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  • Workers' Comp Insurance Decrease Approved by Insurance Commissioner Workers' Comp Insurance Decrease Approved by Insurance Commissioner Lower operating costs are on the horizon for small business owners thanks to North Carolina's Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey.

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  • Small Business Voters: The Reach of Their Influence Small Business Voters: The Reach of Their Influence NFIB encourages small business voters to make their voices heard.

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  • A Look at the Progress on Deregulation A Look at the Progress on Deregulation In a 2017 survey conducted by NFIB, 25 percent of small employers considered regulations a "very serious problem" while another 24 percent said regulations were a "somewhat serious problem."

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  • How Small Businesses Can Sell Products on Amazon How Small Businesses Can Sell Products on Amazon Business owners are cashing in on the online platform's selling power.

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  • North Carolina Small Business Issues

  • Challenges Facing North Carolina Small Businesses in the 2018 Session Challenges Facing North Carolina Small Businesses in the 2018 Session

    Here are some of the issues NFIB will be tackling in next year's legislative session:

    • Repealing the existing tax on services and stopping efforts to expand North Carolina's onerous service tax.

    • Changing the rules so the first $50,000 for businesses grossing less than $400,000 a year is tax exempt.

    • Working with legislators to reduce regulations and bureaucratic red tape to save time and money and ease the burden on small businesses.

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