write Congress

An age-old thorn in the sides of self-employed business owners has been the disparity in the treatment of deductibility of health insurance costs.

Now's your chance! Use NASE’s Legislative Action Center to let your representatives know how you feel - and together we can make a difference! 

How Can You Help?
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