SelfInformed

September 2013

  • Coworking — The Office of the Future (NOW)

    Sep 04, 2013

    Currently, over 14.5 million people in the U.S. are self-employed. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that by 2020, about 65 million Americans—almost 40 percent of the workforce—will be employed as freelancers, independent contractors, or entrepreneurs. Many will be running businesses from their homes.

  • Ask The Experts: Choosing a Business Type

    Sep 04, 2013

    Filing as an LLC versus a corporation is not simple to answer without additional information. My first comment is that with very few exceptions, I would not operate any business as a bare sole proprietor or general partnership.

  • Collective Success

    Sep 04, 2013

    We provide customized English language courses for international professionals and families living, working, or studying in the Washington, D.C. metro area. We specialize in private tutorials for adults, young adults and children in need of extra support and an individualized approach to language learning.

  • NASE SUPPORTS DELAY IN THE INDIVIDUAL HEALTH INSURANCE MANDATE

    Sep 04, 2013

    In July 2012, the National Association for the Self-Employed supported health care legislation that would delay the individual mandate for one calendar year. This delay would mirror the decision by the Obama Administration to delay the penalty for businesses with 50 or more employees, announced on July 2, 2012, offering parity for all of America’s businesses, big and small.

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