National Federation of Independent Business [NFIB] Law and Legal Definition
The National Federation of Independent Business [NFIB] is the largest lobbying organization representing small and independent business owners, including commercial enterprises, manufacturers, family farmers, neighborhood retailers, and service companies. NFIB has offices in Washington, D.C. USA, and in all fifty state capitals. NFIB's purpose is to impact public policy at the state and federal level and functions as a key business resource for small and independent business in the U.S. It also gives it members a stand in the marketplace. NFIB pools the purchasing power of its members and gives members access to many business products and services at discounted costs.
NFIB opposes higher taxes on business and government regulations. At the state level, NFIB works to lower the rates businesses are required to pay for workers' compensation insurance. At the federal level, NFIB works to cut down the federal deficit, blocks efforts to raise employment taxes, and fights to increase the deductibility of health insurance premiums for the self-employed.
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- National Federation of Decency
- National Equal Pay Enforcement Task Force
- National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
- National Energy Conservation Policy Act
- National Endowment for the Arts [NEA]
- National Federation of Independent Business [NFIB]
- National Federation of Paralegal Associations
- National Fire Code
- National Fire Danger Rating System
- National Fire Protection Association
- National Fish and Wildlife Foundation