On December 1, 2016, the Department of Labor’s new overtime rule is set to go into effect. The new overtime rule will automatically extend overtime pay protections to over 4 million workers within the first year of implementation. Make sure your business is ready!
Join staff from the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), the nation’s leading small business association, on November 16, 2016, at 12 pm ET for a comprehensive webinar, ”Understanding the New DOL Overtime Rule.”
New to NFIB? Get acclimated to your membership in this concise yet comprehensive webinar designed for you! Keeping in mind that time is of the essence for our members, you’ll learn everything you need to know to make the most of your membership in just 10 minutes, followed by Q&A’s. Learn how you can save money and even offset the cost of membership through our preferred provider benefit programs, make your voice heard through advocacy opportunities, network with other NFIB members, and the many other resources available to you as a member.
It’s easy to dream about being your own boss. The tough part is making it happen. This webinar will start you in the right direction. Learn how other professionals made the life-changing move to successful business ownership. Like you, they had questions before taking that first step.
-How local businesses are being found and chosen
-Location based marketing and how to leverage it
-How to create brand loyalty
-How to generate content on social media to engage and retain customers
Which taxes were delayed and what will the impact be for small businesses?
What are the employer mandate mechanics and compliance responsibilities for small, midsize, and large businesses?
What are some of the recently prohibited practices for employee benefits and how can changes be made to come into compliance?
What other deadlines exist this year?
What is the forecast for further changes and relief in 2016?
Apr 29, 2015
New insurance policy requirements, new employer offering and compliance requirements, and new taxes have either been implemented or been administratively delayed. Which requirements have begun? Which requirements have been delayed? When will those delayed requirements actually be implemented?
Oct 22, 2014
In this webinar you will learn about what to do and what not to do during the open enrollment period for health insurance that begins on Nov 15th of this year. Learn about how to shop ON and OFF the government Exchanges and what to do and not do when shopping.
Learn about the NFIB Private Health Insurance Exchange and how if differs from the government Exchange. Educate yourself so you have the right tools and knowledge going into open enrollment.
As the 2016 tax season gets underway, it is important to review some of the significant changes in federal tax law affecting your business that took place in 2015. While the majority of the year was plagued by gridlock, Congress was able to pass a significant tax relief bill that made many expiring tax deductions permanent and extended others for multiple years. However, Congress also made changes to business and employee filing dates and increased some tax penalties.
Join NFIB’s national office, for a discussion on how these significant tax law updates will impact your small business. We will cover the new deductions available to your business, new tax compliance deadlines and penalties, and look at your employer health care responsibilities.
February 19, 2014
Get the legislative outlook for this tax season and learn what you should keep in mind when filing. We'll cover post-Fiscal Cliff changes, new regulations to consider and how to take the simplified home office deduction.
January 15, 2014
The end of 2013 brought about the expiration of many favorable tax credits and deductions. Coupled with the healthcare law, changes depreciating fixed assets and other implications, staying on top of the latest can be a challenge for small business owners who could better spend their time focused on the day-to-day running of their businesses.
Join us for webinar as Sam Taussig, Head of Policy and Community Banking for online lender Kabbage, explains the online lending options available, best practices to find safe online lenders and tools to understand the total cost of borrowing funds when comparing valid lending options.
Running a business is hard work, but getting funding shouldn’t be. Access to working capital is crucial for you to fill cash flow gaps, hire employees, buy inventory or invest in equipment.
With so many lending options available, it can be confusing to determine the right lender – and right time – for funding. Join us as Kathryn Petralia, COO of Kabbage Inc., sheds light on how small businesses can get the funding they need quickly and securely.
What is EMV?
What does it mean to your business?
How does it affect credit card processing?
What is the October deadline?
What you need to do to become compliant.?
Sept 17, 2014
This webinar will provide a detailed yet uncomplicated look at how union organizing has traditionally worked as well as a discussion of how modern day organizing tactics by unions is evolving.
Webinar attendees will walk away with practical information on the Do's and Don'ts if faced with an organizing drive at your business and most importantly some practical tips on how to prevent organizing from ever taking place at your business.
July 16, 2014
If you think intellectual property rights are only for technology companies or large organizations with expansive resources, think again. There are cost conscious, reasonable steps that can and should be taken by independent companies to add value to their business and to protect their creations, particularly in this era of online counterfeits and scams.
August 28, 2013
Get the inside scoop on the top legal issues facing most small businesses and the expert perspective on what to do about them.
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