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    Senior Manager of Legislative Affairs Kate Bonner shared with ABC 7 News - WJLA what small businesses should be aware of when filing for tax returns this year.

    Essentials for planning and saving on taxes in 2015: #download our free ebook.

    Here's what you need to know about filing your small business #taxes this year.

    As you begin to prepare your taxes this year, consult your accountant about whether new and upcoming legislation impacts your business.

    NFIB President and CEO tonight responded to President Obama's annual State of the Union Address in which he called for higher taxes on some Americans without offering any relief to small business owners.

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    Healthcare Solutions: Tax Parity for Insurance -- an NFIB Research CribSheet Differences in tax treatment should not determine whether a person secures health insurance in the workplace or on their own. The current tax treatment of insurance premiums disproportionately tips the scale in favor of employer-based coverage. This tax inequity reflects an ad hoc reaction to World War II-era price controls.

    The 2010 healthcare law originally expanded 1099 reporting requirements in ways that would have imposed enormous costs on small and large businesses. NFIB led a successful fight to repeal the expansion. Businesses still have to file other 1099s, however.

    Beginning in 2010, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) provides certain small businesses with a temporary tax credit to offset a portion of health insurance costs.