Contractors, Employees, and Economic Dependence

The dispute over what makes somebody an employee or a contractor continues to escalate. According to a study by Intuit, roughly 25% to 30% of U.S. workers are contingent, meaning they work as freelancers, temps, independent contractors or consultants. New guidance out this…

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Why You Should Move to Australia, Canada, or Austria

Ask people to name some of the best places to live in the world, and you might hear answers like New York, Paris, San Francisco, London or Tokyo. But those cities don’t make it into the world’s top ten most livable cities, as…

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Going Sub-Zero at Your Local Bank

Economists used to say it was impossible for nominal interest rates to fall below zero. If that ever came to pass, they argued, depositors would end up paying banks to keep money in their savings accounts, borrowers would be receiving rather than paying…

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Who Owns Your Photos?

What’s in your phone’s photo galleries? Probably some pictures of your children, a few shots of what you had for dinner at a nice restaurant, maybe you standing in front of the Washington Monument with a silly grin on your face. You might…

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The Award Every Entrepreneur in Northern California Wants to Win

Enphase CEO Paul Nahi, nominated for EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2015 In Northern California, everybody from the food truck guy who sells you a burrito to the most learned Stanford professor calls himself or herself an entrepreneur, which…

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