NSBA Recognizes Pittsburg’s Marilyn Landis for Small Business Advocacy

June 1, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 1, 2015 Contact: Molly Brogan Day 202-552-2904 press@nsba.biz Washington, D.C. — The National Small Business Association (NSBA) today recognized Marilyn Landis, founder, president and CEO of co-owner of Basic Business Concepts, Inc. in Pittsburgh, Pa. as a finalist for the 2015 Lewis Shattuck Small Business Advocate...


New NSBA Survey: Taxes Hamper Small-Business Growth

April 8, 2015

NSBA today released its 2015 Small Business Taxation Survey which shows growing the administrative burden of the U.S. tax code, namely: one-in-three small firms report spending in excess of 80 hours per year on the administration of federal taxes.


NSBA Leadership Testifies on State of Small Business

March 4, 2015

Earlier today, NSBA Vice Chair for Advocacy, Cynthia Kay testified on the state of U.S. small business before the House Committee on Small Business at a hearing discussing how small business is faring and how to improve America’s small-business economy.


NSBA Members Vote on Priorities for 114th Congress

February 25, 2015

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.


Small Business Reaction to State of the Union Address

January 21, 2015

Tonight’s State of the Union Address from President Barack Obama held mixed implications for America’s small business: NSBA applauds the President’s efforts to expand global trade opportunities but is wary of tax reform proposals that leave out the overwhelming majority of small firms.